Articles by Rumi Sakamoto« Back to list
Rumi Sakamoto is a senior lecturer in Japanese Studies at School of Asian Studies, The University of Auckland, New Zealand. She is a co-editor (with another Japan Focus author Matt Allen) of Popular Culture, Globalisation and Japan (Routledge, 2006). Her current research is on Internet nationalism and culinary globalisation.
The Flawed Japan-ROK Attempt to Resolve the Controversy Over Wartime Sexual Slavery and the Case of Park Yuha
‘China Threat Theory’ Drives Japanese War Legislation
The True Origins of Pizza: Irony, the Internet and East Asian Nationalisms−−
'Koreans, Go Home!' Internet Nationalism in Contemporary Japan as a Digitally Mediated Subculture
Sushi Reverses Course: Consuming American Sushi in Tokyo−−
"Will you go to war? Or will you stop being Japanese?" Nationalism and History in Kobayashi Yoshinori's Sensoron
"Hating 'The Korean Wave'" Comic Books: A sign of New Nationalism in Japan?