U.S. Air Force Maj. Nicholas Reeves receives the Metropolitan Police Department Director Award for safety on behalf of the 374th Airlift Wing during an award presentation ceremony at the Fussa Police Station, Fussa, Japan, Dec. 7, 2022.
Small Fussa City may be but that doesn't stop the city from featuring a nice variety of public spaces. The Tama River running along its wester border, naturally offers the most in terms of parks with...
Contaminated groundwater has been detected near the home of U.S. Forces Japan in western Tokyo, but officials found no evidence the pollutants came from inside the base, a Tokyo Metropolitan Government official said Wednesday.
Toshiaki Oohashi, who works for Fussa City, would describe it as a place where traditional Japanese spirit and an American atmosphere meet. With Shinto shrines and Buddhist temples on one side and American-style restaurants and shops on the other, it’s easy to see the crossover.
“Fussa is a kind of fusion town,” says Oohashi.
Col. Otis C.Jones, 374th Airlift Wing commander greets Shigeo Sobue, vice president of Fussa-Yokota Goodwill exchange club, during the U.S.-Japan Joint New Year’s Party at Yokota Air Base, Japan, Jan. 26, 2019.