I added Japanese History Archives (日本中世史アーカイヴズ) to my links page. It’s a website by a circle researching history. And the editor-in-chief is Lector Shigeo Hosokawa (細川重男). I found that website by seeing Japanese History Archives Web Board (日本中世史アーカイヴズ掲示板), its web board. Continue reading I added “Japanese Medieval History Archives” to my links page.
I added some Japanese blogs below to my links page.
Those are seen on Emmanuel Chanelさんのお気に入りRSS, my rss reader on iza!, the official blog community of the Sankei Shimbun News Paper (産経新聞). It’s a conservative newspaper and some says that it has many mistakes. But it’s only one conservative newspaper among the biggest newspapers.
There would be many RSS readers but I use only Emmanuel Chanelさんのお気に入りRSS on my iza! page.
I renewed this home page and changed it a blog. I don’t have custom to keep diary. So I won’t refresh it often. It sounds bad, heh. I originally made this website as a salon for my Japanese conservative friends. But changing my nick to this, I try to make it also an international website. So I translate my links page into English and this blog is in English. I’ve written some entries on a nucleus system before installing this blog. But I don’t know how to recover them on this blog. So I haven’t entered any logs.
On the net, I’m interested in many stuff. As a conservative Japanese, I want to help conservative people if little. I haven’t helped someone on Wikipedia, though. I like animes, American TV dramas, IRC, and so on, too. As a conservative Japanese, I cannot agree that the Jenin Massacre denial is denialism. When the enemies wearing civilian suits creep into civilians, it’s clear that no armies cannot keep from killing civilians. I learned that in the discussion of Nanjing Massacre denial. (cf. ejcjs – The Nanjing Incident: Recent Research and Trends:) I had some arguments on some IRC channels of Israel about my view of Japanese history and got angry but it’s not integral to accuse Israel of killing civilians. (cf. my introduction on #israel website)