By BERNARD L. BERNSTEIN, Associated Press The firefighting of the war against the North Koreans has been a hallmark of Japanese national identity, but in some places it has turned into a national shame.
Tokyo is in a war zone, the air has been heavily bombarded by aircraft, and the country has spent millions of dollars trying to keep residents safe.
So when the fire fighting of the first nuclear test ended in May, Japan’s top fire chief said it was the result of a series of poor decisions and a lack of leadership.
But the firefighting that followed was not a result of any missteps or mistakes.
It was a disaster that was not caused by negligence, said Shunichi Okamura, who is now the chief fire officer at the fire agency in Tokyo.
“It was because of poor leadership,” he said in an interview with the Associated Press.
He added that the Japanese people have suffered as a result.
Firefighting is one of the oldest occupations in Japan, dating back to the Edo Period, when Japan was ruled by the Edogawa (or Edo Shogunate) clan.
Its practitioners used fire to fight against the invading Mongol armies in the early 20th century.
It’s been a traditional profession in Japan for hundreds of years, but it has never been the focus of national pride.
Until May, firefighting had been done by private companies or by volunteers, which was why there were only a handful of active firefighting companies in Japan.
After the May 1 test, Tokyo had three companies working for the Japanese government, which in turn had several others operating in areas around Tokyo, including the Ginza district, the western edge of Tokyo and the southern part of the city of Osaka.
The fire departments that worked in these areas were called “temporary” fire departments, or tsuki-do.
The Japanese people had never been so proud of a fire department.
The tsukigami, the fire department, became the symbol of Japan.
It became the national flag, and it was displayed in public buildings, which were decorated with the image of the fire truck.
The country’s public and private fire departments were the ones that fought in the nuclear tests.
It would take months for the fire departments to get their fire trucks.
At first, the Japanese fire departments got into an early habit of using only emergency trucks, which allowed them to avoid the risk of a major accident.
But as the years went by, the amount of fuel required for a fire truck increased.
At some point, the public realized that firefighters were responsible for firefighting and started asking for better equipment, and they also began demanding better training.
The fires departments were told that if they wanted to be part of this culture, they needed to train their crews on how to handle nuclear weapons.
So a new culture was born.
The new culture of firefighting has become known as tsukyō firefighting.
The government set up a new firefighting division called kurayama firefighting, which had a similar name as the tsukishima firefighting department in Tokyo, but with a different name.
It consisted of three divisions, one in the southern region, one on the western side of Tokyo, and one in northern Tokyo.
They were staffed by firefighting personnel, including firefighters, fire fighters, and rescue workers.
The department was given the task of keeping people safe in an area where fires were threatening, but the departments also had the responsibility of monitoring the fires and keeping them under control.
This is what happens when a fire starts in a Tokyo building.
A firefighter stands by a fire at the Ryugyokucho office building in Tokyo on May 25, 2017.
It took nearly two weeks for the firefighters to get ready to fight a fire in the office building, which they had to clear out in an emergency.
The firefighters were also required to be in contact with emergency services, which meant that they were expected to be on the phone and on the road.
So the fire fighters were not only trained to be present at the scene of the blaze, they also had to get close to the scene and help with the evacuation of people trapped in the building.
The fact that firefighting was now being considered as a profession was the turning point in the country’s firefighting culture, said Yoshihiro Kondo, who heads the Tokyo Fire department.
Kondo said that fire fighting is an important part of Japanese culture and the Japanese national character, but that it is not being done well.
It is the wrong thing to do, and there are still too many people who think it is the right thing to be doing, he said.
Fire fighting is not the same as firefighting in other parts of the world, Kondo added.
The difference between firefighting firefighters and firefighters from other countries is that the former are trained to use a chemical, and this is something that