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NO.052 Many of the bereaved families of World War II want to refuse enshrinement at Yasukuni Shrine. However, Yasukuni Shrine does not allow this. To not allow the denial of enshrinement is to make the people a national sacrifice. ・・・Theme label: Japan's Yasukuni Shrine worships the war dead as a god. Yasukuni Shrine does not allow the bereaved families of war dead to refuse this.

Enshrinement means that the Japanese Yasukuni Shrine enshrines the war dead as a god. In the Great Japanese Empire during World War II, it was reported that Japanese people loved Japan, died fighting to protect Japan, and were beaten by Yasukuni Shrine, which was a joy for soldiers. The bereaved families were honored, and the bereaved family was provided with a large survivor pension. However, I have heard that many surviving bereaved families have asked the Yasukuni Shrine to refuse the enshrinement of the families who died in the war. It would have been no joy for Japanese soldiers to die in the war and be enshrined at Yasukuni Shrine. The soldiers died of pain. The bereaved knew the resentment of the war dead. So the bereaved family continued to demand Yasukuni Shrine to refuse enshrinement after the war. However, Yasukuni Shrine will never allow refusal of enshrinement. When I heard this, I realized the fear that my spine would freeze, although it was li