Publications
  • Museum catalog

    『Shashin de miru Zainichi Korean no 100-nen (100 Years of History in Photographs)』(Akashi Shoten, 2008)
    *A4, 160p, Text in Japanese with some text in Korean

  • Contents

    <Japan colonial period>
    1. The First Generation of Koreans in Imperial Japan
    2. February 8th Declaration of Independence
    3. The Great Kanto Earthquake Korean Massacre
    4. Surviving in Japan
    5. Daily Life Before Liberation
    6. Leading the Social and Labor Movements
    7. Forced Mobilization
    8. The Insanity of Education for Molding Loyal Imperial Subjects

    <After liberation>
    9. The Great Joy of Liberation and Return
    10. Korean Ethnic Pride
    11. Ethnic Education ― Giving the Korean Language Back to the Children
    12. Control and Oppression
    13. Partition of the Korean peninsula and the Korean War
    14. Unemployment, Poverty, and Life at the Bottom of Society
    15. Repatriation to North Korea
    16. Calls for the End of Discrimination
    17. The Anti-Fingerprinting Campaign
    18. Zainichi Koreans Active in Japanese Society
    19. Cultures and Customs Passed on from Generation to Generation
    20. Family Portraits

    Chronological table of 100 years
  • Museum guidebook (Japanese)

    『100-nen no Akasi (100 Years of History)』(2020)
    *B5, 28p, Text in Japanese

  • The First Generation of Koreans in Imperial Japan
    February 8th Declaration of Independence / Leading the Social and Labor Movements
    The Great Kanto Earthquake Korean Massacre
    Surviving in Japan
    Daily Life Before Liberation
    Forced Mobilization
    The Insanity of Education for Molding Loyal Imperial Subjects
    The Great Joy of Liberation and Return
    Korean Ethnic Pride
    Ethnic Education -Giving the Korean Language Back to the Children
    Control and Oppression
    Unemployment, Poverty, and Life at the Bottom of Society
    Calls for the End of Discrimination
    The Anti-Fingerprinting Campaign
    Zainichi Koreans Active in Japanese Society
    Cultures and Customs Passed on from Generation to Generation
    Family Portraits
    Chronological table of 100 years
  • Museum guidebook (Korean)

    『100-nyeon eui Yeoksa (100 Years of History)』(2020)
    *B5, 28p, Text in Korean

  • The First Generation of Koreans in Imperial Japan
    February 8th Declaration of Independence / Leading the Social and Labor Movements
    The Great Kanto Earthquake Korean Massacre
    Surviving in Japan
    Daily Life Before Liberation
    Forced Mobilization
    The Insanity of Education for Molding Loyal Imperial Subjects
    The Great Joy of Liberation and Return
    Korean Ethnic Pride
    Ethnic Education -Giving the Korean Language Back to the Children
    Control and Oppression
    Unemployment, Poverty, and Life at the Bottom of Society
    Calls for the End of Discrimination
    The Anti-Fingerprinting Campaign
    Zainichi Koreans Active in Japanese Society
    Cultures and Customs Passed on from Generation to Generation
    Family Portraits
    Chronological table of 100 years
  • Museum guidebook (English)

    『100 Years of History』(2019)
    *B5, 28p, Text in English

  • The First Generation of Koreans in Imperial Japan
    February 8th Declaration of Independence
    Leading the Social and Labor Movements
    The Great Kanto Earthquake Korean Massacre
    Surviving in Japan
    Daily Life Before Liberation
    Forced Mobilization
    The Insanity of Education for Molding Loyal Imperial Subjects
    The Great Joy of Liberation and Return
    Korean Ethnic Pride
    Ethnic Education -Giving the Korean Language Back to the Children
    Control and Oppression
    Unemployment, Poverty, and Life at the Bottom of Society
    Repatriation to North
    Calls for the End of Discrimination
    The Anti-Fingerprinting Campaign
    Zainichi Koreans Active in Japanese Society
    Cultures and Customs Passed on from Generation to Generation
    Family Portraits
  • Record of Museum Lectures

