- Chiune Sugihara Sempo Museum
Chiune Sugihara Sempo Museum
The true story of Chiune Sugihara's bravery as told by the "Life-saving Visas"
During World War II, Central and Eastern Europe were roiled by the persecution of the Jewish people. One Japanese diplomat put his own life on the line to help a great many fleeing Jews in Lithuania. His selfless act of issuing transit visas in defiance of his government's orders is sure to move all who witness it. The museum serves as an archive of historical records on the Holocaust that are on display, including notes taken by Chiune Sugihara as well as video screenings.
- Sagami Building 2F,2-7-9, Yaesu, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
- Web Site
- an three-minute walk from Kyobashi Station Exit A8 on the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line
- Open Hours
- Day Off
- Mondays and Tuesdays (the following day is taken off if a national holiday falls on one of these)
- Adults: 500 yen / Junior and senior high school students: 300 yen / Elementary school students and younger are free
- Credit cards
- Special Notes
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