Okinawa Prefectureal Peace Memorial Museum
(Peace Memorial Museum)
Itoman-shi, Okinawa, Japan
The Okinawa Prefectureal Peace Memorial Museum 沖縄県立平和祈念資料館 (Okinawa Kenritsu Heiwa Kinen Shiryōkan) opened on June 11, 1975. The museum covers the history of the Battle of Okinawa including exhibits, relics and photographs presented in Japanese with some English language signs and translations. The museum also covers the post war history of the American military occupation of Okinawa.
Cornerstone For Peace
Black marble walls with the names of all who died in the battle including Japanese, Americans and other nationalities.
War Memorial to Koreas
Shaped like a turtle shell, the War Memorial to Koreans is dedicated to the Korean conscripts who died in the Battle of Okinawa.
Okinawa Peace Hall
Houses a 40' tall Buddha, peace bell, monument and meditation forest.
Cemetery & National War Dead Peace Mausoleum (Mabuni no Oka)
A memorial park with a pathway almost a mile long around Cornerstone For Peace markers overlooking the sea.