Yes, we're aware that the swastika predates the Third Reich by millennia, but this spaceship from the early 1990s anime Karasu Tengu Kabuto is just...well...damn. I suppose flying around on a giant swastika dragon is one way to get around.
Slow news day, Cyriaque?
Asians just don't make the same connection with the swastika that Westerner's do. I worked part-time for a small video game developer for a while, making historical war games. In one game we made (sort of like "Civilization" but with real-time battles), they used a swastika to represent the Buddhist philosophy in various menus and such.
Despite the Taiwanese owner / design lead being a hardcore military history & WWII buff; it simply did not occur to him (or to the lead artist, who was from Macau) that the Buddhist swastika might be misinterpreted as the Nazi symbol.
I also remember a news story from the late 90's or early 2000's about some panda toys, made in China, that caused a big stir when they were shipped to North America. The manufacturer had run out of some other toy, and sent these pandas instead—and each one had a swastika on its forehead.