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Japanese school

Mitsuo Ito March 23, 2005

Yes, we went to Japanese school every Saturday morning, about three, four hours Saturday morning. …


Education Japanese style (Spanish)

Venancio Shinki September 6, 2007

(Spanish) Here comes the part of the story that, because of my old age, that …


Closing the Japanese school and deportation (Spanish)

Venancio Shinki September 6, 2007

(Spanish) Before they expelled us from school, something else happened. As time passed, we believed, …


Post-war experiences in Lima (Spanish)

Alfredo Kato October 7, 2005

(Spanish) At that time I was still little, but it’s true that in the countryside …


Nihongo gakko - Preserving Japanese culture (Spanish)

Mónica Kogiso October 7, 2005

(Spanish) It’s very difficult to preserve Japanese culture within what is Argentina because on the …

Sogi,Francis Y.

Going to Japanese school

Francis Y. Sogi May 29, 2006

To our parents we spoke Japanese. Because all of us in elementary school for the …


Inclusiveness of the first Japanese colony in Paraguay (Spanish)

Emi Kasamatsu October 7, 2005

(Spanish) That was the first Japanese settlement, which was founded by my father. In 1936 …


Attending Japanese school

Johnnie Morton February 7, 2000

I think I attended for 3 years. And then my parents finally broke down. It …


Making a speech in Japanese

Johnnie Morton February 7, 2000

I was a communications major at USC and the first taste of giving a speech …

Fukuhara,Jimmy Ko

Hearing about Pearl Harbor

Jimmy Ko Fukuhara February 6, 2015

Actually, when I heard the news, at the Japanese school we had Alumni club, those …

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