Bona fide of Local Villagers （The Bushido of Local villagers: No Enemies after called by God） This story had started from a small village called Shiroishi Township in Miyagi, Northern Part of Japan’s mainland during severe war time in the WW-2. What happened there, yes, it was one of story of local people showing a greater humanity and high moralities who believed [World Brotherhood] of Japan. However it gives us a sort of humanity’s warm hearted story of expressing Japanese Nature in mind with a very warm action the local folks took in their mind through this happening followed even 70 years after WW-2nd. It had happened at The Mt. Fubo. 1,700 meters high mountain-side, a small village people had built a Monument for Enemy’s 34 Bombers’ Crew members who came to Japan for [unknown Mission] in March 10th in 1945. No one knew why they came to this location 260 km up North of Tokyo, probably after bombed at Tokyo or another mission in that night, they thought. Villagers saw a huge burst and fire with big roaring sound from their Village at mount foot of which the first one at 22:23, the 2nd at 23:30 and the 3rd at 02:23. No one knows what happened at nearly on top of the Mt. Fubo which name means [Unforgettable Mountain]. So, Next morning a few Villagers with one Police climbed up to this mountain, then they found 34 dead crews’ bodies in crash sights of three huge wrecks of Air planes but no survivals. So, they collected all bodies to one place and buried them there. Then they put simple Woden Post on top of 3 groups of dead bodies. After came down to their Village, they found a radio News which mentioned those groups of bodies were probably belong to US Air Force [B-29’s Bomber’s crews] and their Group of Bombers were consisted of 325 units of B-29 bombers flied from Saipan to Tokyo and killed civilians more than 100,000 last night in Tokyo by [Incendiary Bombs]. So, they thought those three B-29 were flown over toward this Mountain after Tokyo, then crashed at this site. However, even after these villagers knew the fact of Mass Killing for [Unarmed innocent civilians] in Tokyo, they thought it had happened by Order of their Commanders within Military Action. So, villagers didn’t have any hatred to those individual American crews ever. They thought these Americans were [Called by God] accidentally, so they respectably buried them with Bushido Spirit (Chivalry manner) in this morning. After Japanese surrendered of WW-2 on August 15th in same year, one group of US Army came to Mt. Fubo and corrected all dead bodies then brought them back to somewhere through Yokohama. The local Villagers were still remembered those who lost their lives on the side of this Mountain which belongs to their Home land. So after 16 years later in 1961 of the crush, People of this village who still believed [The World Peace through the International Brotherhood] had joined together for talk of [Keep original simple tombstone] at crush sight but better build a New one at there. Then after closer to the end of WW-2’s 70 years, they talked again to build new one which to be easy accessible location. So, at [The Memorial Day of WW-2 for 70 Years Anniversary], local residents had planned to be built another Cenotaph as the Main Part of so-called newly build [The World Peace Park] at the location beside road which much lower part of Mt. Fubo. This Park had planted with both [National Flowers] of which Japanese Cherry Trees and American Dogwood Flower Trees. Beside of this, there were setting up of individual Tombstones for 34 US Crews and also elected huge Stone Monuments of the Friendship of both nations with Messages for Peace. It has completed last year and opened this Park on 02 August 2015. The Elected 34 individual Monuments for every crews were engraved with their individual full name, age, roles in Bomber, rank and DOB. Beside of those private Monuments, there were built huge [Memorial Cenotaphs] which explained about WW-2, this incident and details of each B-29. Details of Cenotaphs and Private Monuments: B29-#42-65310. 93rd Bombardment Squadron, 19th Bombardment Group. Carr, Samuel M. Captain/Pilot. BOD: 13-8-`17. Hudgins James F. 2nd Lieutenant/co-pilot. BOD: 14-12-`24. Payne Leon A. 2nd Lieutenant/Navigator. BOD: 17-02-`21. Olefirowicz Edward P. 2nd Lieutenant/Bomber. BOD: 13-10-`22. Robinson G. Leonard. 2nd Lieutenant/Engineer. BOD: 26-7-`22. Tully Frabcis E. Warrant Officer/Flight Officer. BOD: 31-10-`24. Tice Gilbert N. Corporal. Rader Operator. BOD: 13-9-`21. Kish Joseph Jr. Corporal. Central Fire Control. BOD: 04-12-`21. Lutes. Albert D. Corporal. Gunner. BOD: 25-11-`25. Mabry Charles E. Corporal. Gunner. BOD: 2-11-`25. Lott Robert L. Corporal. Gunner. BOD: 13-11- `25. Laird Ollio J. Major. Unknown. BOD: unknown. B29-#42-63564. 52nd Bombardment Squadron, 29th Bombardment Group: Wyatt. Ferman E. 1st Lieutenant/Pilot. BOD: 03-9-`20. Moore Jack E. 2nd Lieutenant/co-pilot. BOD: 18-9-`18. Chandler Wesley O. 1st Lieutenant/Navigator. BOD: 25-11-`17. Sage Russell J. Warrant Officer/Flight Officer. BOD: 01-10-`24. Feinberg Robert. A. 2nd Lieutenant/Bomber. BOD: 10-5-`21. Rushs. Robert H. Corporal/Gunner. BOD: 15-12-`25. Schmitzer Louis M. Sergeant/Gunner. BOD: 22-3-`23. Roshiem Royal R. Technical Sergeant/Fire control. BOD: 28-5-`15. Sparks Robert. L. Corporal/Gunner. BOD: 25-5-`25. Richards Jr. Ward F. Corporal/Gunner. BOD: 28-9-`25. Smith Randolph H. Corporal/Gunner. BOD: 14-8-5. B-29-#44-69747. 873rd Bombardment Squadron, 498th Bombardment Group: Kordermeier Hubort L. 2nd Lieutenant/Pilot. BOD: 27-01-`20. Dean Claude T. 2nd Lieutenant/co-pilot. BOD: 18-7-`17. Gottlieb Leonard. 2nd Lieutenant/Navigator. BOD: 16-11-`21. Owens Robert L. 2nd Lieutenant/Bomber. BOD: 21-01-`20. Raybould Harold. 2nd Lieutenant/Engineer. BOD: 21-3-`22. Boskovich Martin. Sergeant Class-2. BOD: 13-3-`21. Reneau Smuel F. Staff Sergeant/Rader-Operator. BOD: 29-12-`20. Henry S. Solmon. Sergeant/Fire-control. BOD: 15-12-`23. Bretag Ernest L. Sergeant/Right gunner. BOD: 13-3-`21. McMahon Martin J. Jr. Sergeant/Left gunner. BOD: 18-12-`24. Fry William E. Sergeant/Tail gunner. BOD: 5-01-`20. I wish to every American people to tell about newly built this [World Peace Park] in Shiroishi, Japan if you would find someone’s bereaved families or friends of those deceased Crew Members in list where I would like to send more details of this Park and location etc. by through following my [e-mail address]. My name: Ken Tokura. Coordinator, Australian Cowra Japanese War Cemetery and President, Australia-Japan Cultural Exchange Association. Mail Address: firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you.