Japanese spies Kimura Hisao and Nisikawa Kakzumi′s skulk in Tibet during Anti-Japanese War period
Qin Yongzhang(Research center of Nationality and Anthropology, Chinese academy of social sciences, Beijing, 100081)
In the spring of 1943, Japanese spy organ in Zhangjiakou city, to spy for the information about international assisting routes for China, appointed two spies Kimura Hisao and Nisikawa Kakzumi to skulk into Tibet. They had been hiding and acting in Tibet and areas around for as long as seven years. This paper, making use of firsthand historical materials, makes a detailed watch on their secret skulk into Tibet and their activities and reveals quiet a few hardly-known historical facts, which helps the research on Tibetan recent history and the recognition of Japanese infiltration toward Tibet.