The 21st AF used a F-13 to take photos over Tokyo on Oct 13th 1944. LeMay writes that Japan will not intercept a single
super fortress to keep forces against large scale raids. The F-13 took several thousand photos for 35 minutes over
Tokyo. The F-13 was called Tokyo Rose.
Remark : Translator of B-29, Watanabe points the right date, 1st Nov
The Tokyo Rose invaded Tokyo at 9,800m altitude on a very clear day, Nov 1st 1944. Its height reached at 11,000m returning course.
The nose art of Tokyo Rose was a woman of hair style like an onion who sweeps floor with a mop. She was not attractive like other painted women in B-29s. By the way I can imagine that a lot of people saw the exhausted stream. My mother told me that she saw streams of B-29 in summer in Hokkaido.
As matter of fact, Japan misjudged invading more than 3 aircraft from information on Nov 1st 1944. So Dinahs
intercepted at full length. Tonys and Nicks of 18th, 144th, 53rd sentai did. Kitagawa says, 'I flew 11,400m high, but
B-29 was flying over the altitude.'