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No sign of Koreans (Asahi Shimbun)

Report of the research vessel of the Shimane Prefecture Fisheries Research Institute
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[Hamada] The research vessel of the Shimane Prefecture Fisheries Research Institute, Shimane-maru (62 tons), which visited Takeshima, an isolated island of the Sea of Japan, for the first time since the W.W.II on May 28th and cast new light on the Japan-South Korea territorial dispute, crossed the Syngman Rhee Line and visited Takeshima again on the 17th, then the vessel safely returned its home port of Hamada in the afternoon on 18th. The following is a field report by Tsutoshi ARAI, a engineer of the Fisheries Research Institute, who was on board the vessel.

Document title No sign of Koreans (Asahi Shimbun)
Date created (Western calendar) September 20, 1953
Date created (Japanese era) September 20, Showa 28
Author(s) / Editor(s)
Publisher Asahi Shimbunsha
Name of publication Asahi Shimbun Morning Edition (reprint version)
Content An article reporting that, unlike the visit to Takeshima on May 28th, the vessel of Shimane Prefecture landed on Takeshima safely on September 17th and there was no sign of vessels nor fishermen of Korea.
Language Japanese
Public access Open
Repository Shimane Prefectural Library (Japanese Only)New Window
Medium Paper
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Reference No. T1953092000102
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