Japanese Investigation Finds 700 Chinese Land Purchases Near Military Bases

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The government of Japan completed an investigation Thursday that found a disturbing number of Chinese-funded land purchases near Japanese defense facilities, including the Japanese Self-Defense Force (SDF), coast guard, and space research laboratories, as well as bases used by the American military.

According to a report at Japan’s Sankei Shimbun newspaper translated by Hong Kong’s Apple Daily on Friday, the Japanese government launched the investigation last year after hearing “rumors in recent years that Chinese capital was being used to buy sites within 10 kilometers of defense facilities and on Japanese islands at the periphery of the country.”

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The investigators discovered at least 700 land purchases funded or directed by China near military bases — evidently much more than they were expecting to find, judging from the stunned tone of the Sankei Shimbun report, and even more Chinese land buys are in the works.

These land purchases provided ample surveillance opportunities for numerous Japanese defense sites, along with U.S. military bases in Kanagawa prefecture and Okinawa. One of the Chinese land buyers in Kanagawa is “suspected to be related to the Beijing government.”

The new wave of Chinese land purchases appears to be focused on Japan’s coastal air and sea radar installations.

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A less comprehensive survey in November uncovered 80 land purchases by Chinese buyers in high-security areas in Japan, including twenty acres near the SDF’s Chitose airbase in Hokkaido. Another was on the Okinawan island of Taketomi, which is close to Taiwan. A third suspicious purchase gave buyers linked to Beijing control over what the SDF described as an “absolute choke point” near the vital Cape Noshappu radar base, which monitors the Russian border.



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