Camp Zama Volunteers Feed Homeless

It’s called the Sunday Curry Patrol, and it was started 10 years ago by a church group in Yokohama, Japan. Over time, other organizations joined the effort including Touchon 106 and Masonic lodges from the Atsugi and Yokosuka naval communities. Now, they all arrive at Kannai Station every Sunday evening with curry rice, water, clothing, blankets and more for those who quietly and patiently line up for their arrival.

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