Here are a few stories that we can share generation after generation. Share yours.
Custom and Creative: The Artistry of Cabinetmaker Milton Kanda
For decades, Milton transformed pieces of oak, alder and walnut into finely crafted cabinets. He was born on January 31, 1932 in Pahala, Hawaii, a small sugar plantation town, where his father worked as a machinist.
The Culture of Okinawa is the Culture of Awamori
OKINAWA, JP—Peace, Love, and Gratitude are most important to Okinawan people. So important, they infuse it into everything.
Sakae Sushi, Gardena
GARDENA, CA - Etsuko Tani is the heart of Sakae Sushi, the beloved sushi restaurant in Gardena that is keeping true to the original flavors and high standards set decades earlier.
A Tale of Two Visionaries—Harry and Harold
ARLETA, CA—Hidden in a quiet residential section of the northeastern San Fernando Valley, Nikkei Senior Gardens stands in silent tribute to two determined Japanese Americans: Harry Nakada and Harold Muraoka.
HIMEYURI: A STORY OF WAR, DEATH, LIFE AND PEACE
Arriving to our interview, Janice Suetomi (born Fumiko Tamaki) smiled, oshare in white pants, and a purple and lavender floral blouse. But, her smiles turned to sorrow, as she recalled her time in the caves.