|D' Japanese statue on the entrance of the tunnel|
|Signage of D'Japanese Tunnel|
Now, lets proceed inside the tunnel!
|Inside the tunnel|
|The portion of the tunnel where meetings usually took place.|
|A statue of Japanese soldier behind bars|
|Statue of Buddha|
This place used to be the dungeon or the bartolin area where Filipino slaves who defied and fought against the Japanese will get imprisoned until they died. It looked so small but actually, up to 5 persons could fit in in this cage. You could also try to get in for you to feel how uncomfortably dense it is inside.
Japanese Tunnel other facilities:
Aside from being a historical tourist attraction, Japanese Tunnel has a hotel for those people who wanna stay a day longer.There is also a pool and a restaurant.
Entrance fee: PHP 50.00