Published by the Osaka Mainichi Newspaper Co. and the Tokyo Nichinichi Newspaper Co., this 1938 magazine gathers more than one hundred articles by renowned people inside and outside of Japan. Among the authors are Japanese Prime Minister Fumimaro Konoe and Henry Walter Taft, brother of President William Howard Taft and president of the Japan Society. An illustration of the U.S. Capitol with cherry blossom trees gifted in 1912 is also featured in the magazine. Its sleekly-designed cover invokes global travel by air and sea, with Japanese and U.S. flags waving together—all beneath branches of delicate pink sakura (cherry blossoms). Both cover and content stress mutual collaboration, including opportunities for commercial cooperation.