Kaoli Koyasu (子安香) is the founder of the New York City-based Japan Mahoroba Station (JMS) and a comfort women denier. She has spoken at various comfort women denier events, including Texas Night in NYC (2015) and the Nadeshiko Action panel at the UN Commission on the Status of Women NGO Parallel Events (2016).
Koyasu is also a member of the U.S. branch of Texas Daddy Japan Secretariat.
Kazuyoshi Hanada (花田紀凱) is a right-wing magazine editor and comfort women denier. He has been the editor-in-chief of several magazines, most recently for the right-wing WiLL (2004-2016) and Monthly Hanada (2016-).
In 1995 Hanada was the editor-in-chief of Marco Polo, a monthly men’s magazine, which published an article disputing the existence of gas chambers at Nazi concentration camps. After international criticisms, he was fired and the magazine was discontinued.
In 2006 as the editor-in-chief of WiLL, Hanada wrote an internet rumor about the former leader of the Social Democratic Party being a Korean as a fact. The court determined the article to be an obvious falsehood and ordered Hanada to pay compensation.
Hanada was a co-singer to Channel Sakura’s letter protesting the U.S. H.Res.121 demanding Japan to “accept historical responsibility” for the treatment of comfort women.