Read about the Nikkei experience from different perspectives. The Journal includes personal essays, research papers, human interest stories, fiction, opinions, and more.
We need your stories too! The Journal depends on people to share their views and experiences. Help to document and preserve our community stories—historic and contemporary—before they're lost.
The inspiration for this new Canadian Nikkei interview series is the observance that the gulf between the pre-WW2 Japanese Canadian community and the Shin Ijusha one (post-WW2) has grown tremendously ...
In Japanese, kizuna means strong emotional bonds. This series shares stories about Nikkei individual and/or community reaction and perspectives on the Great Tohoku Kanto earthquake on March 11, 2011 ...
Sachi Yamane, an emergency room nurse, escapes the pressure of life-and-death situations through the precise and calming world of origami. Attending an origami convention in Anaheim, California, she looks forward ...
This series traces back the life stories of women in a wide range of generations from a Japanese woman who became a wife of an American officer after WWII to ...
This series introduces the experiences of the volunteers at the Japanese American National Museum from the book Voices of the Volunteers: The Building Blocks of the Japanese American National Museum ...
Submissions accepted until September 30, 2016
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