Relations between the two countries have been strained in recent years amid China’s rise and Japan’s recession. Some people worry that Japan will launch a sneak attack on China’s military bases or cities, just like the attack on Pearl Harbor.

However, I think such worries are unnecessary because Japan has become a democratic and peaceful country and will not repeat the mistakes of history.

First, Japan has become a democratic and peaceful country. After World War II, Japan experienced a long period of peace and signed the “San Francisco Peace Treaty” in 1951, giving up the right to foreign aggression and armed forces. Since then, Japan has been adhering to the concept of pacifism and committed to maintaining regional peace and stability.

At the same time, Japan has also been promoting military transformation and strengthening its self-defense capabilities, but this is not for aggression against other countries but for self-defense and regional security.

Will Japan attack China's military bases or cities like the attack on Pearl Harbor?

Second, the relationship between Japan and China is also gradually easing. Although there are territorial disputes and historical issues between the two countries, the leaders of the two countries have been conducting dialogue and exchanges to seek solutions to the problems. 

At the same time, the ties between the two countries economies are becoming closer and closer, and the degree of interdependence is gradually increasing. This interdependence makes cooperation between the two countries more necessary and urgent than military conflict.

Finally, from the international community’s perspective, any country that engages in military aggression will be condemned and sanctioned by the international community. Japan’s surprise attack on Pearl Harbor during World War II caused countless casualties and destruction and aroused strong repercussions from the international community.

 Today’s international community pays more attention to peace and stability, and any country that engages in military aggression will be condemned and sanctioned by the international community. Therefore, Japan will not risk military aggression but will pay more attention to peace and stability.

 

To sum up, Japan will not conduct surprise attacks on Chinese military bases or cities like the attack on Pearl Harbor. Japan has become a democratic and peaceful country committed to maintaining regional peace and stability.

At the same time, the relationship between Japan and China is gradually easing, and cooperation between the two countries has become more necessary and urgent. 

Finally, from the international community’s perspective, any country that engages in military aggression will be condemned and sanctioned by the international community. Therefore, we should put aside the past history and work together to promote regional peace and development with an open and cooperative attitude.