More than 2,400 Americans were killed in the attacks and all eight U.S. battleships were damaged with four of them sunk.
Three of the four were later raised.
Only the USS Arizona remained at the bottom of the sea where a memorial has been built over it.
Many tourists from around the world have visited the memorial over the years.
Later this month the Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will join President Barack Obama in visiting Pearl Harbor.
He will be the first Japanese leader to come to the scene of this disaster.
He may see this.
I think one of the many insanities of war is that the burial place of nearly twelve hundred men has become a tourist attraction.