    『Chōsen kingendaishi kara Nihon o tō (Rethinking Japan through the modern history of Korea)』(2015)
    *A4, 145p, Text in Japanese

    1. The resistance to Japan・Donghak Peasant Revolution, Concealen Extermination Operation by the Japanese army -On the 120th anniversary of the First Sino-Japanese War-
      Katsuo Inoue (Professor Emeritus, Hokkaido University)

    2. About the Assassination of Empress Myeongseong
      Mun-Ja Kim (Historian, author of “The Russo-Japanese War and the Korean Empire”)

    3. Chōsen(Korean) view of Ryotaro Shiba in the “Clouds Above the Hill”
      Akira Nakatsuka (Professor Emeritus, Nara Women's University)

    4. The Great Kanto Earthquake Korean Massacre from the perspective of Japan-Korea relations -beyond one national history-
      Duk-sang Kang (Emeritus Professor, University of Shiga Prefecture)

    5. Thinking about the relationship between Japan and the Korean Peninsula from the perspective of "war"
      Chang-U Shin (Hosei University)
  • Record of Museum Lectures

    『Chōsen kingendaishi kara Nihon o tō 2 (Rethinking Japan through the modern history of Korea 2)』(2018)
    *A4, 132p, Text in Japanese

    1. Asian view of modern Japanese
      -Focusing on Sokichi Tsuda's view of China and Korea-
      Sungsi Lee (Waseda University)

    2. Rethinking the East Asian community concept
      -Based on Ahn Jung-geun's "On Peace in East Asia"-
      Hiroyuki Ogawara (Doshisha University)

    3. Colonial rule of Imperial Japan and the Korean Railway
      Jae-jung Chung (Professor Emeritus, Seoul City University)

    4. Why could not the first generation of Koreans in Japan read characters
      -Colonial education system from a gender perspective-
      Puja Kim (Tokyo University of Foreign Studies)

    5. Koreans in Imperial Japan and Maintenance of the Public Order Act
      Naoki Mizuno (Professor Emeritus, Kyoto University)
  • Record of Museum Lectures

    『Higashi ajia no naka no ni-hachi dokuritsu sengen: Wakamonotachi no deai to yume (February 8th Declaration of Independence in East Asia : Young people's encounters and dreams)』(Akashi Shoten, 2020)
    *Shi-roku(127×188), 224p, Text in Japanese

  • Introduction: Historical significance of the February 8th Declaration of Independence in East Asia
    Sungsi Lee (Director, The History Museum of J-Koreans)

    1. Reconsideration of the February 8th Declaration of Independence: Beyond the "Occasion" of the March 1st Independence Movement
    Yasteru Ono (Kyushu University)

    2. Korean students in Japan after the February 8th Declaration of Independence: Struggle against "assimilation" and "Japan-Korean integration(Naisen-yuwa)"
    Youngmi Bae (The Independence Hall of Korea)

    3. Christianity in the February 8th Declaration of Independence and March 1st Movement: Distance between "signer of declaration of Independence" and "church"
    Motokazu Matsutani (Tohoku Gakuin University)

    4. "Cooperation" between Taiwanese and Korean student in Tokyo: Anti-colonial movement seen from "Ajia Koron"
    Hsufeng Chi (Waseda University)

    5. "February 8th Declaration of Independence" and "March 1st Independence Movement" seen from the May 4th Movement: from the point of view of Chinese history
    Shiro Onodera (Saitama University)

    6. Reverberation of the March 1st Independence Movement: from the perspective of history of Zainichi Koreans
    Younghwan Chong (Meiji Gakuin University)

    Discussion
    Host: Sungsi Lee
    Panel: Yasteru Ono, Youngmi Bae, Motokazu Matsutani, Hsufeng Chi, Shiro Onodera, Younghwan Chong

    Reference data
    February 8th Declaration of Independence (Korean, Japanese)
    Photograph: February 8th Declaration of Independence (Chinese, English)