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THE NEW SANO HOTEL RUN BY THE US NAVY 2003 PHOTO
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NEW SANO HOTEL CUSTOMER DESK AND CHECK IN DESK 2003 PHOTO BOB PROCTOR
NEW SANO HOTEL GIFT SHOP 2003 PHOTO BOB PROCTOR
NEW SANO HOTEL LOBBY AND JEWELRY SHOP 2003
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NEW SANO HOTEL TRAVEL SERVICE DESK 2003
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NAVY EXCHANGE NEW SANO HOTEL 2003
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SUTTER'S GENERAL STORE NEW SANO HOTEL 2003
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INDOOR SWIMMING POOL NEW SANO HOTEL 2003
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STAKE HOUSE ONE OF 3 RESTAURANTS IN THE NEW SANO. THE HOTEL ALSO HAS A MEN'S AND WOMEN'S SAUNA AND A EXERCISE ROOM 2003 PHOTO BOB PROCTOR
TOKYO TRAIN STATION 2003 PHOTO BOB PROCTOR
THE ENGIN OF A BULLETT TRAIN THE TRAINS HAVE FROM 4 TO 16 CARS AND TRAVEL UP TO 200 MPH. THE SHORT TRAINS ARE LOCAL TRAINS AND MAKE ALL STOPS THE 8 CAR TRAINS ARE SIMI EXPRESS TRAINS AND THE 16 CAR TRAINS ARE EXPRESS TRAINS FOR THE MOST PART. 2003
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INSIDE THE BULLETT TRAIN THE GIRL IS SELLING BOX LUNCHES AND DRINKS 2003
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VIEW 1 OF THE GINZA AT NIGHT 2003 PHOTO BOB PROCTOR
VIEW 2 OF THE GINZA 2003 PHOTO BOB PROCTOR
VIEW 3 OF THE GINZA 2003 PHOTO BOB PROCTOR
VIEW 4 OF THE GINZA 2003 PHOTO BOB PROCTOR
TOKYO TOWER AT NIGHT 2003 PHOTO BOB PROCTOR
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THE IMPERIAL PALACE HOTEL 1947 PHOTO JAMES E. GATES
THE GENZA MARCH 1968 PHOTO BY TOM KRAUSE
THE MITSUBISHI TOWER ON THE GINZA 1968 PHOTO BY TOM KRAUSE
ANOTHER VIEW OF THE MITSUBISHI TOWER 1968 PHOTO BY TOM KRAUSE
TOKYO TOWER 1968 PHOTO BY TOM KRAUSE
A MOTE AROUND THE IMPERIAL PALACE WITH THE DAI-ICHI BUILDING IN THE BACKGROUND 1954
PHOTO JAMES MOSS

TSUKIJI HONGANJI TEMPLE VERY CLOSE TO THE TSUKJI FISH MARKET 1954
PHOTO JAMES MOSS
THANKS TO ALLAN MURPHY FOR IDENTIFYING THE TEMPLE
THE DIET BUILDING SEAT OF GOVERNMENT OF JAPAN 1954
PHOTO JAMES MOSS
INCENSE POT AT A VERY FAMOUS TEMPLE IN ASAKUS SENSO-JI ALSO CALLED KINRYUZAN 1954
PHOTO JAMES MOSS
TOKYO TO FLAG
EMPEROR HIROHITO AND GENERAL DOUGLAS MACARTHUR ABOUT 1945
OFFICIAL PHOTO
THE GATE TO HARDY BARRACKS WITH A JAPANESE GUARD.
HARDY BARRACKS IS IN THE HEART OF TOKYO IN THE ROPPONGI WARD. IT WAS HEADQUARTERS OF JAPAN CENTRAL COMMAND FROM 1945 TO 1956 AND THE HOME OF STARS AND STRIPES FROM 1945 TO 1973 WHEN THEY MOVED TO TACHIKAWA. WHEN TACHIKAWA CLOSED THEY MOVED TO YOKOTA AB WHERE THEY ARE TODAY. IT WAS ALSO THE HOME OF ARMED FORCES RADIO FAR EAST NETWORK (FEN RADIO). I AM NOT SURE IF THEIR NEW HEADQUARTERS IS AT YOKOTA AB, CAMP ZAMA OR YOKOSUKA NAVY BASE. HARDY BARRACKS IS NOW A MILITARY RECREATION HOTEL. LESS EXPENSIVE THEN THE NEW SANO RUN BY THE NAVY AND NOT A ELLIGANT. THEY HAVE SUITES AND SINGLE ROOMS.
PHOTO 1953 BY JAMES MCDEVITT
PHIL GIANACOVA ON BRIDGE IN AOYAMA PARK.
PHOTO 1953 JAMES MCDEVITT
TOKYO OLYMPICS, 1964
PHOTO LARRY JONES
THE FLIGHT LINE AT HANEDA  TOKYO INTERNATIONAL 1966
PHOTO GEORGE LORD
ANOTHER VIEW OF THE FLIGHT LINE HANEDA TOKYO
INTERNATIONAL 1966
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PLANES PARKED ON THE FLIGHT LINE HANEDA TOKYO INTERNATIONAL 1966
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HANEDA TOKYO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT 1966
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1966 PHOTO GEORGE LORD
JUST UP THE ROAD FROM THE TOKYO AERIAL MAIL TERMINAL OL 100% JAPAN DISTRICT USAF PACIFIC POSTAL AND COURIER REGION 1966
PHOTO GEORGE LORD
CARL LINDBERG AT THE OLYMPIC VILLAGE 1967
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