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Come and celebrate the one year anniversary of Cukui and Biscuits in Japantown San Jose on Saturday, August 27 at 12 p.m.   Read the rest of this entry »

Are you prepared for a disaster, especially an earthquake?  Living in California we are in earthquake country and are all well aware we are over due for a big one.  The San Andreas fault is the next in line for a major Read the rest of this entry »

After having the privilege of interviewing PJ and Roy Hirabayashi, who are the founders of San Jose Taiko, I found out some exciting news:
“We have been working as part of the host committee to bring the 8th biennial North American Taiko Conference at Stanford on August 18-21.  We are expecting over Read the rest of this entry »

Hi Guys,

I know I have been neglecting my blog for the past few months and I apologize for not keeping up to date but some exciting news is….. I recently became an editorial intern for Nichi Bei and a free-lance writer for Nikkei West!  Below is the link to my Nichi Bei article about Lotus Preschool’s 25th Anniversary.  Lotus is a preschool Read the rest of this entry »

Looking for a way to help Japantown’s non-profit senior center?  Yu-Ai Kai is hosting a sake tasting benefit while guest enjoy a historic walk through Japantown.  The event will have various types of sake at each of the restaurants and businesses as well as the addition of the Akiyama premium sake tasting, which Read the rest of this entry »

The Japanese American Museum is one of the most interesting places to visit. After being closed for the past two years due to renovations, it is beautiful!

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