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It is not easy to regard oneself as an oppressor.

While Japanese enjoyed unprecedented prosperity in recent decades, residents of Okinawa have endured a burden others simply do not appreciate, says photographer Ari Hatsuzawa, who has published a pictorial study of what he calls the complex reality in Okinawa.

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