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Narumi Kurosaki Case, One Year On

by David Yamaguchi, IN OCT. 2016 AND JAN. 2017, I reported on the murders of two young Japanese female exchange students. The first was in...

Reports from Nikkei Community New Year Celebrations

Shizuoka Kenjin Club On Saturday February 11th, Seattle Shizuoka Kenjinkai held its New Year celebration dinner at House of Hong Restaurant in Seattle's Chinatown. Lillian...

Yakima Valley Museum to host first DOR Event

By Peter Arnold, Executive Director of Yakima Valley Museum Having its successful exhibition the "Land of Joy and Sorrow - Japanese Pioneers of the Yakima...

Nagasu’s triple axle helps team USA to bronze

by Bruce Rutledge, Mirai Nagasu of Arcadia, California, became the first American woman to successfully turn a triple axle in the Olympics this past weekend...

Interview with Hiroaki Takamatsu (Tableau Software Engineering Manager)

Hiroaki Takamatsu has abundant international IT experience, having taken on the important role of principal software engineering manager at Microsoft. Last year, after nearly...

The Trip of a Lifetime

By Reiko Buckles, Being half Japanese, I have always wanted to go to Japan. When I heard about this Japan trip from my mom, I...

Reports from Nikkei Community New Year Celebrations

Hiroshima Club New Year Party On Saturday January 27th, Seattle Hiroshima Club held their New Year celebration luncheon at Joyale Seafood Restaurant in Seattle's International...

Seattle kids experience elementary school life in Atami

By Taichi Yomida, Translated by Bruce Rutledge, Three Japanese elementary school students who attend a local school here in Seattle used four days of their...

Memorial service held for Issei found in forgotten Queen Anne graves

by Misa Murohashi, translated by Bruce Rutledge, Early Japanese immigrants rest in untended graves atop Queen Anne Hill in Mt. Pleasant Cemetery. Last December 24,...

Tom Douglas to bring bentos to the Eastside

by Bruce Rutledge, Restaurateur Tom Douglas will be bringing Japan-inspired bentos to the Eastside this spring. His Department Bento restaurant is scheduled to replace the...