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The survivors of the camps also received reparations, a rare concession by the American government. “Here we reaffirm our commitment as a nation to equal justice under the law.” The announcement was made in San Francisco, whose Japantown was cleared out by interment, which began in 1942, about three months after Pearl Harbor.

Daily delivered to your inbox Some of the survivors of the camps, many of them now aged, watched as Reagan, in a mustard-colored suit, apologized for the sins of Franklin Delano Roosevelt.“I think this is a fine day,” the president added.

Simon also took in a performance of one of Japan's many schoolgirl bands and noticed that the venue was packed with men of all ages, many of whom paid money to visit the girls after the show and meet them.

While it didn't seem out of the ordinary that teen boys wanted to meet girls their age, Simon explained that there were also men in their 40s and 50s who knew all of the band's lyrics and enthusiastically waved light sticks throughout the show.

Three days before I went to Manzanar, President Donald Trump had ordered a halt on immigration from seven majority-Muslim countries. Manzanar was created via Executive Order 9066, which will turn 75 years old on February 19.

The order did not mention the Japanese, but its intention was very clear.“It’s in no way a concentration camp,” said one newsreel that showed Japanese-Americans disembarking buses with their suitcases in the high desert of Inyo County, where the rudiments of Manzanar awaited (they would have to build a good deal of the camp themselves).“To be clear, this is not a Muslim ban, as the media is falsely reporting,” Trump said as protests to his executive order mounted.

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Or perhaps your idea of fun is to take to the streets of Shibuya, attempting to cross the busiest pedestrian crossing in the world.The drive from the San Francisco Bay Area to Manzanar, the former Japanese-American internment camp in California’s remote Eastern Sierra region, takes about seven hours.There is no other way to get there, and there is no way to make the drive shorter.Brooklyn-based Vice correspondent Simon Ostrovsky traveled to Akihabara, a bustling district in Tokyo, to explore the sexual exploitation of young women as a part of Vice News' short documentary entitled Schoolgirls for Sale in Japan, and soon discovered that teen girls were readily available to 'rent' for a variety of services, including fortune telling, massages, and walks with clients. In the video, Simon is visibly uncomfortable as the girl giggles and reads his 'fortune' using a birthday dictionary.Innocence lost: Vice News host Simon Ostrovsky (left) spoke with an anonymous Japanese woman (right) who revealed that going on 'walking dates' with men as a teen quickly escalated into underage prostitution She never had to dress up for the dates because her clients preferred young, fresh-faced school girls; in fact the plaid skirt and knee socks she wore on the walks wasn't a carefully chosen ensemble; it was what she wore to high school as an 11th grade student.'The strange thing is that a lot of people look at Japanese culture and think this is all role playing,' Simon said. When Simon asked what her other clients typically wanted to talk about during these sessions, and she remained vague, saying: 'Whatever's fun'.'That was the most awkward thing I have ever done in my life I think,' Simon told Daily Mail Online.

Or perhaps your idea of fun is to take to the streets of Shibuya, attempting to cross the busiest pedestrian crossing in the world.

The drive from the San Francisco Bay Area to Manzanar, the former Japanese-American internment camp in California’s remote Eastern Sierra region, takes about seven hours.

There is no other way to get there, and there is no way to make the drive shorter.

Brooklyn-based Vice correspondent Simon Ostrovsky traveled to Akihabara, a bustling district in Tokyo, to explore the sexual exploitation of young women as a part of Vice News' short documentary entitled Schoolgirls for Sale in Japan, and soon discovered that teen girls were readily available to 'rent' for a variety of services, including fortune telling, massages, and walks with clients. In the video, Simon is visibly uncomfortable as the girl giggles and reads his 'fortune' using a birthday dictionary.

Innocence lost: Vice News host Simon Ostrovsky (left) spoke with an anonymous Japanese woman (right) who revealed that going on 'walking dates' with men as a teen quickly escalated into underage prostitution She never had to dress up for the dates because her clients preferred young, fresh-faced school girls; in fact the plaid skirt and knee socks she wore on the walks wasn't a carefully chosen ensemble; it was what she wore to high school as an 11th grade student.'The strange thing is that a lot of people look at Japanese culture and think this is all role playing,' Simon said. When Simon asked what her other clients typically wanted to talk about during these sessions, and she remained vague, saying: 'Whatever's fun'.'That was the most awkward thing I have ever done in my life I think,' Simon told Daily Mail Online.

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