Web Archive Scholars
Aichi Kazuo 愛知和男 (Member, House of Representatives, President of National Association for Creating a New Constitution) 衆議院 & 『新しい憲法をつ くる 国民会議』会長
This personal website belongs to Aichi Kazuo, former member of the House of Representatives. It offers an original revision draft known as the Aichi Draft. The draft emphasizes the role of the emperor, introduces Japanese culture and spirit in the Preamble, identifies the emperor as the chief of state, defines "Hinomaru (日の丸)" as the national flag and "Kimigayo (君が代)" as the anthem, promotes peaceful resolution of international conflicts, calls for revision of both clauses of Article 9; renames the SDF as a security force; and establishes articles about the environment, rights to privacy, and measures for dealing with national emergency.
Kataoka Tetsuya 片岡鉄哉
This personal website made by Kataoka Tetsuya mainly analyzes Japanese national strategy toward the United States and Asia. It also offers Kataoka's views on constitutional revision, which are based on his unique military strategic analysis. (Most of his articles are only available after subscribing his mail-magazine.)
Mizushima Asaho (Prof. at Waseda Univ., Legal Scholar) 水島朝穂（早稲田大学教授、憲法学者
This is a personal website created by Mizushima Asaho, law professor at Waseda University, who supports and publicizes messages on maintaining the present constitution. In addition to his weekly online articles, his website offers unique perspectives on constitutional revision, introductions to his books, and many links to both foreign and domestic websites dealing with the postwar constitution.
Yoshizaki Nobuhiro (Professor, Himeji Dokkyo Univ.) 吉崎 暢洋 (姫路独協大学)
This personal website created by Yoshizaki Nobuhiro, a professor at Himeji Dokkyō University, does not offer any specific perspective on constitutional revision. However, the website contains many valuable links to documents such as the MacArthur Draft of the current constitution (in English), many related Japanese laws (including the Peace Preservation Law), international treaties, foreign constitutions, and historically important laws and publications.