Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force's Akishio submarine sits ashore as part of the JMSDF Kure Museum. Here's a tour of this diesel-electric sub, the museum, and the adjacent 'Yamato' museum.
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After 18 years of service, the diesel-electric submarine Akishio of the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force was decommissioned. Today you can tour it as part of the JMSDF Kure Museum. The adjacent Kure Maritime Museum holds its own attractions, including a 1/10th-scale model of the largest battleship ever built, the Yamato.
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