Susumu Inoue, 82, a retired former agricultural lab technician from Hiratsuka, west of Tokyo, attends a food fair outside Tokyo’s Shimbashi Station on July 29, 2016. Inoue says he has mixed feelings about the U.S. “America introducing democracy to Japan after the World War II is a major contribution that I still appreciate,” he says. “But my niece married a serviceman who came to Japan after fighting in Vietnam. I think America has been involved in too many global conflicts and I don’t think that is good… Americans are those who came from around the world, whose society is diverse but unstable, with many problems such as poverty.” (AP Photo/Eugene Hoshiko)

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