March in Tokyo for Restoration of Honor of Japanese Women Called "Pan-pan Girls" Who Served as Sex Slaves for U. S. Forces
Announcement of May 18 Demonstration
The Tokyo Chapter of Zainichi Tokken o Yurusanai Shimin no Kai ("Zaitokukai") will hold a demonstration march as shown below to protest against the United States of America, which has paid no attention to the Japanese women compelled to provide sexual services for GI's during the post-World War II period, while accusing Japan based on the "comfort women" story fabricated by Korea.
We believe that those in the American media have the responsibility to report the past mistake of the United States to the world and to encourage their government to expiate for it.
News reporters who deliver our claims throughout the world will be welcome.
1. Demonstration Name: March in Tokyo for Restoration of Honor of Japanese Women Called "Pan-pan Girls" Who Served as Sex Slaves for U. S. Forces
2. Date: Sunday, May 18, 2014 at 12:00
3. Place: Rensei Park, 6-11-19, Sotokanda, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
NOTE: Advance permission is required for on-site interviews. In order to apply for permission or require additional information, please contact the Public Relations Office of Zaitokukai in the Japanese language on http://www.zaitokukai.info/modules/inquirysp/index.php?op=2.