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タイトル: War Memory, War Responsibility, and Anti-War Pacifism in Director Miyazaki's The Wind Rises (Kaze Tachinu)
著者: Akimoto, Daisuke
Soka University Peace Research Institute Assistant Professor
キーワード: Asia Pacific War
anti-war pacifism
memory of war
war responsibility
発行日: 3-Jul-2014
出版者: 創価大学平和問題研究所
抄録: The latest Miyazaki animation film, The Wind Rises (Kaze Tachinu) animated by Studio Ghibli Japan, released on 20 July 2013, illustrates a ‘difficult time to live’ during which the Japanese people suffered from the Great Kanto earthquake that killed 10,000 people, worldwide economic depression that resulted in high unemployment rates, and the following Second World War. Director Miyazaki stated that the film does not attempt to ‘denounce’ war or to beautify the Japanese Zero Fighter plane, but to portray a Japanese young man who chased his dream and cherished his love despite the difficult age he lived in. Although Miyazaki might have intended to make an apolitical animation, his viewpoint on Japan's involvement in the Asia Pacific War is that ‘It was wrong from the beginning’ but also ‘useless to blame Jiro for it’. The film The Wind Rises, furthermore, has a clear message for the Japanese constitutional revision debate, especially the revision of Article 9. This paper reviews this animation film as a last will of Director Miyazaki in the light of war memory, war responsibility, as well as Miyazaki's anti-war pacifism.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10911/4018


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