A cairn and plaque at the station commemorate Shin Fukushima, a member of the 4th Japanese Antarctic Research Expedition, who died in October while carrying out his duties. The cairn, which contains some of his ashes , was erected on 11 January by his colleagues. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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Hilary Shibata Translator. Compiled and edited by the Shirase Antarctic Supporters' Association this is the story of the Japanese Antarctic Expedition of , under the leadership of army lieutenant Nobu Shirase. It was the first exploration of Antarctic territory by an expedition from Japan. After initial scepticism, success arrived when the support of Count Okuma, a nobleman and former Premier Compiled and edited by the Shirase Antarctic Supporters' Association this is the story of the Japanese Antarctic Expedition of , under the leadership of army lieutenant Nobu Shirase.
After initial scepticism, success arrived when the support of Count Okuma, a nobleman and former Premier of Japan, was gained. The expedition sailed from Tokyo on December 1, , in the Kainan-maru, a vessel only feet in length. The ship arrived in Wellington on February 8, and four days later departed for the Antarctic.
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Poor weather was experienced for most of trip south and when the coast of Victoria Land was finally sighted conditions were so poor that a landing was impossible. They sailed on through the Ross Sea only to find even worse and soon they were surrounded by a heavy ice pack. It was impossible to go any further so Shirase turned the ship northward for Australia. They arrived in Sydney on May 1, and were initially greeted with suspicion and hostility but during their stay they were visited by Douglas Mawson and Professor Edgeworth-David, which did much to allay any fears.
Captain Nomura and several members of the crew returned to Japan, returning some five months later with provisions, ships parts and other equipment.
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On 19th November they set sail again in a second attempt to reach an Antarctic landfall, with the specific objective of exploring King Edward VII Land. In mid-February, due to worsening weather, the decision was made to return home. On 20 June, the Kainan-maru reached Yokohama.
The expedition had sailed over 30, miles since leaving Japan and despite not reaching the Pole, they had achieved all their other goals after departing from Australia. Their return welcome in Yokohama was a tremendous reception.
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