Yoshimasa Shiroma, 85, talks to Marines from Camp Schwab as they settle their bill at Ocean Sushi Restaurant in Henoko, a village known to be friendly to Americans in Okinawa, Japan, on July 26, 2015. Shiroma has been in business in Henoko for 42 years, mostly serving the military from neighboring Camp Schwab. (Tiffany Tompkins-Condie/McClatchy DC/TNS)
Yoshimasa Shiroma, 85, talks to Marines from Camp Schwab as they settle their bill at Ocean Sushi Restaurant in Henoko, a village known to be friendly to Americans in Okinawa, Japan, on July 26, 2015. Shiroma has been in business in Henoko for 42 years, mostly serving the military from neighboring Camp Schwab. (Tiffany Tompkins-Condie/McClatchy DC/TNS) Tiffany Tompkins-Condie TNS
Yoshimasa Shiroma, 85, talks to Marines from Camp Schwab as they settle their bill at Ocean Sushi Restaurant in Henoko, a village known to be friendly to Americans in Okinawa, Japan, on July 26, 2015. Shiroma has been in business in Henoko for 42 years, mostly serving the military from neighboring Camp Schwab. (Tiffany Tompkins-Condie/McClatchy DC/TNS) Tiffany Tompkins-Condie TNS

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