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The replica of the Liberty Bell, located in Hibiya Park, Tokyo, was donated by the United States in 1952.

Kawai family tomb, unknown location.

Two children stand in front of a large inscribed stone, atop which stands a copper statue at Nikko of Shodo Shonin, who founded the earliest shrines and temples there in the 8th century.

Children sit near a large stone in the foreground as they watch a train cross an elevated steel bridge.

A group of men in United States Navy uniform in front of a the great Buddha statue at Kamakura (the Kamakura Daibutsu).

People stand in front of the great Buddha at Kamakura (the Kamakura Daibutsu).

The Hitachi Maru Memorial in Aoyama Cemetary. This memorializes the Hitachi Maru, a Japanese transport ship with over 1,200 people on board, lost in fighting in 1904 during the Russo-Japanese War.

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A road running through a graveyard. This is most likely the Aoyama Rei-en in Tokyo.

A stone shrine with a stone lantern to one side.

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