Tomohiro Osaki

Tomohiro Osaki is a staff writer in the Domestic News Division. A graduate of Sophia University in Tokyo, he likes to explore under-reported realities of Japanese youth, with a tendency toward the taboo.

For Tomohiro Osaki's latest contributions to The Japan Times, see below:

Renho says she can revitalize Democratic Party

Aug 23, 2016

Renho says she can revitalize Democratic Party

Renho, a front-runner in the Democratic Party’s upcoming leadership election, vowed Tuesday to rebuild the biggest opposition force’s flagging popularity and prove to voters it is capable of more than just picking holes in Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s policies. If she wins the Sept. ...

SEALDs leaves door open for future activities

Aug 16, 2016

SEALDs leaves door open for future activities

A day after the breakup of SEALDs, Japan’s iconic pro-democracy students’ group, members left the door open Tuesday for similar initiatives in the future. As Japan marked the 71st anniversary of its defeat in World War II on Monday, SEALDs, short for Students Emergency ...