Philippine-japanese Friendship Tower
- Address: Gov. J.J. Linao National Road, Bayan ng Bagac, Bataan, Philippines
- Tags: Family And Kids, Tower
The Japan-Philippines Friendship Tower is a historical landmark located in Bagac in Bataan. After years of strife and savagery during World War 2, the Philippines surrendered to Japan to establish friendly ties and in 1975 the Philippine-Japanese Friendship Tower in Bagac was inaugurated. A significant part of the Philippines history, this is one of the top tourist-y spots in Bataan.
Philippine-japanese Friendship Tower Reviews & Ratings
A super nice play for 3 things, 1. Hanging out 2. Observing people 3. Photoshoot Though, it would be better if you add a covered place, a trash can, and a few upgrades with the lighting.
very nice historical place. good relationships with Japan & philippines. God bless our country.
It is there to landmark the intersection. First I thought it is a tsunami warning system that I saw during my trip to many islands. A closed look, it marked the friendship of Japan-the Philippines that is initiated by Buddist communities in Japan, to memorize and pay respect to those who suffered and died during World War II in Bataan. They said Bataan is one of the important harbour and military based for Japanese during that time. Hope the monument consoles the lost and sadness.
A clean place. Very picturesque. Especially the local government added a "bagac" sign letters.
Great landmark. You wouldnt miss the site if you passby.