These pictures were taken in Japan during November, 1968. I took a 1 week leave from my Korean duty station, and flew on a U.S. Air Force C-130 Hercules cargo plane to Japan. The plane landed at an airbase near Fukuoka City, on Kyushu Island, the southernmost island of Japan. I took an overnight train ride to Tokyo, and made Tokyo the hub of my explorations.
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|Taking a cab in Yokohama||Yokohama||Yokohama|
|Yokohama||Pushing a stroller with a dog as passenger||Grand opening of a pachinko parlor|
|Tokyo butcher shop||Yokohama||Nighttime in Tokyo|
|Tokyo||On the train||Why is he taking a picture of me?|
|Yokohama pathway||Two boys and a new Miyata bicycle||Hanging the laundry out to dry in Yokohama|
|A nice time to talk||Yokohama||Yokohama|
|Grandmother and her grandson||Amusement park on the roof of a building||An artist|
|Lovely woman||A Vietnamese women I met in Tokyo||Vietnamese tourist|
|Yokohama dock||Foreigner's Cemetery in Yokohama||Yokohama restaurant|
|Yokohama park||Children playing in the park||Children at pay|
|Train station||Train station||Road repair|
This page created, and all photographs copyright 2003, by Neil Mishalov email@example.com on 16 February 2003.