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Washington Heights
Shibuya ku Yoyogi.
  • What kind of place is Shibuya?
  • The birthplace of trendy.
  • Fashionable.
  • Cute and Kawaii.
  • Many young people.
  • There are many live houses.
  • How long is Shibuya lively?
  • What was here?
  • Imperial Japanese Army's Yoyogi Parade ground.
  • It isn't cute.
  • A house is in Yoyogi Park.
  • What is that house?
  • It is the house of the family of the American air force.
  • Why is it that it is here?
  • The Pacific War was over in 1945.
  • Afterwards Japan was occupied in GHQ.
  • I see.
  • GHQ demanded that Japan built the house of 20000 U.S. soldiers family.
  • Japan built 827 houses for U.S. soldiers family in Yoyogi.
  • The name of this area was Washington Heights.
  • 827 houses isn't a lot.
  • This is a then photograph.
  • Here is Yoyogi Park.
  • Yoyogi sports stadium is here.
  • Very large.
  • Olympics players used this house by the Tokyo Olympics in 1964.
  • They left only one house in commemoration of the Olympics.
  • After war, Japanese people were very poor.
  • The Japanese did not know the American life.
  • How about American life?
  • Furniture of the tree.
  • Kitchen, tableware, kitchen utensil.
  • Air-conditioning perfection, bathroom.
  • Microwave oven, iron, vacuum cleaner.
  • Coffee maker, toaster, a refrigerator, water heater.
  • Cheese grater, potato masher, ice pick.
  • School, church, live meeting place, officer club.
  • Three baseball fields, two tennis courts, golf course, Library, bar.
  • All made it here?
  • Whose money did make it?
  • Japanese money.
  • Postwar Japan was very poor.
  • It was common in the United States.
  • But the civic life of Japan was too poor.
  • American life here was rare for a Japanese.
  • Japan could not meet a demand of American.
  • American religious group supported Japan.
  • They sent food and pharmaceutical products to Japan.
  • What about the American food?
  • The meat transported from the United States.
  • The vegetables?
  • They brought in artificial manure from the United States.
  • Anything else?
  • An antibiotic and insecticide.
  • American does things at their own pace.
  • I know.
  • A lot of rich american officers lived in Washington Heights.
  • The Japanese did business against them.
  • There were a lot of shops for Americans in Omotesando.
  • There are many shops of the overseas brand in this neighborhood.
  • A black market was in Dogenzaka.
  • A Japanese is different from an American in a physical constitution.
  • The eating habits are different.
  • There were a lot of Japanese-Americans there.
  • The United States let they learn Japanese.
  • Keep out for Japanese?
  • American only.
  • The child entered without permission.
  • Till when was there the Washington Heights?
  • This area was returned to Japan in 1964.
  • I was tired of her long talk.