National Socialist Japanese Workers Party
|German name||Nationalsozialistische Japanische Arbeiterpartei|
|International affiliation||World Union of National Socialists|
The National Socialist Japanese Workers Party (国家社会主義日本労働者党 Kokka Shakaishugi Nippon Rōdōsha-Tō), also known in German as Nationalsozialistische Japanische Arbeiterpartei (NSJAP), is a small Japanese Neo-Nazi political party led by Kazunari Yamada.
The party maintains a website and a blog which includes praise for Adolf Hitler and the September 11 attacks. The insignia resembles a swastika and a Celtic cross.
The party made its first protest in 1988 targeting Israel's embassy to Japan as well as the Jewish community in Japan. Throughout the early 1990s, members of the party assembled posters with swastikas calling for the expulsion of foreign workers from Japan. The founder, Yamada, was interviewed by Vice for a documentary on uyoku dantai in Japan.
On 9 September 2014, pictures of Yamada, a Holocaust denier, with Sanae Takaichi and Tomomi Inada from 2011 surfaced online. Both Takaichi and Inada acknowledged being in the pictures, but denied supporting the party. The photos have since been taken down from the party's website as of 13 October.
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