National Geographic : 1947 Apr
Germaine Kellerman Into the Fishing Village of Tomo Glide Two Sailing Vessels Which Have Worked Their Nets as aTeam Japan's prewar fishery held first rank. The average citizen ate 95 pounds of fish a year, and produced a large surplusfor export. War cost fishermen their rights in foreign waters. To meet Japan's food needs, General MacArthur allotted oil for fishing vessels. Tomo residents terrace the mountain slope.