In fact, @CBJapan1 tweeted "Actually, we are mad as hell. Here's why"
It seems that Unbroken, the book, had some similarities to the movie.
For example, Mitsubishi Motors produced the Zero airplane with forced labor, Honda, Nikon, Aso Mining Compay, and Toyota were among the names the servicemen remembered. Some were found guilty while some were only guilty by association. How can one ignore "Foreign Ministry investigated and announced on December 18, 2008 that Aso Mining had, in fact, used 300 Allied POWs at its mine during World War II."?
In case one is wondering, the Germans were just as guilty. The sentiment was and still is equal among the POWs returning from there.
I sincerely hope the Japanese get over it. There are some Allied veterans who still won't forgive, yet at least one Allied soldier, a Christian, has chosen to do just that.