- By TheCollector
In the quest for historical and archaeological documentation, people usually observe, preserve, and interpret the in-your-face evidence. Materialistic proofs such as monuments, palaces, etc. and written sources are prioritized. Along the way, the smaller, but not insignificant, developments and historical achievements are discarded. It is important to acknowledge the involvement of such material and philosophical contributions in the progression of the march of history.
- The New York Times - Ben Dooley and Hisako Ueno
Correction: December 3, 2020 This article has been revised to reflect the following correction: A previous version of this article misstated the generation that Masaichi Tanaka represents in his family...