The 3rd Special Exhibition:

Korean “Comfort Women” Abandoned

[ April 29, 2006 – November 12, 2006 ]

An exhibit that brings light to the to the reality of abandonment as experienced by Korean “comfort women”. The exhibition shows the structure of colonial rule and conveys the severe damage that continued even after the war had ended.

1. Korean “Comfort Women” and the Structure of Japan’s Colonial Rule of Korea
2. The Struggle and Life of Song Shin-do (former “Comfort Woman” and Korean resident living in Japan) in the Words of Cyu Su-ja (Support Committee for former “Comfort Women” that are also Korean residents in Japan)
3. Discovering the Damage Inflicted upon Pak Yong-sim (former Comfort Woman) -The Comfort Women of North Korea
4. A 60-year History of the Korean Women’s Struggle

:: Catalog
WAM Catalog 2 on WAM’s 3rd Special Exhibit: Korean Comfort Women

Museum Hours

Wed - Sun 13:00 - 18:00
Closed on Monday, Tuesday and public holidays including yearend. We are closed during the changing of exhibitions.


18 yrs and over: JPY500
13 - 17 yrs: JPY300
12 yrs and under: Free


2-3-18 Nishiwaseda,
Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 169-0051
AVACO.bld 2F
Tel: +81 (03) 3202 4633
Fax: +81 (03) 3202 4634
E-mail: wam@wam-peace.org

WAM was a recipient of the Pax Christi International Peace Award in 2007.
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