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DAVAO CITY | D' JAPANESE TUNNEL FAMILY RESORT

Although there are several tunnels in Davao, the most famous is the one of the D' Japanese Tunnel Family Resort.


Accidentally discovered during the national highway's construction in the 1960's, this manmade hideout is said to be built in 1942.  The legend of the Yamashita treasure seduced many treasure hunters to Davao, particularly in Mintal, Tugbok District (now declared as the Japanese Heritage Site of the City), where hiding places for the war loots were supposedly buried deep underground within numerous foxholes and crisscrossing tunnels built by soldiers and prisoners of war.

Many stories curiously thrive about this tunnel, which officially opened in 2001.  It is said to have connecting underground passageways to Samal Island, the foothill of Mount Apo and other areas.

The Japanese Tunnel that is open to the public is not that long (only about 300 meters) because the rest of the tunnel goes beyond the property of the proprietors.

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HOW TO GET THERE
The Resort is easily accessible by public or private transportation, and is only about 20 minutes drive from downtown city proper.

Entrance Fee: Php 100.00 per person

CONTACT DETAILS
Matina Balusong Street
Hillcrest Subdivision
Matina Crossing Talomo
Davao City
Telephone Nos.: (+63 82) 299 0975 | 298 3705

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