Chuck Tasaka

Chuck Tasaka é neto de Isaburo e Yorie Tasaka. O pai de Chuck foi o quarto de uma família de 19 filhos. Chuck nasceu em Midway, na Colúmbia Britânica, e cresceu em Greenwood, B.C., até terminar o ginásio. O Chuck cursou a University of B.C. e se formou em 1968. Depois de se aposentar em 2002, ele desenvolveu um interesse pela história dos nikkeis. Esta foto foi tirada por Andrew Tripp do Boundary Creek Times em Greenwood.

Atualizado em outubro de 2015

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Isaburo Tasaka’s 100-year old Charcoal Kiln Found on Salt Spring Island

What is the old saying? “What is old is now new again.” For thousands of years, the Wakayama Prefecture craftsmen made charcoal to produce the finest steel to pound into samurai swords. These skilled Wakayama artists were coveted by the Shogun. They knew how to produce high-grade, quality charcoal to melt the iron to produce weapons as well as churning out clay potteries. Once electricity and gas were introduced, charcoal-making became a thing of the past. In present day, however, this kind of charcoal-making became trendy again and it is now widely used by exclusive chefs who grill eel and ...

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