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The 10 Koreans, the survivor and those who died in battles in the Pacific theater in World War II, were enshrined in April and October of 1959, based on information provided by the then Ministry of Health and Welfare, the predecessor to the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare, according to the ruling.
Among the roughly 5 million annual visitors to the shrine, according to its tally, are apparently many people like Nakamura who, without any nationalistic sentiment, go there to enjoy the seasonal events of a large shrine, aside from the people -- including bereaved families and politicians -- who go to pray for the war dead enshrined there.
Kawabata said he discovered that his mother had been enshrined at Yasukuni when he made an inquiry to the shrine in 2006.
Takenaka said at a news conference on Tuesday that he has made private visits to the shrine in the past because his great-grandfather is enshrined there.
Winners' names are enshrined at two locations, at the foot of an obelisk in Warner Center Park in Woodland Hills and at the base of a statue in the Van Nuys Civic Center Mall.
The WWII battleship USS New Jersey, enshrined as a memorial and floating museum in Camden, New Jersey, was recently fitted with Comdial's latest telephone equipment.
A South Korean group opposed to Japan's war-related Yasukuni Shrine said Wednesday that 10 South Koreans will file a lawsuit with the Tokyo District Court later this month, demanding the Shinto shrine remove the names of their relatives from its list of people enshrined there.
Since 1978, it has also enshrined seven Class A war criminals tried and hanged after World War II, including wartime Prime Minister Gen.
The anarchic tykes of ``South Park'' will likewise be enshrined in a museum event March 3 featuring creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone as well as other behind-the-scenes talents.
Amnesty International is a worldwide campaigning movement that works to promote all the human rights enshrined in the "Universal Declaration of Human Rights" and other international standards.
The original image is enshrined at the Basilica of Guadalupe in Mexico City to commemorate the Virgin Mary's appearance to Juan Diego, a poor Indian, in 1531.
We hope that this is an effective way to support Amnesty in their positive work to promote human rights enshrined in the Declaration of Human Rights.