A housing plan employed for workers by Japanese mining companies in Japan after World War II.
Japan Date:1946, February 20 Duration:2 min 39 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Homes constructed for Japanese workers in Japanese cities after World War II. Homes of barracks variety which are given to those workers who are employed at the Higashi Misome Coal Mine. A Japanese woman washes small pieces of clothes in a wooden bucket in front of her home. A housing plan that is employed by the Higahu-Misome Mining Company. It further illustrates the conditions in which those homes are kept. A view from a train as it passes through various towns and cities while en route to Kyoto. The type of buildings found in most cities of Japan which were untouched in the strategic air attack against Japan
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