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A memorial to a sea captain killed in the Japanese battleship Nagoya has been inaugurated by Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe today as he paid tribute to the hero of the invasion of Japan during World War II.
Abe, 광주안마who received the medal before a military audience, said he had known the man since childhood and they had lived together in Hawaii.
“I came across him while I was in Hawaii, and I knew him from playing rugby with my friends,” Abe told reporters, noting the ceremony.
“My parents were in Hawaii at the time, and my brother, who was then just eight years old, was born there.”
When they began a sea trip, they were picked up by an Army convoy, as there was trouble in Okinawa, he said.
“I think our parents had to flee Okinawa in the late 1940s. I was born before the Korean War. I didn’t know what a war was until it happened.”
The family was in Hawaii at the time of the disaster and Abe said a large number of Japanese family members and Japanese expatriates had made a pilgrimage to Hawaii to visit the man and his family.
He said the ceremony, which is expected to last over three hours, would be attended by 200 of the sea captains who served in Pearl Harbor, including the commander, naval architect and surveyor-general.
On 28 April 1945, the Japanese warship Nagoya was sunk by a torpedo attack. The sea captain, who was killed, was the son of a retired admiral and was a regular member of his family.
The navy is investigating the fate of the dead sailor.