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  • Japanese-American Friendship Festival 2024: Day Two

    The 2024 Yokota Friendship Festival concluded its two-days worth of events with over 290,000 visitors from around Japan, May 19. The two-day bilateral festival allowed visitors to learn more about the U.S. and Japan partnership while strengthening bonds between Yokota and the local communities. The

  • Japanese-American Friendship Festival 2024: Day One

    The 374th Airlift Wing held day one of the 2024 Japanese-American Friendship Festival at Yokota Air Base, Japan, May 18.The festival gives Japanese community members a chance to come onto Yokota to see static aircraft, witness military demonstrations, learn about the capabilities and training done

  • Yokota hosts 47th annual Japanese-American Friendship Festival

    The 374th Airlift Wing hosted the 47th annual Japanese-American Friendship Festival 2023 on May 20 and 21, welcoming over 193,000 people to the Yokota Air Base airfield.The base opened to the public for two full days of aircraft static displays, live music, food, fun, and aerial exhibitions of

  • 2023 Friendship Festival highlights: Day 1

    The 2023 Yokota Friendship Festival completes the first of its two-days worth of events, as Team Yokota opens its gates to welcome approximately 67,000 guests from around the world to celebrate the enduring partnership between the U.S. and Japan and take the opportunity to help strengthen ties

  • Yokota reopens base for annual Friendship Festival

    The 374th Airlift Wing hosted the Japanese-American Friendship Festival 2022 on May 21 and 22, the first one in three years.During the two-day festival, which aims to strengthen the bilateral relationship between the United States and Japan, approximately 110,000 people visited the base.