Suiheisha History Museum
["Let there be warmth in human society,let there be light all human beings" We will keep sending to the world.]
"Let there be warmth in human society, let there be light in all human beings" The Founding Declaration of the Zenkoku Suiheisha, which was proclaimed at the Founding Congress of the organization on 3 March 1922, has received high acclaim as the first declaration of human rights in Japan as well as the first declaration of human rights issued by minority people who had been subject to discrimination. The creation of the Zenkoku Suiheisha was initiated by the young men in Kashihara, Gose City, Nara Prefecture. Regarding the place, Kashihara, as "the homeland of human rights" in Japan, the Suiheisha History Museum has communicated the history of the Suiheisha Movement and the spirits of the predecessors who have challenged discrimination since its establishment in 1998. In 2015, the Suiheis
1.2km on foot from JR Wakigami Station. About 10 minutes by Taxi from Kintetsu Kashihara-Jingu-Mae Station. About 10 minutes by Taxi from Kintetsu Gose Station.
- Postal Code
- 235-2 Kashihara,Gose City,Nara 639-2244 Japan
- 10:00-17:00 (Last entry is until 16:30)