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This small triangular park pays tribute to an overlooked part of US history and is quite moving. The crane sculpture is beautiful. I had only heard of the Manzanar camp, but all of the other campus were listed along with the number of people held...More
I was walking from one office to the other and I saw these beautiful rocks on what look like an infinity pool. I had no idea what I was looking at and I had a little bit of time so I walked around and into...More
An interesting and nice place. Very nice for reflection. Very interesting monument and well represented and symbolic. A subtle art, but with a strong meaning. Worth the visit! Located close to the Union Station, almost across the street. Would be nice to see with the...More
Japanese Americans served with distinction in the US armed forces during World War II. This tiny memorial understates their contribution and sacrifices. It is neither grand nor garish - it is quite the opposite - but it captures in words etched in stone the debt...More
This memorial is for the Japanese Americans who served as G.I's in WW11 and for there families at home in the U.S. who were detained in 10 camps throughout the U.S. even as their sons were fighting, bleeding and dying for their country. It is...More
If it were not for my checking TripAdvisor for "things to do in DC" recommendations this week, I would likely have never known about this beautiful, moving memorial. Being of Japanese descent, I had done reading over the years about the Japanese internment camps, so...More
It's sad that this memorial was only built in 2002, 57 years after the end of WWII. It's terrible that most americans these days are unaware that the americans of japanese heritage were put into concentration camps during the war, and it's devastating that people...More