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A multilingual site seeking to expose misconceptions and misinformation about wartime sex slavery of colonial women in the Japanese Empire. This organization is committed to educating the public about their perspective on comfort women: that they existed and were systematically enslaved by the Japanese military during WWII.
A website provided by the Cabinet Public Relations office with news, speeches and statements, videos, and policy documents, as well as links. It also contains links to sites on hot topics such as the Senkaku Islands provided by various government and non-profit organizations. Available in several languages.
This site includes a variety of newsletters and other publications, monthly, irregular, and more frequent, with information on government and foreign policy issues related to the Diet. They include 『調査と情報 - Issue Brief -』, 『レファレンス』, 『外国の立法』, and 『調査資料』.
Archival records of the Imperial Diet can be searched and browsed in this database. Full-text searching is not available; only the table of contents and index can be searched by keyword. However full images of documents can be viewed in the system.