NPO Chiune Sugihara. Visas For Life

Books about Chiune Sugihara

Rokusen-nin no Inochi no Visa (new edition)
by Yukiko Sugihara (Taisho Shuppan)

Visas for 6,000 Lives: “This book is an invaluable historic record of the heroic and humanitarian actions of Japanese Consul Chiune Sugihara, a name highly regarded in Jewish society worldwide.” (from comments by Sir Edmund Rothschild)

Ketsudan -- Inochi no Visa
by Katsumasa Watanabe, edited by Yukiko Sugihara (Taisho Shuppan)

The Decision: “My husband was a strong-willed person who would work tirelessly to achieve whatever he thought was right. He was hard on himself but easily moved by others. Regarding the visa issuance, we both feel that he did the natural thing as a human being.” (from introduction by Yukiko Sugihara)

Shinso – Sugihara Visa
by Katsumasa Watanabe (Taisho Shuppan)

The Story Behind the Sugihara Visa: “Chiune Sugihara was a Japanese diplomat whose actions have been acclaimed around the world and are just recently being taught in Japanese schools. This book examines the true story behind this historic figure.” (from introduction by Katsumasa Watanabe)

Sugihara Chiune no Higeki – Kremlin Bunsho wa Kataru
by Yukiko Sugihara and Hiroki Sugihara (Kin-no-Hoshi Sha)

The Chiune Sugihara Story – Thank You for the Visas: “As our train pulled out of Kaunas, one Jewish refugee shouted to us at the station, ‘We will never forget you. We will meet again someday.’ Remember, never forget – the Jewish refugees, true to their word, never stopped looking for my father, an effort that led to this reunion.” (from text by Yukiko Sugihara)

Shashinshu – Sugihara Chiune to Inochi no Visa – Siberia wo Koete
Photos by Shigeru Jufuku (Sunrise Shuppan)

The Chiune Sugihara Story – Thank You for the Visas: “As our train pulled out of Kaunas, one Jewish refugee shouted to us at the station, ‘We will never forget you. We will meet again someday.’ Remember, never forget – the Jewish refugees, true to their word, never stopped looking for my father, an effort that led to this reunion.” (from text by Yukiko Sugihara)

Shashinshu – Sugihara Chiune to Inochi no Visa – Siberia wo Koete
Photos by Shigeru Jufuku (Sunrise Shuppan)

Photo Collection – Sugihara Visas – Crossing Siberia: “My journey to meet the Jews who escaped with the help of Sugihara visas suddenly became a journey of inspiration upon meeting those who are now living vital and active lives. The descendants of those who received the Sugihara visas number over 30,000, many of whom, infused with Sugihara’s DNA, will serve to tell of the importance of world peace.” (from afterword by Shigeru Jufuku)

Sugihara Dollar
by Ryuichi Teshima (Shinchosha)

Sugihara Dollar: “One of the many Jewish refugees rescued by a visa stamped by the hand of a certain Japanese diplomat became a revolutionary figure in the Chicago financial sector, creating financial futures products that changed the world. In this sense, the seeds planted by the Japanese diplomat, Chiune Sugihara, blossomed into a ‘Sugihara dollar’ that has materially impacted modern society.” (from Ryuichi Teshima’s website)

Choho no Tensai Chiune Sugihara
by Masaaki Shiraishi (Shinchosha)

Chiune Sugihara, Genius of Espionage: “The picture of Chiune Sugihara that emerges from the historical records shows him not only as a great humanist but as a peerless intelligence officer, giving us a better idea of Sugihara the man.” (from text by Masaaki Shiraishi)

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