Japan has documented its claims on disputed islands.
Tokyo, The Japanese government opened a small museum on Thursday in which he has kept maps and documents in favor of his regional claims. Japan’s regional affairs affairs minister Tetsuma Esaki told that Japan needs to improve in this way how information about the disputed islands is broadcasted internally and externally.
The minister said that its objective is to ensure that our claims on these islands are correct. Copies of historical documents are kept in the National Regional and Sovereignty Museum, in which Japan says that two sets of non-populated islands are owned by them, one from which China and another on South Korea claims its claim.