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Yamano,Jane Aiko

Having patience in Japan, being both

Jane Aiko Yamano September 3, 2003

I try to pick up the good points from the American side and the good …

Yamano,Jane Aiko


Jane Aiko Yamano September 3, 2003

Moving here, looking like a Japanese and not speaking it really felt strange. I think …

Yamano,Jane Aiko

Preserving traditional Japanese culture

Jane Aiko Yamano September 3, 2003

At the same time, the culture that the Japanese have is something that we really …

Yamano,Jane Aiko

New Year's food

Jane Aiko Yamano September 3, 2003

And I think that the Japanese Americans eat more Japanese food than the Japanese people …

Yamano,Jane Aiko

Japanese are more accustomed to foreigners

Jane Aiko Yamano September 3, 2003

Because we look Japanese, but we really didn’t know the Japanese customs, the Japanese language…the …

Yokoyama,Wayne Shigeto

Food growing up

Wayne Shigeto Yokoyama November 13, 2003

My parents spoke Japanese to each other. My mother would speak English sentences with Japanese …

Yokoyama,Wayne Shigeto

Working at the magazine

Wayne Shigeto Yokoyama November 13, 2003

When I first came to Japan, I was just an American living in Japan. And …

Yonamine,Wally Kaname

The privations of living in post-war Japan, 1952

Wally Kaname Yonamine December 16, 2003

When we first went to Japan, we got married and went to Japan, in two …

Matsumoto,Roy H.

Kibei schoolchildren in Hiroshima, Japan

Roy H. Matsumoto December 17 & 18, 2003

I started from first grade. So I'm, I'm one of the older, but so happened …


The reason he came to the United States (Japanese)

Etsuo Hongo April 1, 2005

(Japanese) I was looking to go overseas, like America or some place. One day, I …

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