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Japanese media: Fumio Kishida made offerings to Yasukuni Shrine in the name of Japanese Prime Minister

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Japanese media: Fumio Kishida made offerings to Yasukuni Shrine in the name of Japanese Prime Minister




Time: 2021-10-17 07:35:21 Source: World Wide Web

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32 The Japan Broadcasting Association (NHK) announced on the 17th that around the Yasukuni Shrine’s regular autumn festival held from the 17th to the 18th, Fumio Kishida offered sacrifices to the Yasukuni Shrine in the name of “Prime Minister of Japan” on the 17th.


The Japan Broadcasting Association (NHK) reported on the 17th that around the autumn festival held at the Yasukuni Shrine from the 17th to the 18th, Fumio Kishida offered sacrifices to the Yasukuni Shrine in the name of “Prime Minister of Japan” on the 17th.

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According to reports, Fumio Kishida would not personally visit the Yasukuni Shrine during the autumn festival.

The Yasukuni Shrine is located in Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo. The shrine houses 14 class-A war criminals of World War II including Hideki Tojo. For a long time, some Japanese politicians and congressmen have insisted on visiting the Yasukuni Shrine, which has met with strong opposition from many peace-loving people in Japan and the international community, which has also led to tensions between Japan and Asian countries such as China and South Korea.


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