Osaka International Peace Center (Peace Osaka)
Peace Museum Preserving the Memories of the Osaka Air Raides
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The Osaka International Peace Center "Peace Osaka" opened in 1991 within the Osaka Castle Park. It's reopened in April 2015 as a peace museum to hand down the Osaka Air Raids to the next generation. They exhibit the materials relating the war experiences focusing on the Air Raids of Osaka people to remember the victims of Osaka Air Raids and hope for peace. There is a Library as well as a Visual Section, where various materials can be checked out including books on wars and world peace, panels and picture-card shows on peace education, and videos. In the Auditorium with a capacity of 250, many events are held such as showings of animations and other movies as well as lecture sessions and concerts.
Location〒 540-0002 2-1 Osakajo, Chuo-ku, Osaka
ClosedMondays, lasts day of the month, days following holidays, New Year holidays (12/28 - 1/4)
*When the day following a holiday or the last day of a month falls on a Sunday, the Center is closed the following Tuesday
Open9:30 - 17:00 (admissions close 16:30)
PriceAdults ¥250, high school students ¥150, children middle school age and under free
DirectionsRoughly a 7-minute walk from Morinomiya Station on the JR Osaka Loop Line and Osaka Metro Chuo Line