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The purpose of this thesis is how the Japanese who lives in Korea in colonial times is evaluating his Korea experience. The focus of the examination is Nobuhiko Takahashi who was the teacher in Keijo normal school from 1941 to 1945. After the WW2, he wrote his experience from 1946 to the 1980's, in the magazine by which only a specific reader like the person related to the alumni association etc. read. His memoir is valuable in the point that the transition of the evaluation to his Korea experience can be confirmed. The result of analyzing his memoir is as follows. He became silent the evaluation of the entire colonialization to Korea in Japan and "Damage" that the Japanese had received immediately after the WW2. And he doesn't justify colonialization to Korea by Japan at all. The other side, He greatly changes the evaluation to his Korea experience in the latter half of the 1980's. In the first half of the 1980's, He was describing "Good experience". However, becoming the latter half of the 1980's, he explains his experience"@"Went to study abroad". It is necessary to pay attention to calling an own experience that the person in colonial powers went to the colony "Go to study abroad". In the research of the past, many of Japanese who live in colonial Korea have been regarded as people who do not associate with Korean people in colonial times, live only in a Japanese society, and do not regret colonialization to Korea by Japan after the WW2. However it is clear that the Japanese who lived in colonial Korea has various spectrum, and it will be necessary to research the diversity consciously in the future.