Hidden in an estate in Hougang is the largest Japanese cemetery in Southeast Asia. The sprawling park contains nearly 1,000 graves of Japanese civilians in Singapore. Established in 1891 as a burial ground for Japanese women brought here for prostitution, other civilians during the pre-war days were also buried here. The memorial park also holds the ashes of Japanese soldiers, marines, airmen as well as war criminals who died or were executed here during the war.
Japanese Cemetery Park
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