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Santo Market Owners: Helen Santo

Emiko Tsuchida

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Santo Market Owners: Earl Santo - Part 2

Emiko Tsuchida

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Santo Market Owners: Earl Santo - Part 1

Emiko Tsuchida

Any visit to the quaint neighborhood of San Jose’s Japantown often necessitates that you visit at least one of three institutions: the manju shop Shuei-Do, family favorite restaurant Gombei, and Santo Market. Serving the community since 1946, Santo Market is a haven of fresh poke, Asian produce and meats ...

Lawson Sakai - Part 4

Emiko Tsuchida

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Lawson Sakai - Part 3

Emiko Tsuchida

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Lawson Sakai - Part 2

Emiko Tsuchida

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Lawson Sakai — Part 1

Emiko Tsuchida


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Kazuki Hirose - Part 2

Emiko Tsuchida

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Kazuki Hirose - Part 1

Emiko Tsuchida


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Aiko Ebihara

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I am Yonsei, currently based in San Francisco. I'm a freelance writer and social media marketer who writes on Asian American identity and experiences, oral histories and the Japanese American internment. I love to listen to people's stories. And I'm a huge, shameless foodie.

Nikkei interests

  • community history
  • family stories
  • festival/matsuri
  • Japanese/Nikkei food
  • Japantowns
  • taiko

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