The dance and musical activities of the comfort women outside the kinds of open performances I discuss above varied widely, depending on the kind of comfort station
and the relative tolerance of owners--ranging from strict censorship to active encouragement.
This was not to be the case as this second Japanese man took her to the comfort station
. She does not know the exact location of the comfort station
, she indicated that she was so frightened that she didn't pay attention to the direction in which they were heading.
Her earliest memories of those years include being taken to a dilapidated house in Shanghai which the army had taken over in order to establish a comfort station
. "They made little stalls for us," she says, "At one point I was very ill and almost died.
The typical comfort station
was a house with ten cubicles und ten women, with strict rules of payment and a hierarchy of preferences and prices.
He added: Each garrison had a comfort station
, and ostensibly, this was to prevent the Japanese soldiers from raping the women (in the areas they occupied).
The new park design includes three fields for softball, baseball and soccer that will be open to all permitted teams, a new playground with a spray shower and swings and two basketball courts, a bocce ball court and a comfort station
. The developed 15 acres is also landscaped with interior nature trails weaving through the existing wooded areas.
Although she escaped from the comfort station
under the cover of darkness, she could not live happily with her husband after that and her son, born by a Japanese soldier, has been discriminated against in the community, according to an exhibited panel.
The project entailed the demolition and construction of a new comfort station
, usable year-round and includes vandal-resistant storage facilities and a" multipurpose room.
However, Japanese military headquarters in Jakarta closed down the comfort station
immediately after learning of the incident, and released the women.
A document also shows that the ministry and Yasukuni people, in a May 8, 1967, meeting, regarded the owner of a wartime ''comfort station
'' for nonmilitary people as a candidate for enshrinement.