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Archaeological Study Maps Japanese Immigrant History in Bainbridge Island

The North American Post

In 150 years of Japanese immigrant history, the early time stories have rarely been discussed except for World War II or post-war activities. An archaeological research team in Kitsap County has recently been uncovering an early Japanese sawmill village on Bainbridge Island for its historic preservation.

対談: 「日本」を見つめる日系人と日本人留学生 ~後編

The North American Post


対談: 「日本」を見つめる日系人と日本人留学生 ~前編

The North American Post


日系人との交流: 日本を知ってもらうために ~河野太郎衆議院議員~

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Washoku Competition in Seattle Recognizes Local Cuisine

The North American Post

With cooking competitions becoming widely popular on TV and at community events, Seattle became a center for a Japanese cuisine chefs’ kitchen battle last month. “Washoku World Challenge 2015” hosted a Seattle event on December 11 in Pioneer Square.

第55回海外日系人大会総括: 大会宣言発表、世界各国から140名参加 ~シアトルからは5人~ 

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A Japanese newspaper published in Seattle, Washington, the U.S. As the oldest Japanese newspaper, it widely covers the nikkei community in the Northwest region. Currently it's published weekly as a bilingual newspaper in Japanese and English. A Japanese magazine Soy Sauce is its sister paper.

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

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