In this three part series, we introduce historical museums in Japan and their role in public education. Following this introduction to peace museums, Ms. Nishino Rumiko, a founder of the Women’s Active Museum on War and Peace (WAM), introduces WAM’s activities and the 2000 Citizens Tribunal on the ‘comfort women’. The final article is by Mr. Kim Yeonghwan, the former associate director of Grassroots House Peace Museum who describes the peace and reconciliation programs that the Museum sponsors.
WMU ScholarWorks Citation
Yoshida, Takashi, "Revising the Past, Complicating the Future: The Yushukan War Museum in Modern Japanese History" (2007). History Faculty Publications. 2.
“Revising the Past, Complicating the Future: The Yūshūkan War Museum in Modern Japanese History.” Japan Focus (http://www.japanfocus.org/). (December 2, 2007). (Refereed) - OA