|Above, the Hario Towers, which transmitted the coded message to the |
Japanese fleet to launch the Pearl Harbor attack. Photo by Armand Vaquer.
A new magazine has been introduced in Japan called Dark Tourism, which focuses on less conventional sites for visitors to Japan.
According to Inside Japan Tours:
For many people planning a holiday to Japan, sacred shrines, geisha tea rooms and sushi restaurants are high on their list of travel priorities, but another side to tourism in the country is emerging.
Dark tourism refers to visitors who would prefer to see go and see less conventional sites and therefore gain a different insight into Japan's history.
These may include nuclear reactors, leprosy islands and landmarks relating to conflicts such as the second world war.
A new magazine entitled Dark Tourism has been published in Japan to shed light on such places and highlight the value of visiting them.To read more, go here.