Yushukan War Museum

A political controversy surrounds Yasukuni Shrine because since 1978, fourteen class A war criminals are among the 2.5 million people enshrined at Yasukuni. Furthermore, the visits by several Japanese prime ministers and cabinet members to the shrine since 1975 have been causing concerns regarding a violation of the principle of separation of church and state. Next to the shrine buildings stands the Yushukan, a museum that commemorates and documents Japan's wars from the perspective of the conservative right wing.

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Mosakusha Anarchist Bookstore

Tokyo's only Anarchist bookstore. Yes, the books are in Japanese. But, jesus, who cares? It's Tokyo's only Anarchist bookstore. Well, one of two!

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