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Pro Paria in Extremis

An interesting place, and one that should be remembered. The Kamikaze is a Japanese phenomena - it... read more

Reviewed 9 April 2016
Nigel G
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Singapore
Historical visit

There's not much except the "altar" that kamikazes used to pray before their mission and a cave... read more

Reviewed 7 September 2015
Alex G
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Chula Vista, California
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May 20, 2018
“Hard to reach tourist site logistically”
May 5, 2016
“It's a memorial and cave”
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Clark Airfield, Clark Freeport Zone, Angeles City, Luzon 2009, Philippines
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Reviewed 20 May 2018

I love WWII stuff, so I made this hard journey to reach this tourist site. The taxi could drop off near it because the roads are closed (gates) near it, so it dropped off on main road and we ventured around gate and walk to...More

Thank Chris W
Reviewed 5 May 2016

A bit difficult to get to, but it is a part of history of the local area. There is an 'air raid' cave next to the memorial, but did not go inside, Just your basic memorial and description plaque (which was quite informative).

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Reviewed 9 April 2016

An interesting place, and one that should be remembered. The Kamikaze is a Japanese phenomena - it demands an absolute sacrifice. The shrine is interesting as is the air raid tunnel next to it. An important part of Japanese history and a relevant part if...More

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Reviewed 7 September 2015

There's not much except the "altar" that kamikazes used to pray before their mission and a cave they used probably to take cover from American bombers. This cave is now filled with water. Still, I could help but feel the intensity and solemnity of the...More

3  Thank Alex G
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