I watched “Detective Conan: Private Eye in the Distant Sea” today, 20 Apr, 2013.

A poster of Detective Conan: Private Eye in the Distant Sea
I watched Detective Conan: Private Eye in the Distant Sea, referred on the fake news article of Kitsune Shimbun(きつね新聞), my Japanese blog for fake news. Mossad doesn’t appear like my fake news article.
As the spy case about Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force‘s Aegis ship, although there appear JMSDF Criminal Investigation Command(海上自衛隊警務隊) and an officer for protecting the secrets, Koan(公安), the security police arm of Japanese police forces didn’t appear except one scene that Police Inspector Ohtaki(大滝警部) or so of Osaka Prefectural Police(大阪府警察) refers their public safety division(公安課) that they handed the spies over to. The secrets of Aegis ships are a big matter. Kogorou Mouri(毛利小五郎) persuade them to cooperate by saying that. But JMSDF should’ve asked Koan foremost.
Athough it would be very good for China, for North Korea, and for Russia to come to mind foremost, the movie doesn’t point those countries for it’s children’s anime movie. But it’s probably very good to show the deep story showing the war that we really face at present.

* Koan(公安) referred as the security police arm isn’t Public Safety Commissions(公安委員会). The latter is the police committees of the state and of the 47 prefectures. So it’s wrong to refer “Public Safety Commission” as the Japanese secret police.

The related Japanese blog entries that I visited(Added on 25 Apr, 2013. Fixed on 2 May):


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