Quick bites

Hawaii expat Jonas Otsuji is turning heads with his sushi in Utah. Curious? Hungry? Check him out here. . . . and from one sushi chef in Utah to another in Seattle. Remembering the legacy of...

Talking about whiskey and health

Healthy living: learning from the Japanese. Talking Japanese with the help of an iPhone. More recognition for Japanese whiskey. A memorial wall remembering displaced Japanese Americans takes shape in Seattle. Honoring the Kanrin Maru boat crew in San...

Baseball, Manzanar, and Silicon Valley

Seattle reacts to the firing of Don Wakamatsu, Major League Baseball's first Japanese American manager. Irene Hirano Inouye, former president and CEO of the Japanese American National Museum, will talk to UH Mānoa professor emeritus...

Food for the soul and peace for the mind

Japanese American war experiences fill out one Amerasian school's curriculum in Okinawa. Digging for internment history. Seattle's food options just got a little tastier thanks to a little place called Seafood City. Strolling through Little Tokyo in...

Kurt Suzuki and Writing About Japan

Oakland A's catcher and Maui native Kurt Suzuki never forgets where he is from. Turn the volume on your computers up: Writing About Japan. A documentary about groundbreaking Japanese American actor Jack Soo premieres in Sacramento. Former...

McDonald’s, Sushican, and Matsuzaka

A little bit of Hawaii and a little bit of Japan in San Francisco. The San Gabriel Valley Tribune asks: Should Pasadena City College award degrees to former students who were sent to internment camps...

Dan the Automator and mochitsuki in Michigan

The Rafu Shimpo celebrates the performances of Asian and Asian American athletes in 2009. An alarming trend concerning Asian American students and suicide. If you happen to be in the Great Lakes State, you might want...

Food, college degrees, and a little Deerhoof

The news articles, two college degrees, two intriguing stories. The city of Roseville erects a monument to honor local Japanese Americans who fought in World War II (with audio). Linda Yee, a Sedona resident, talks about...

Baked fish, basketball, and a little dragon

The Rafu Shimpo wants you to meet Jeff Hironaka, assistant basketball coach at Washington State University - and the highest ranking Japanese American coach in the country. Yukimi Nagano leads the eclectic Swedish pop group...

Samurai iPhones, Nisei Week, and Pi

Thinking about seeing a movie this week? Beware. The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard is making headlines for what some are calling racist content. And, in Japan, McDonald's unveils an ad campaign that some suspect...

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