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A Lifelong Pilgrimage

By Nick Turner About two months ago, I found myself staring at the entrance of a rectangular building in a dry field somewhere in southern...

Corn and Rice with Corn Silk Tea

By Kanako Koizumi What is your favorite corn dish? Corn is one of the most widely consumed grains in the world, and no matter where...

An American Dream tells A Japanese American story through Opera

In a time where those perceived as outsiders continue to face discrimination in the U.S., Seattle Opera presents an American story of justice denied....

J-style Yoshoku Coming to Bothell Café Soleil chefs start Yoshoku menu...

by Minami Okada, Translated by Misa Murohashi The North American Post Nakagawa, a Japanese restaurant in Bothell, will begin serving Japanese style yoshoku dishes in September....

Osara Commissary in Pike Place Market brings contemporary Japanese products,...

by Nick Turner, The North American Post A new business made its modest beginnings in a sunlit room in the lower levels of Pike Place Market...

The challenge of “MIZUBASHO” brand bringing high-grade sake to the world’s...

By Misa Murohashi, translated by Ritsuko Morimura Mizubasho is a sake brand which has been on the wine lists of Michelin three-star restaurants such as...

Okinawa Students Participate in 33rd Okinawa Times Homestay Program

by Minami Okada, Translated by Bruce Rutledge The North American Post Twenty-two middle and high schoolers from Okinawa came to Seattle this summer to take part in...

BorderLands uses City’s New Art Space to present creative works...

by Nick Turner, The North American Post As tragedy and horror begin to hold a regular place in the daily news, people sometimes forget that those...

Community Panel Draws Parallels Between Muslim American and Japanese American Experiences

by Nick Turner Aneela Afzali was born in Kabul, Afghanistan. One day, when she was walking down the boardwalk along Alki Beach, somebody driving by...

From Hiroshima to Hope at Green Lake

by Nick Turner It’s been 72 years since the United States dropped two atomic bombs on Japan in response to the attack on Pearl Harbor....