- Louis Allen (1922-91) and Japan
- Kazuko Asō DBE (Hon) (1915-96)
- British Graves in other Parts of Japan
- Philip Malins (1919- ) MBE, MC: Prisoners of War and Reconciliation with Japan
- P.G. O'Neill (1924-2012)
- Phillida Purvis: Bridging the Professions
This portrait details the life and career of scholar Louis Allen (1922-91), especially his wartime service and postwar reconciliation efforts.
This portrait charts the life of Kazuko Aso throughout the turbulent twentieth century, in particular her time in Britain where she developed a real love and affection for the country.
This portrait details Philip Malins' (1919-) military career and key role of in postwar reconciliation between Britain and Japan.
This portrait details the scholarly career of P.G. O'Neill (1924-2012), his study of the Japanese language, Japanese festivals and Nō theatre.
Phillida Purvis lived in Japan during the 1980s and experienced a number of different 'incarnations', as a student, diplomat, teacher of international relations, wife and mother. Here she picks out themes from her life as an expatriate in Japan.