Nikkei Chronicles #6: Itadakimasu 2! Another Taste of Nikkei Culture

How does the food you eat express your identity? How does food help to connect your community and bring people together? What kinds of recipes have been passed down from generation to generation in your family?

Submit stories that share your perspectives on and experiences with Nikkei foods by September 30, 2017. 

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Liberdade, SP, Brazil

Photos of Liberdade, in Sao Paulo city, Brazil. Liberdade is a famous ethnic Japanese Brazilian district in Sao Paulo. Photos: Gabriel Inamine


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susany (TUCSON, Arizona, United States)

Susan (Araki) Yamamura (susany) was born in Seattle, WA. When she was almost two years old, she was imprisoned with her family at Camp Harmony in Puyallup, WA, and Minidoka in Idaho during World War II. (You can download a PDF of her memories of that time: Camp 1942–1945. After retiring from her career as a computer programmer, Yamamura became a clay and watercolor artist as well as a fiction and nonfiction author. She recently began contributing stories to Discover Nikkei, and was the first to submit to Itadakimasu 2! Another Taste of Nikkei Culture.

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