As one would expect, Japanese American's are people originally from or with Japanese roots now living in the United States.
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A nonprofit organization documenting oral histories by Japanese Americans.
Go For Broke Educational Foundation
A nonprofit foundation producing educational programs about the history of the Japanese American veterans of World War II.
Museum and garden devoted to showcasing traditional/ contemporary culture of Japan. Preserving the uniquely American story of George Morikami and the Yamato Colony. Delray Beach, FL, US.
Japanese American National Museum
Provides information on events, exhibits, museum stores and departments, and membership.
Japanese American Veterans Association
An umbrella website representing a number of Japanese American Veterans' organizations in the United States.
Japanese Cultural & Community Center of Northern California (JCCCNC)
Cultural organization in San Francisco's Japantown, offering programs and services. Includes news, programs, events, facility, and membership information.
Little Tokyo Service Center
Lists of events, charities, meetings, and services online.
National Park Service description, travel guide, and related information.
Gil Asakawa's weekly online column of popular culture and politics from a Japanese American Perspective.
A northern California community newspaper for Japanese Americans. Information on the company, its advertisements, subscriptions, and webhosting.
Nisei Week Japanese Festival
Find out about the annual festival in Little Tokyo, Los Angeles that promotes Japanese-American culture during July and August.
United States-Japan Foundation
History, programs, application procedures, and prizes.
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