Map shows Tokyo and arrow moving toward Yokohama. View of harbor of Yokohama. Boats and steamers at harbor. Buildings and roads in downtown Yokohama with cars going by. Cargo is loaded in steamers at harbor. Steamers underway at sea.
Map depicts Yokohama and Tokyo. View of Mount Fuji from a lake near Tokyo. A steam locomotive passes by over a bridge in the distance, with Mount Fuji as backdrop. A small boat is poled forward by a standing Japanese man in the foreground, with Mount Fuji in the background. Narrator speaks in Spanish of the spiritual importance of Mount Fuji to the Japanese people.
Map shows Nagoya, Yokohama and Tokyo. Narrator in Spanish discussing Nagoya as a great industrial city. View of buildings and temples in Nagoya and a family walking toward a temple. The making of fine china is shown: Workers work at machine. China plates and jars are displayed for drying process. Potter shapes pottery on a potter's wheel. Delicate pottery is made. China plates, cups, saucer and jars displayed. The making of locomotives is shown: Workers work at machines in the train factory. Interior of the factory. Steam locomotive is prepared. Main cab of locomotive is lowered from cables onto a waiting wheel chassis for final assembly. View of a newly completed steam locomotive rolling off of the production line in Nagoya.
Arrival of army wives in Yokohama, Japan. A banner on a ship at Yokohama Harbor reads "Welcome to Japan". Army officers and men of the American Occupation Forces await the arrival of their wives. Women disembark from the ship. They meet their husbands. United States Army General Robert Lawrence Eichelberger greets his wife.
Celebrating anniversary of Yokohama port , which opened in 1859. Japanese women seated in traditional dress. Celebration Parade down Isezaki Street, in Yokohama. Dragon floats dance. Cultural dance of Japan. U.S. Army participates in celebration. Japanese children enjoy the parade. Japanese police men control the throng. Japanese children watch the various floats. Sergeant Stuart speaks about friendship of United States with Japan.
Technical experts inspect crab. Exterior of factory of Three Diamond Brand. Labeling and Repacking: Japanese workers lacquer and label the tin cans of crab in a factory. Experts inspect the tins. Sign board of 'Fancy Crab Meat, New York'. Four different grades of Japanese Canned Crab Association, Yokohama for export: Fancy (Red), Choice (Indigo), Fair (Blue), and Passed A (purple). Logo of Three Diamond on cargo. Workers bring the cargo for shipping. Cargo boats are loaded and taken to Yokohama. Supervisors inspect the cargo. Steamer Olympia Maru loaded. Flag of Three Diamond Brand at steamer.