It is important to transmit directly to people in other countries as correct information as possible about Japan.

The leader of the Japan First Party, Makoto Sakurai reported on 25 Oct. 2017 on Twitter that he had been interviewed by BBC.

His Twitter account had been deactivated and the tweet can not be read now.

I sent a reply to the tweet as follows:

I have translated into English your speeches in the Tokyo gubernatorial election in 2016 and  Chief director Mikio Okamura’s speech in Nagasaki  on 9 Aug 2017, and put them on my web site.
Not only Japanese mass media but also foreign mass media are mostly left-wing, and biased coverage is inevitable.
It is important to transmit directly to people in other countries as correct information as possible about Japan.
I made a new web site and decided to practice it.

The main themes of the speeches on my site are as follows:

1. European migrant crisis

Makoto Sakurai’s speech in the Tokyo gubernatorial election in front of the Omori Station East Exit (21 July 2016)

2. Excessive welfare services for the elderly

Makoto Sakurai’s speech in the Tokyo gubernatorial election in front of the Kinshicho Station South Exit (28 July 2016)

3. Prostitutes in the Japanese Military During the World War II: comfort women

Makoto Sakurai’s speech in the Tokyo gubernatorial election in front of the Sugamo Station Front Exit (29 July 2016)

Mr.Sakurai took up in this speech the problem of the Japan Teachers’ Union, too.
The problem of education will be a blind spot for many Japanese, but has serious implications for the politics.
He pointed out this problem and therefore he is excellent.

4. Realizing atomic armament in Japan (Mr. Okamura’s speech)

Mikio Okamura’s speech in Nagasaki (9 Aug 2017)

Hallo, everyone!

I am Mitsuko Nakao.

I translate speeches, for instance, speeches of Makoto Sakurai, the leader of the Japan First Party, from Japanese into English.

He made many speeches in the Tokyo gubernatorial election in 2016.
They are all excellent ones, which capture the essence of problems Japan has.

I decided to translate them into English and put it on a new web site of mine “Speech Collection English Translation”.

If you accessed this, I would be glad.