Japanese Canadian Museum

Japanese Canadian Museum(Kaslo)

Japanese Canadian Museum
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msc_travel2013
British Columbia, Canada132 条分享
2020年8月 • 独自旅游
If you are in Kaslo, stop in and learn through written descriptions and lots of pictures the Japanese Canadian history of the area. Also there is one room that’s a replica of the living conditions during the war. Lots of stairs so not accessible for all.
撰写日期:2020年8月11日
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Boston Elmore
华盛顿38 条分享
2019年11月
The walkthrough, on the upper two floors, is focused on the life inside the camps with stories told through recordings that you can listen to under speaker cones and that was well done. The exhibit could use some attention and some clarification as to where it begins. Unless the visitor is verse with the inexcusable actions that took place during WWII then the exhibit falls short. But it does a better than expected job for a history tour in a repurposed hotel in a small wonderful town.
撰写日期:2019年12月2日
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Pamela A O
Seattle677 条分享
2019年10月
As a Japanese American whose entire extended family was incarcerated during World War II, I was quite interested in seeing this museum, which is really parts of two upper floors of the Langham Cultural Center. The museum has a few explanatory signs but is mostly photos, often accompanied by quotes of Japanese Canadians who were sent to Kaslo, either visual or audio. It was interesting to learn that unlike in the US, there was no barbed wire. On the other hand, the buildings that housed the internees had been more or less abandoned at least two decades before, so were in terrible shape, which must have been very uncomfortable considering how cold the winters are. The internees outnumbered the Kaslo residents by more than 2-1 and after the war, at least a few returned to live in Kaslo. Alas, unlike US JAs, Japanese Canadian internees, post war, had to reither return to Japan or go east. They could not return to western BC. As a result, those who chose to remain in Canada are dispersed throughout that country. All in all, a nice museum on what I assume is a relatively small budget.
撰写日期:2019年10月5日
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Betty P
加拿大Sicamous11 条分享
2019年9月
This site was very well laid out with lots of information, artifacts, and descriptions. The interpreter answered all our questions and was very knowledgeable of this time period. I would suggest that you plan for at least an hour or two to visit all the site and the gardens.
撰写日期:2019年9月5日
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Tom D
Cadboro Bay211 条分享
2018年8月 • 家庭
It a village that did so much locally for Federally interned Japanese during WW2, the focus is in confinement and not on humanity, which was there too. The images are sad but also show healthy, clean, well dressed internees. I wish someone would write a more balanced review of Japanese Intern victims than these dreary lopsided ones.
撰写日期:2018年8月14日
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vpkaffeeklatsch
加拿大Castlegar7 条分享
2017年9月 • 好友
Well I think calling this a Japanese Canadian Museum is a bit of a misnomer. It's an interesting enough display of photographic interpretation of the Japanese Internment in Kaslo set up on the corridor walls and there are a few rooms on the top floor that are set up as displays. None of it is accessible if you happen to be disabled and I expect some of our seniors might find all the stairs a bit of a challenge. The displays are located in the Langham Cultural Centre and the place is a beautiful heritage building in its own right. The ground floor houses gallery space for artists and a small theatre. Beautifully restored building with studios on the upper floors.
撰写日期:2018年5月29日
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Crushed_Tilley_Hat
加拿大Blind Bay129 条分享
2017年6月
It seems everyone today is crying about how they were treated as a group by the citizenry of the day. Well check out this great museum that shows what we did to Japanese Canadians during the second world war. We took their land, their businesses, their homes, relocated them to places like Kaslo and set them up in small communal conditions as part of a work camp scheme. And at the end of the day they carried on to be thriving productive Canadians that should have been far more compensated than some other groups that we hear about all of the time.
撰写日期:2018年2月27日
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Thumper2015
加拿大Kaslo30 条分享
2017年11月 • 家庭
This wonderful old restored building in beautiful downtown Kaslo,bc is used as a museum,it was an internment center for the Japanese during WWll and now used to exhibit different local artists and has a theatre for all kinds of music and plays.The upstairs has offices for many different uses including quilting and massage.
撰写日期:2018年1月21日
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Bruce L
加拿大里士满119 条分享
2017年10月 • 夫妻情侣
Good presentation of the Japanese story in Kaslo. Liked the casual display of photos, interpretation and artefacts on the 2nd and 3rd floors of the nicely-restored Langham Centre.
撰写日期:2017年12月14日
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TobyNewYorkCity
New York City135 条分享
2017年7月 • 夫妻情侣
Kaslo was one of the places that Japanese-Canadians were interned during World War II. This small museum has excellent photos and displays showing this sad history, and reminding us of how easy it is to slip into racism and xenophobia.
撰写日期:2017年8月1日
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