In 1938, Michiko Fujita, who lost her father at the age of 14 and worked desperately to support her mother and younger brother and sister, participated in an organization to protect the constitution and an association for Japanese female orphans in China after the war. She says that she felt compelled to take action as one of the survivors with the words of his father's junior, Mr. Toyoda, who supported her kindly during the war. From “The Constitution And A Girl” (the Interview in the May 2015 issue of “Women's Friend”).
"October 12 2019
from “Oriori no Kotoba” by Kiyokazu Washida, The Asahi Shimbun"