Suiheisha History Museum
- NEWS (24 May 2016)
gSuiheisha and Hyeongpyengsa ? the records of cross-border solidarity between the
minorities who had been discriminated againsth
The historical records of the exchanges between the two organizations were inscribed to the UNESCO gMemory of the World Regional Register for Asia/Pacific in 2016.
- NEWS (8 January 2016)
The Suiheisha History Museum became the first institution in Japan that joined the FIHRM (Federation of International Human Rights Museums).
98 institutions in the world are members of the FIHRM.
(List of the members of the FIHRMFhttp://www.fihrm.org/about/partners-supporters.html)
- Free of Charge Admission for Visitors from Specific Prefectures on the Anniversaries of Prefectural Suiheisha
- Thank you for your support and cooperation for our efforts to seek for the inscription in the UNESCO Memory of the World Register. (24 September 2015)
Although the words such as "Eta", "Hinin" and "Special Buraku" have been used with discriminatory connotations, they appear in the materials and explanations in the Museum as the historical terms that would help you understand the discriminatory situations in the period.