The POW Research Network Japan was inaugurated in March 2002, and with about 80 members inside and outside the country, carries out research and studies on the Allied POWs, civilian internees, war criminal trials, etc.
The objective of the Rekishi Kaido project is to provide people in and outside Japan with a facility to access a wide variety of historic cultural resources in and around the Kansai region by designating the main route and several theme routes. Cooperatio
The Japan‐Sakhalin Association (日本サハリン協会) is a nonprofit organization that provides support for Japanese residents who remained on Sakhalin and helps families with travel costs and living expenses in Japan.
The POW Research Network Japan was inaugurated in March 2002, and with about 80 members inside and outside the country, we have carried out researches and studies on the Allied POWs, civilian internees, war criminal trials, etc. by helping one another. In
The Shibusawa Memorial Museum collects and displays documents and artefacts from the life of Shibusawa Eiichi, a leader in business and finance who fostered the growth and development of the modern Japanese economy. Adjoining the main museum building is t
Official website of the All Japan Federation of Karafuto (全国樺太連盟). Karafuto Prefecture (樺太廳, Karafuto-chō, commonly known as South Sakhalin) was a prefecture of Japan located in Sakhalin from 1907 to 1949. Karafuto became a territory of the Empire of Japa
Arts and People of Ancient Jomon - Rediscovering through the images from "Jomon Museum" by Tadahiro Ogawa: this blog is to introduce Jomon culture to non-Japanese-speaking people, by means of a book of photographs. "Jomon Museum," by Tadahiro Ogawa, which