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Yasukuni Shrine  and mourning the war dead in Japan

Yasukuni Shrine and mourning the war dead in Japan

Yasukuni Shrine, one of the youngest modern Shinto shrines, continues to symbolize the unrepentant Japan with regards to its role in World War II and the obstacle to reconciliation with its neighbours. Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi's repeated visits against all caution and protests left a particularly negative legacy in Japan's regional standing. However, the shrine has been and still is controversial in Japan - a point that receive

 School of Modern Languages & Cultures

 14th March, 2016

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