I Attacked Pearl Harbor by Ensign Kazuo Sakamaki
Purchased this book some time ago and it is an intriguing read. Glad that his story is told at Pearl Harbor and in the book. Sakamaki was looked down upon when he returned to Japan because he was captured. His nine fellow submariners are honored at Yasukini in Tokyo with photos, but his space is left vacant. He became an automobile executive and moved to Brazil work on operations there. There's a ex-pat Japanese community in Brazil. Highly recommend this book.