The poising Kamikaze Shrine is a quick stop-over for a historic idea that draws people especially Japanese tourists as it lies on the central facade of the leading Japanese airfield during the World War II. It’s beyond undeniable that this shrine left a mark in our history during the WWII. The isolated figure of Kamikaze is secured by a gate which was built by the courage of young pilots who fought in the historic war back then. This marker is also a proof of the shared peace and long-told history between the Philippines and Japan.
Prince Balagtas Ave, Clark Freeport, Mabalacat, Pampanga
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