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THREE Japanese ships will anchor off Portsmouth tomorrow.

JDS Kashima, JDS Shirayuki, and JDS Isoyuki, pictured right, are part of the Japanese Maritime Self-Defence Force Training Squadron.

They are visiting Portsmouth this week as part of a global deployment.

The ships will anchor off Portsmouth tomorrow at around 7.30pm before entering the harbour on Monday.

Members of the public can go on board JDS Isoyuki next week on Wednesday between 10am and 4pm

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