About 200 protesters marched through the streets of Tokyo’s Shinjuku district on Sunday carrying banners to protest a hotel chain under fire for books its president wrote denying that the Nanking Massacre in wartime China ever happened.
Tokyo-based hotel and real estate developer Apa Group is at the center of a furor over books by its founder and president, Toshio Motoya, espousing his revisionist views on history and sitting in every room of the company’s 400-plus hotels.
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