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I’m a Zero Fighter enthusiast so coming here was quite fulfilling.
Being able to come up close and touch a Zero fighter was rewarding enough considering the long trip from Fukuoka.
It would have been good if the videos shown had English subtitles.
Traveled to the museum from Fukuoka on the spur of the moment and it was worth the effort. The main attraction is the restored Zero fighter plane plus there are lots of photos, model planes, world war two pilot uniforms and history of the old...More