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  1. thomas

    Several ministers visit Yasukuni Shrine

    It's the time of the season when tailcoats are spotted at Yasukuni. Last Friday, Minister of Defense Nobuo Kishi, Mr Abe's half-brother, and Minister of Economic Revitalization, Yasutoshi Nishimura, visited the Yasukuni Shrine to pray for Japan's 2.4 million war dead. Yesterday, the Minister...
  2. Yasukuni Shrine

    Yasukuni Shrine

    Yasukuni Shrine (靖国神社) is a Shinto shrine located in Chiyoda, Tokyo. Here, the Yushukan, the museum of the Yasukuni Shrine.
  3. Yasukuni Shrine

    Yasukuni Shrine

    Yasukuni Shrine (靖国神社) is a Shinto shrine located in Chiyoda, Tokyo. Here, a Model C56 Locomotive No.31 from the Thai-Burma Road inside the Yushukan.
  4. Yasukuni Shrine

    Yasukuni Shrine

    Yasukuni Shrine (靖国神社) is a Shinto shrine located in Chiyoda, Tokyo. Here, a Mitsubishi Zero inside the Yushukan.
  5. Yasukuni Shrine

    Yasukuni Shrine

    Yasukuni Shrine (靖国神社) is a Shinto shrine located in Chiyoda, Tokyo. Here, the statue of the kamikaze pilot.
  6. Yasukuni Shrine

    Yasukuni Shrine

    Yasukuni Shrine (靖国神社) is a Shinto shrine located in Chiyoda, Tokyo. It was founded by Emperor Meiji in June 1869 and commemorates those who died in service of Japan from the Boshin War of 1868–1869 through the First Indochina War of 1946–1954.
  7. Yasukuni Shrine

    Yasukuni Shrine

    Yasukuni Shrine (靖国神社) is a Shinto shrine located in Chiyoda, Tokyo. It was founded by Emperor Meiji in June 1869 and commemorates those who died in service of Japan from the Boshin War of 1868–1869 through the First Indochina War of 1946–1954.
  8. Yasukuni Shrine

    Yasukuni Shrine

    Yasukuni Shrine (靖国神社) is a Shinto shrine located in Chiyoda, Tokyo. It was founded by Emperor Meiji in June 1869 and commemorates those who died in service of Japan from the Boshin War of 1868–1869 through the First Indochina War of 1946–1954.
  9. Yasukuni Shrine

    Yasukuni Shrine

    Yasukuni Shrine (靖国神社) is a Shinto shrine located in Chiyoda, Tokyo. It was founded by Emperor Meiji in June 1869 and commemorates those who died in service of Japan from the Boshin War of 1868–1869 through the First Indochina War of 1946–1954.
  10. Yasukuni Shrine

    Yasukuni Shrine

    Yasukuni Shrine (靖国神社) is a Shinto shrine located in Chiyoda, Tokyo. It was founded by Emperor Meiji in June 1869 and commemorates those who died in service of Japan from the Boshin War of 1868–1869 through the First Indochina War of 1946–1954.
  11. Yasukuni Shrine

    Yasukuni Shrine

    Yasukuni Shrine (靖国神社) is a Shinto shrine located in Chiyoda, Tokyo. It was founded by Emperor Meiji in June 1869 and commemorates those who died in service of Japan from the Boshin War of 1868–1869 through the First Indochina War of 1946–1954.
  12. Yasukuni Shrine

    Yasukuni Shrine

    Yasukuni Shrine (靖国神社) is a Shinto shrine located in Chiyoda, Tokyo. It was founded by Emperor Meiji in June 1869 and commemorates those who died in service of Japan from the Boshin War of 1868–1869 through the First Indochina War of 1946–1954.
  13. Yasukuni Shrine

    Yasukuni Shrine

    Yasukuni Shrine (靖国神社) is a Shinto shrine located in Chiyoda, Tokyo. It was founded by Emperor Meiji in June 1869 and commemorates those who died in service of Japan from the Boshin War of 1868–1869 through the First Indochina War of 1946–1954.
  14. thomas

    News Yasukuni head priest resigns over criticism of emperor

    I have always thought the emperor was beyond reproach, but it seems the Japanese right is showing their true colours: the head priest of the controversial Yasukuni shrine stepped down after his criticism of Emperor Akihito was leaked. Newspapers seem to have reported this issue, I haven't seen...
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