The mental gymnastics is strong in this one. So strong it even put our friend who regularly post on the Hong Kong thread to shame!Well for your last point, it's just Yasukuni Shrine, a place for the war dead. It's not anywhere else in Japanese society. It's not like Japanese people hold up portrait images of Tojo like how people do that with portraits of Stalin, or put Mao's face on every currency bill, or how fanboys wear swastikas a cheap demonstrations. Although people like Tojo at Yasukuni could theoretically serve as a launch pad of greater acceptance and a more justifying sort narrative and propaganda but that risk exist in most countries in their own national forms. The Tokyo Tribunal was a victors write history court. The basis for "Class A War crime" was for being "instrumental for the complete fault by Japan in starting WW2". But no as what a proper look at history shows, the Chinese communist, Chinag Kai-shek, and FDR was just as much of a cause for the start of that war. But whatever on it, I really don't dwell on it, but points have to be made sometimes. In the end, out of the major world powers in the race to be top power of the world.. out of Great Britain, the US, Russia/Soviet, Germany, Commie China, Imperial Japan, France.. the US coming out on top isn't so bad.. all things considered. Winners write the history for the masses. If Japan had won, it would have its on BS narrative in central acceptance. So in the end, I sometimes don't like pushing too hard with my conclusions.
There's just no limits to your talent to make things up. Yakasuni is not just a shrine. It's the symbol of everything Japanese stand for and show to honour their dead who scrafice for their empire. So please stop making excuses. You're just showing yourself up as either ignorant or worse a raving fascist who loves mass murder.