Ōkunohima is a small, ferry-accessible island in the Sea of Japan. Its role during World War II was key for Japan as it was the home of poisonous gas production. Much of the chemical warfare carried out in main land China stemmed from what was produced in Ōkunohima.
Ruins of a gas production plant
The structure that used to house the power supply for the factory now stands empty.
This museum opened in 1988 to inform others about the role of poisonous gas during the War.
But what is this? It’s not every day that a bunny Wabbit and a Tori gate share a camera frame!