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Become a Master in Your Chosen Field

Commissioner for Cultural Affairs Ryohei Miyata (former Tokyo University of the Arts president) is the son of a traditional wax casting artist, yet he has earned high accolades for his mastery of the art of metalwork. Toshio Motoya spoke with Miyata, who is renowned for his artwork featuring dolphin forms, about topics including the source […]

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Only Constitutional Revision Will Bring an End to the Postwar Era

Member of the House of Representatives Yoshitaka Sakurada worked as a carpenter while attending college at night, then founded and grew his own construction company. He served on a city council and prefectural assembly before becoming a member of the House of Representatives and then a government minister. Toshio Motoya spoke with Sakurada about topics […]

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The Constitution Must be Revised Twice by 2024

Member of the House of Representatives Yoshitami Kameoka played in the National High School Baseball Tournament when he was a student, then ended up jumping into the world of politics. His fortitude helped him endure multiple election losses, and today he is chairman of the House of Representatives Committee on Education, Culture, Sports, Science and […]

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We Must Put Constant Pressure on the Imperialist China

Formerly a commentator and executive chairman of conservative website Breitbart News, Stephen Bannon helped Donald J. Trump win the election as chief executive of his presidential campaign. Toshio Motoya spoke with Bannon – a holder of unique, distinguished views on world affairs – about topics including inside information about the United States-North Korea summit in […]

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Building a Japanese-Indian Partnership That Contributes to the World

Vibhav Kant Upadhyay came to Japan as an international student. After completing a graduate program at the University of Tokyo, he started the India Center Foundation as his base of activities for continual efforts to help build a new relationship between Japan and India. Toshio Motoya spoke with Upadhyay, who advocates for a Japanese-Indian global […]

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Peace is Something That is Won, Not Wished For

Civilization engineering researcher Yoichi Kusama, who worked in publishing for many years, was awarded the Grand Prize (Fuji Seiji Prize) in the 11th Annual “True Interpretations of Modern History” Essay Contest. Toshio Motoya spoke with Kusama about the mistaken views of history and peace that are rampant in Japan, the dangers facing Japan, and enthusiasm […]

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Fully Perceive the Past and Adapt to the Future

The Republic of Honduras is implementing economic growth and sustainable development policies backed by political stability. It has many sightseeing attractions, including Maya ruins and the world’s second-largest coral reef. Toshio Motoya spoke with Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary H.E. Mr. Héctor Alejandro Palma Cerna about the nation-building vision, expressway plan across the isthmus, public-private development […]

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The World is Reconsidering the Tokyo Trials Historical Viewpoint

Michio Ezaki struck out as a policy analyst two years ago, and has written books on extensive research from the United States and Europe that is critical of the Tokyo Trials-centered view of history. Who did Japan Fight? American Investigations Into Covert Comintern Operations, published in December 2017, was awarded the first APA Japan Restoration […]

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We Should Encourage Young People to Study Abroad

Otsubo Realty President & Chairman Kenji Otsubo first traveled to the United States in the 1960s. Today he is based in New York, where he works in the consulting and real estate industries and is an established member of the American society with an astounding number of personal connections. Otsubo says everything started with his […]

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