U.S. soldiers and Japanese civilians in Tokyo, Japan, during American occupation after World War II.
Japan Date:1945 Duration:1 min 43 sec Sound:NO SOUND
U.S. soldiers in Japan during American occupation after World War II. Japanese crowd outside around Ginza-District, Tokyo. Buildings at a busy Center of Ginza-Districts, Chuo-Ward, Tokyo. View in the vinicity of Intersection of "Ginza" Ave. and Ave."Z" (current Harumi Ave.) from the rooftop of high building (current Matsuzakaya Department Store). Many sidewalk vendors line along "Ginza" Ave.. Soldiers stand near pedicabs. U.S. Army vehicles move through the intersection of the center of "Ginza-District" along Ave."Z" from "Harumi" towards "Hibiya" direction. A Japanese man stands with a child along the side walk on Ave."Z". A Japanese woman and boy shine shoes of U.S. soldiers. U.S. soldiers of First Cavalry Division buy unit badges, for their uniform hats, from a Japanese woman street vendor.
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