A fight breaking out between local Japanese, Japanese officials, and American sailors.
Japanese officials inviting American sailors to bathe in a local bathhouse.
American soldiers and Japanese officials watching a sumo match.
Japanese officials displaying Japanese prisoners to American sailors.
A Japanese official exhibits a work of art to American sailors.
An American sailor sets up a film projector while a Japanese official watches.
A Japanese official invites an American sailor to make a move in a gambling game.
An American sailor demonstrates a telegraph while a Japanese official watches.
Differences in small-craft motor technology
Differences in distance weapons technology
Differences in textile weaving technology
Differences in boat propulsion technology
American sailors watch Japanese workers building a dike from sandbags.
American sailors supervise Japanese workers loading barrels of water onto American ships (out of the picture).
American sailors admire the scenery in the background while Japanese farmers bring in sheaves of grain.
American sailors supervise sumo wrestlers loading bags of rice onto American ships (out of the picture).
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