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A shrine and park off limits to U.S. military personnel station in Japan. A number of locations in Yokosuka, including cemeteries, are off limits to Americans.
An American wearing a t-shirt for the band 'The Misfits' during a friendship festival in Misawa, Japan. Friendship festivals are common military facilities and popular amongst locals.
A display case with lighters for sale on Dobuita street in Yokosuka, Japan.
A bar in the 'Honcho' neighborhood of Yokosuka.
A restaurant near the Misawa Air Base (三沢飛行場) displaying an american style license plate along with patches from the base in a food display case.
A perimeter fence at the U.S. Naval base in Yokosuka.
A woman sits, surrounded by men, outside of a local bar in Yokosuka.
A patron salutes me inside of The Chu Hai Stand in Yokosuka.
A replica of the Statue of Liberty stands in Ishinomaki, Japan. The statue was struck by the 2011 earthquake and tsunami that devastated Japan.
Dollar bills are pinned to the wall inside of a bar in Yokosuka, Japan.
Flags wave in the air as the Emperor of Japan addresses a crowd on his birthday in Tokyo, Japan.
An off limits sign stating that only Japanese patrons are welcome. Although these signs are rare they do still exist in many areas of Japan.
A couple passes George's Bar, a country themed bar, in Yokosuka, Japan.