No more close family in Japan (Spanish)

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(Spanish) I went to Japan. At first there wasn’t anyone that I knew. Because my uncle, my aunt, my mother, who all were acquainted with my childhood -- I am now eighty-one years old -- they are all dead. Their children, my cousins, have their own families and they treated me well. But when I left Japan to come to Argentina they were still babies. There are no common memories; they treated me well but there wasn’t much to talk about, it is a little sad, don’t you think?

Date: February 23, 2007
Location: Buenos Aires, Argentina
Interviewer: Takeshi Nishimura, Ricardo Hokama
Contributed by: Centro Nikkei Argentino


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