Japan marks 22nd anniversary of Tokyo subway sarin gas attack
Japan Today -- Mar 20
Japan on Monday marked the 22nd anniversary of a fatal nerve gas attack on Tokyo's subway.

About 20 Tokyo Metro staff at Kasumigaseki subway station on the Hibiya line held a moment of silence at 8 a.m. to remember two former colleagues who died in the attack. Memorial services were held at five other subway stations.

オウム真理教による地下鉄サリン事件から20日で22年です。現場の一つとなった東京メトロの霞ケ関駅で慰霊式があり、駅員らが黙祷(もくとう)を捧げました。
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