Under the 1952 Treaty of Mutual Cooperation and Security between the United States and Japan, the United States Forces Japan (USFJ) have maintained a large military presence. The Japanese tended to oppose the introduction of nuclear arms into Japanese territory by the government's assertion of Japan's non-nuclear policy and a statement of the Three Non-Nuclear Principles.Most of the weapons were alleged to be stored in ammunition bunkers at Kadena Air Base.As information leaked out, and images of air strikes were published, the local population began to fear the potential for retaliation. The Beheiren became a more visible anti-war movement on Okinawa as the American involvement in Vietnam intensified. Documents declassified in 1997 proved that both tactical and strategic weapons have been maintained in Okinawa. military also imposed a temporary 24-hour curfew on military personnel and their families to ease the anger of local residents. Okinawa is the poorest prefecture within Japan, and the problem of U. bases has become tangled with the sense of colonialist and imperialist treatment of Okinawa by Tokyo. military—contrary to repeated denials by the Pentagon—had kept tens of thousands of barrels of Agent Orange on the island.
) lalalalalala (The pretty girls are here, oh baby come on~) (Hey!It encompasses two thirds of the Ryukyu Islands in a chain over 1,000 kilometres (620 mi) long.The Ryukyu Islands extend southwest from Kyushu (the southwesternmost of Japan's four main islands) to Taiwan.Four years after the 1868 Meiji Restoration, the Japanese government, through military incursions, officially annexed the kingdom and renamed it Ryukyu han.At the time, the Qing Empire asserted a nominal suzerainty over the islands of the Ryukyu Kingdom, since the Ryūkyū Kingdom was also a member state of the Chinese tributary system.