Japanese Delegates Gain Insights on Peace at Hawaii Conference

June 21, 2007

Japanese participants in the June 17-21, 2007, International Leadership Conference in Honolulu, Hawaii, gained new insights and hope for promoting world peace.


Ambassadors for Peace Forum in Tokyo on Character Education

January 26, 2007

Mr. Robert Beebe recently completed a trip to Tokyo, Japan, to present UPF’s Character Education Initiative to a forum of Ambassadors for Peace on January 26 at the Hotel New Otani. Present at the forum were approximately 20 Ambassadors for Peace, including several professors, religious leaders, social workers, and politicians.


Seminar in Japan for Traditional Leaders

May 7, 2006

A seminar for traditional leaders from Pacific island nations was held in Hiroshima, Japan, May 1-7, 2006, in a very quiet part of the coastal hamlet town of Kure. The city of Kure is a shipbuilding area and it maintains a formidable naval fleet of frigates and submarines. The largest battleship of the Second World War, the Yamato, was built there.


Pacific Island Nations Eye China's Rise

March 23, 2006

Tokyo, Japan - Representatives from 22 island nations gathered in Tokyo at the Asia-Pacific Island Nations Summit, March 19-23, 2006, to discuss ways of partnering to address their common vulnerabilities.


Peace Tour Inaugurates UPF in Japan

October 15, 2005

Tokyo, Japan - For the inauguration of the Universal Peace Federation, Dr. Hak Ja Han Moon spoke to over 50,000 people during 12 packed events in Tokyo, Yokohama, Osaka, Nagoya, Sapporo, Sendai, and other major cities October from 3 to 14.


Y.I. Kim: Could the Reunification of Korea Begin in Japan?

February 1, 2005

The division among Koreans living in Japan is a result of the division of the nation itself, and therefore harmony among them would be the model for the unification of the fatherland. The home nation is divided by a national boundary, but the Koreans in Japan are divided even though there is no boundary separating them. They are free to meet and hold dialogues if they choose to do so. That is why if they could come together in harmony they would show the possibility that their home nation could also break down the national boundary and unite.