Yoshiko Sakurai (born in 1945) is one of the most influential pro-constitutional revision journalists and activists. Beginning her career as a journalist in 1971, she started working as an advocate of constitutional revision around 2007, in which she founded the Japan Institute for National Fundamentals (国家基本問題研究所).
In 2014, she founded a group to promote constitutional revision nationally, Utsukushii Nippon no Kenpō o Tsukuru Kokumin no Kai (美しい日本の憲法をつくる国民の会). She is also known for reviewing historical descriptions for Japan’s controversial war-time crimes; she has argued that neither the Japanese government nor the Japanese military systematically forced women into sexual slavery. Her publication information and columns are available on her website.