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The Center of the Tokyo Raids and War Damage is Tokyo only museum dedicated to the infamous Tokyo air raid on March 10, 1945.While grand museums and memorials have been built in Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Tokyo has not built any substantial museum.
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From Akihabara Station, go to bus stop 2 and take the No. 26 bus (bound for Kasai Station). Get off at "Kita-suna itchome."Open 12 noon–4 pm, closed Mon. and Tue. Adult admission ¥300. tokyo-sensai.net Address: 〒136-0073東京都江東区北砂1丁目5-4
Phone: 03-5857-5631
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This museum opened in March 2002 with the help of donations. Mother and Child statue
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The museum is operated by the Association to Record the Tokyo Air Raid.
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Map showing the number of victims in this area of Tokyo (Koto, Sumida, Taito wards).
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Model of an fire bomb.
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How the fire bombs worked.
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Piano bearing the scars of the bombing.
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Display cases
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How the war started and expanded.
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Start of the Pacific War with the bombing of Pearl Harbor.
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Early air raids on Tokyo in 1942 and 1944.
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The March 10, 1945 air raid killed over 100,000, mostly helpless and defenseless civilians.
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Mini theater for a short film.
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Reading corner
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Location of John Manjiro's house in Koto-ku, Tokyo. It's now a school. Manjiro was one of the first Japanese to visit the US.
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Sign at the location of John Manjiro's house in Koto-ku, Tokyo. He served as an interpreter and translator for the Shogunate when Commodore Matthew Perry arrived in Japan in 1853.
   
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