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El cacahuate japonés que nos legó la familia Nakatani

Sergio Hernández GalindoEmma Nakatani Sánchez

One of the most popular snacks in Mexico is “Japanese peanuts”. This product--which consists of peanuts with a coating made of toasted wheat flour and soy sauce--isn’t originally from Japan. It was actually invented by Yoshigei Nakatani, a Japanese immigrant who arrived in Mexico in 1932.

Kenichi Muray: El historiador de los pioneros japoneses de México

Sergio Hernández Galindo


Rosita Urano: Una niña que vivió en el campo de Temixco durante la guerra

Sergio Hernández Galindo

The former Temixco Hacienda is home to one of Mexico’s best-known and popular water parks. The vestiges of the hacienda that still remain—including the parish church and extensive gardens—lend a particular beauty to the place. Temixco (a Náhuatl word that roughly translates to “where the rock ...

Concepción Hiramuro y Francisco Akachi: Dos vidas de hijos de emigrantes que convergen

Sergio Hernández Galindo

Concepción Michie Hiramuro y Francisco Yoshitaka Akachi contrajeron matrimonio en la ciudad de Guadalajara en el año de 1963. La vida de ambos no sólo se entrelazó por el hecho de que formaron una familia; sus vidas fueron tomando rumbos paralelos al nacer en México como ...

Las políticas contra los dreamers  japoneses-americanos durante la guerra: Un racismo inhumano que persiste.

Sergio Hernández Galindo

The series of anti-immigration measures being instituted by President Donald Trump, including the proposed elimination of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, is a stark reminder of how Japanese-Americans were persecuted after the Pacific War broke out in December 1941.

Carlos Kasuga Osaka: Una historia colectiva de lucha y trabajo

Sergio Hernández Galindo

In October 2017, leading Mexican businessman Carlos Kasuga Osaka celebrated his 80th birthday. Carlos is known to many as Chairman of the Board of Directors of Yakult, a Japanese company. He has also become very famous as a public speaker, with thousands of followers on social media.

Jose Taro Zorrilla Takeda: Un arquitecto nikkei en busca de la construcción de paisajes sociales

Sergio Hernández Galindo

José Taro Zorrilla Takeda is a young Japanese-Mexican artist and architect who was educated at prestigious universities in Japan and Mexico. Through his profession and social activism, he has succeeded in combining the training both countries provided to develop his career and dedicate himself to addressing the problems facing both ...

Shozo Ogino: el cronista de los 500 años de los contactos entre México y Japón

Sergio Hernández Galindo

荻野正蔵氏が執筆した『海を越えて500年』は、メキシコと日本の交流関係を記録したすばらしい著書である。440ページに及ぶこの作品は、16世紀に当時のメキシコがまだヌエバ・エスパーニャ副王領だったころに日本と初めて交流を持ったときからはじまり、1897年以降メキシコに到着した日本人移民のたくさんの人生物語や出来事が盛り込まれている。

Isamu Carlos Shibayama y la persecución de los japoneses latinoamericanos: un expediente abierto

Sergio Hernández Galindo

Isamu Carlos Shubayama, the son of Japanese immigrants, was born in Peru in 1931. When he was still a boy, his parents, siblings and grandparents were arrested in Lima in response to a request from the U.S. government in 1944. The Shibayamas were taken to the United States, where ...

Kizuna: Nikkei Stories from the 2011 Japan Earthquake & Tsunami

Las piñatas y las mantas mexicanas que se enviaron a Japón para apoyar a los damnificados del gran terremoto de 2011

Sergio Hernández Galindo

It was early in the morning of March 11, 2011, and Midori Suzuki was having trouble sleeping. That same day, the Japanese Mexican Association was to inaugurate an art exhibit called Flor de Maguey that she had organized with some of her fellow painters. After Midori was finally able to ...

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Sergio Hernández Galindo is a graduate of Colegio de México, where he majored in Japanese studies. He has published numerous articles and books about Japanese emigration to Mexico and elsewhere in Latin America. He is currently a professor and researcher with the Historical Studies Unit of Mexico's National Institute of Anthropology and History.

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