Book Discussion – Distant Islands: The Japanese American Community in NY 1876-1930s Saturday, January 26 from 1:00 p.m. until 3:00 p.m. Japanese American Association of New York – 49 West 45th Street (between 5th and 6th Avenues), 11th Floor Admission: Free As Japan transitioned from the Edo Era to the Meiji Era, Japanese immigrants began settling in Hawaii and the U.S. mainland, including New York. … Continue reading Distant Islands: The Japanese American Community in NY 1876-1930s 🗓 🗺
In the legend of Tanabata, Princess Orihime weaved night and day, so much so that her father, the emperor of the galaxy, arranged for his workaholic daughter to meet a handsome cowherd named Hikoboshi. It was love at first sight, and the couple married immediately. Busy being a devoted wife, Princess Orihime neglected her weaving to the point that the emperor separated the young lovers, … Continue reading Celebrate the Legend of Tanabata in New York City 🗓 🗺
Panel discussion with Japanese Americans who were interned during WWII Continue reading Japanese American Experience and Incarceration during World War II: Could It Happen Again?
Japanese Consulate organizes 31 volunteers from various Japanese American community groups Continue reading Japanese Community Volunteers at Food Bank on 9/11
Documentary about 3/11 relief efforts by Japanese Americans Continue reading STORIES FROM TOHOKU to Screen at AAIFF