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In the mid-1950s, Britain’s relations with Japan were still fragile in the aftermath of the war and Japanese residents of London felt a strong desire to heal the wounds.

It was against this backdrop that the then-Japanese ambassador’s wife, Fukiko Nishi, set up an organization of Japanese women to improve Anglo-Japanese understanding and relations.

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