Keum-suku Gendry Kim, Grass(草), 2017, Bori, is a graphicnovel based on the true story of the victims of sexual slaveryforced by Imperial Japanese military before and during World WarII. It has the theme of human dignity and peace, which is acommon wish of the world. In the right-leaning Japanese society,the voices calling for compensation and restoration of honor forvictims of Japanese colonial rule and war is barely accepted by theruling party, the Liberal Democratic Party (LDP), which continuesto trivialize the facts of the war crime, and refuse to makeindividual compensation for the victims. In Japan, there are fewopportunities at school to learn about the issue of Imperial Japanesemilitary’s sexual slavery system and other incidents relating in thewar. This makes it difficult to realize that war is not a binaryconflict between victimization and victimhood, but rather a structuralproblem that the relation between victimization and victimhood iscomplicated. I worked on publishing Grass(草) in Japanese in orderto convey the issue of Imperial Japanese military’s sexual slaverysystem to young Japanese generation that is not interested inreading, and to foster a desire for peace. Through the messages for crowd funding and the voices of people at the Meeting withKeum-suku Gendry Kim, I could understand Japanese people’svarious views on Imperial Japanese colonial rule, war and peace, aswell as the problems of Japanese society.