This is a joint project of the Nippon Foundation and the Sasakawa Peace Foundation, in collaboration with the Government of Manipur, the Manipur Tourism Forum and the 2nd World War Imphal Campaign Foundation. It showcases both the war era and the post-war period in Manipur. It is a place of pilgrimage for Japanese tourists.
A game called sagol kangjei is played in Manipur and the chiefs of different tribes used to enjoy too. People say that the well known sport polo originated from this game.
Dzuko valley, Barak waterfalls, Phangrei, Bunning meadow, Zeilad lake are some beautiful tourist attractions of Manipur state. Rhododendrons, poppies and primroses flowers are found in Manipur. Some popular dishes of Manipur to try out for are 'Sana Thongba', 'Chahou Kheer', 'Madhurjan Thongba','Singju' and 'Khamen athoomba ashinba'.
Visit Manipur, Go Green !!