img District of houses in Tokyo, Japan (ddr-densho-299-52)
Caption on reverse: "FEC-49-1952. 25 March 49 / NRS Project: / Extensive use of wood in construction / of domestic housing in Japan. Crowded conditions due to lack of available / space create a fire hazard which is / eventually a drain on the forests of / the country. Shinjuku, Yotsuya-Ku Tokyo metropolitan area. / Photographer …
vh Harvey Watanabe Interview Segment 23 (ddr-densho-1000-102-23)
Serving in Japan during the postwar occupation, managing a hotel in Tokyo
img Edouard Herriot arriving at Tokyo Station (ddr-njpa-1-637)
Caption on reverse [translation]: "Japan [illegible] Herriot [illegible] arriving at Tokyo Station [illegible]."
img Seitoku Oshima, the Imperial Education Director (ddr-njpa-4-1621)
Caption on reverse [translation]: "Seitoku Oshima (5328). Instructor at Tokyo University, professor at Japan Women's University."
img Nisei interpreter questioning a witness (ddr-densho-114-137)
Original caption: 2nd Lieutenant Fred A. Suzawana of El Monte, Calif., Nisei Japanese interpreter for the international prosecution section, of the International Military Tribunal for the Far East, Tokyo, Japan, questions Mr. Isao Fujita (left), a witness for the prosecution, in the War Ministry Building, Tokyo, Japan. 9-3-46.
img Leonid Kreutzer arriving at Tokyo Station (ddr-njpa-1-36)
Caption on reverse [translation]: "The Great Pianist Kreutzer Comes to Japan. (Tokyo) February 24, 1934. The great German pianist Leonid Kreutzer was supposed to arrive in Japan on the 14th but was delayed by ten days because he missed his ship. He arrived at Tokyo Station on an express train at 4:55 p.m. on the 24th. …
img General MacArthur lands in Japan (ddr-densho-299-121)
Caption: "General MacArthur alights from a C-54 at Atsugi airfield, 20 miles out of Tokyo, / for his first glimpse at Japan."
img Nisei linguists attending Japanese language class (ddr-densho-114-183)
Original caption: Nisei interpreters of Gen. HQ. Allied Powers in the Pacific, Tokyo Japan, attend classes on "Kan-Ji" characters. 3 Sep 1946.
img Anthropology department building (ddr-densho-397-224)
The caption in the photo album reads "Anthropology dept Tokyo Imperial Univ". Takashi Matsui was stationed in Japan with the U.S. military during the Allied occupation of Japan after the end of World War II.
img Military housing (ddr-densho-114-151)
Original caption: An effort is made to find housing for military personnel by a house-to-house canvass of homes in the Tokyo, Japan, area. Nisei Tec 5 Tom T. Aoyagi, Hq. Co., dependents' housing section, GHQ, Army Forces in the Pacific, of Milo, Hawaii, assists Major Clarence L. Dufgeans, Pacusa Chofu Flight section, of Montgomery, Ala., right. …
img Japanese glassworker making a bowl (ddr-densho-299-65)
Caption on reverse: "FEC-49-2855. 23 April 49 / Manufacturing of glassware in Japan: / With painstaking care a Japanese employee / at the Hoya Glass Factory, Tokyo, Japan, / fashions a glass bowl. / Photographer - Girard / Photograph by U.S. Army."
img The American Economic Mission meeting at the Maple Club (ddr-njpa-1-375)
Caption on reverse: "The American Economic Mission at the Maple Club in Tokyo, at dinner under the joing auspices of the Japan Economic Federation, Tokyo Chamber of Commerce and Industry, and Japan and America Trade Council, on April 8th. (Reading from right) Mrs. Kensuke Horinouchi, wife of the director of the American Bureau of the Foreign …
img General MacArthur and Maj. Gen. Mueller waiting for the arrival of Secretary Royall (ddr-densho-299-36)
Caption on reverse: "FEC-49-799. 1 Feb 49 / General MacArthur awaits arrival of / Secretary Royall in Tokyo, Japan: / General of the Army Douglas MacArthur, / Supreme Commander Allied Powers, awaits / the arrival of Secretary of the Army / Kenneth C. Royall at Haneda Air Base, / Tokyo, Japan. With General MacArthur is / …
doc Pacific Citizen, Vol. 95, No. 5 (July 30, 1982) (ddr-pc-54-30)
Selected article titles: "Noguchi Hearing Begins; County Witnesses Attack Coroner's Dept." (pp. 1, 10), "Japan 'Revises' WW2 History" (pp. 1, 10), "Chiraoscuro: JACL and U.S.-Japan Relations" (pp. 4-5), and "Tokyo Radio Fan Remembers WW2 Propaganda from KGEI" (p. 12).