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日本人も捨てたもんじゃないなぁ、と少し誇らしい気分になります。The Naruto German House

「バルトの楽園(日本2006年)」という映画を見ていたので、その実話の資料となる展示物に触れるのは、とてもいい体験となりました。それでも、なぜドイツ兵が日本に捕虜として連れられたのか、今回改めて学んで... read more

Reviewed 23 August 2015
KT1458
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Hyogo Prefecture, Japan
Just a wonderful memorial to a distant time and place.

This is the museum that was built to remember the German prisoners who spent the war years in a... read more

Reviewed 4 May 2018
Dmanosaka
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Osaka, Japan
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55-2 Higashiyamada, Hinoki, Oasacho, Naruto 779-0225, Tokushima Prefecture
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Reviewed 4 May 2018

This is the museum that was built to remember the German prisoners who spent the war years in a camp run by the Japanese government. The museum itself is very well done and includes many samples of the arts and crafts made by the prisoners...More

1  Thank Dmanosaka
Reviewed 5 November 2016

An amazing museum. Very educational and interesting. It was a suprising shock to find this place when i was in the area for a different purpose.

1  Thank clarksm67
Reviewed 25 April 2016

A Japanese friend spent the day showing me the beauty of the island, a famous pottery studio, luncheon at a private club and the remarkable Bando Prisoner Camp and Naruto German house all of which have left an indelible mark on my memory. The story...More

4  Thank Marjory W
Reviewed 23 August 2015

「バルトの楽園(日本2006年)」という映画を見ていたので、その実話の資料となる展示物に触れるのは、とてもいい体験となりました。それでも、なぜドイツ兵が日本に捕虜として連れられたのか、今回改めて学んで驚きました。当時は日本の各地に捕虜収容施設があったようですが、ここまで地元の人と仲良く共存し、自治を尊重された施設は珍しかったのではないでしょうか。たぶん、捕虜と言うと悲しいエピソードが多かったからこそ、この坂東捕虜収容所の歴史が際立ったのだと思いますが、こういう美談もあったのだとすると、日本人として救われた気分になります。展示物を1つずつじっくりと見ていくととても勉強になり、また、自分の無知に反省します。欲を言うと、少しにぎやかさが欲しかったかな。ドイツのグッズなどを売るお店やドイツビールが飲めるスタンドとか、何かライブ感のあるお店なんかがあったらもっとステキなんだけど。でも、建物が美しく、周りの緑もさわやかなので、季節がよければ散策にもいい場所だと思います。隣接する道の駅「第九の里」の物産館は、板東俘虜収容所で実際に兵舎として使われていた建物だそうです。 If you want to know and study a heartwarming story held in Tokushima, Japan just after the end of World War I, it's a good place to visit. That time, there were several POW camps in Japan to keep Germans captured in Tsingtao, China...More

2  Thank KT1458
Reviewed 29 May 2012

If you are a military history buff like myself, you will find the story of the Bando POW camp to be most interesting and ultimately, heart-warming. During WW-I, Germany and Japan were adversaries (yes, Japan actually fought on the side of the allies). The Japanese...More

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