We’re back with some rad interviews from Japan! O.K. had the immense pleasure of interviewing Yang Chun Ahsiang (of Amateur Riot) and Nia Moineau (of A3BCollective) about radical protests, art, music, spaces, and history in Japan. We want to thank these two incredible people for sharing with us, and to hear about our our trips please support us on drip or Patreon.
Shiroto No Ran aka Amateur Riot, the group behind Manuke Guesthouse, Nantoka Bar, and No Limit Fest: http://manuke.asia/ (see also pics of “Hang A Lai Post” zine on our website)
Anti-War, Anti-Nuclear and Arts of Block-print Collective: https://a3bcollective.org/ or Instagram and Nia’s art Instagram (see also pics of their newest banner prints on website)
Learn more about the protests against the US military base in Okinawa: https://www.thenation.com/article/the-united-states-is-building-a-new-military-base-in-okinawa-despite-overwhelming-local-opposition/
The High Treason Incident: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/High_Treason_Incident
Fumiko Kaneko: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fumiko_Kaneko biography “The Prison Memoirs of a Japanese Woman” film “Anarchist From Colony”