Hello, everyone. I'm pleased to meet you. My name is Koji Yabe.
Two years ago. I launched a series of books on Japanese history entitled Rediscovering Japanese History After World War II (published by Sogensha Co., Ltd.). It is still ongoing, and the first book, The Truth of Post-War History by Ukeru Magosaki, has sold as many as 220 thousand copies. Perhaps you have heard of it.
Shortly after this series began, I received an email from a reader, maintaining that the Japanese are on a journey to solve "a great mystery."
I strongly agree with this statement. Since the Fukushima nuclear accident in March 2011, we Japanese have witnessed events in daily life that seem inexplicable.
Why did such an enormous accident occur?
Why are none of those responsible being charged, and why can't the victims receive adequate compensation?
Why have University of Tokyo professors and major press organizations continued to maintain that nuclear power plants (NPPs) are completely safe?