Ginowan (Futenma) Election for a Mayor.

 Camp Futenma Marine Corps. ( It cannot be called an Air Base, because it's violating a Civil Aeronautics Law of Japan)  

As you see a location of this Base is right in a middle of the city of Ginowan.
Unbelievably, It's been here for almost 7 decades.  Right after the US took the land away after    1945.                                                                                                                     

Now, City of Ginowan is taking an election campaign for the new Mayor. Election date is 24th Jan. This election has a big meaning for Henoko New Base. Because, Present mayor doesn't oppose to move relocate Futenma Base to Henoko.

A new candidates express that we don't need a relocation to Henoko. 

Japanese government puts lots of pressure and weight to Ginowan election.
Because if they lost this election, Henoko New Base will be an impossible. Why? Because the will of the people is so obvious that WE DON'T WANT US BASES !! ANY MORE !!                                                                                                  
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               
                                                         Henoko 551 days                                                                                                                           


A amphibious tanks run everywhere even on the public road.





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