1. In order to photograph the Kin-Town girls who worked in the bars that catered to the GIs from Camp Hansen in Okinawa, Mao Ishikawa became a Kin-Town girl herself. The bar, popular with black American soldiers, became her home from 1975 to 1977 where she photographed every aspect of her life - the other girls, the soldiers who frequented the bar, the drinking, the sex, and the simple events of daily life.

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