Kamikaze Grottoes Tours – Hong Kong, China
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The "kamikaze grottoes" are two caves about 20m deep, crudely dug out in the mountain. These tunnels were most likely dug by the Japanese during the occupation of Hong Kong to hide ammunition and kamikaze speedboats to attack incoming enemy vessels. They have never been used for that purpose as the Japanese withdrew from Hong Kong after the emperor surrendered to the US.
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