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Kobe Shimada, a film director who moved to the United States in 1999

Keiko Fukuda

When I was 25, I suddenly decided to go abroad.

Ai Fujimoto moved to the United States in 2011 with the goal of "bringing miso to the everyday American dining table."

Keiko Fukuda

Passion for fermentation

Toshi Sato, the world's best Mercedes Benz salesman who moved to the US in 1996

Keiko Fukuda

A frog jumping out of a well

Kazue Kitagakido, president of the Southern California Prefectural Association, who came to the United States in 1984 and is currently working on raising funds for her hometown, Noto.

Keiko Fukuda

There was no overseas option Just after the start of 2024, a big earthquake struck Japan. The affected area was Ishikawa Prefecture. Even here in Southern California, far away, a donation campaign is underway to send to the victims of the Noto Peninsula earthquake. The person at the center of …

Kimiko Fujita, a community leader who connects Japanese-Americans with the new Issei

Keiko Fukuda

"Maybe it's a good fit overseas."

CPA and lawyer Hikaru Fujimoto, who moved to the U.S. in 1985 and lives in Chicago

Keiko Fukuda

Pushed by his father to study in the US I got to know Hikaru Fujimoto, a CPA based in Chicago, when I interviewed him about advice on bank accounts and other accounting matters for returnees. Fujimoto's explanations were concise and clear, and I intuitively felt that there must be many …

Hiroshi Kawaguchi, a former Self-Defense Forces officer working to popularize physical education in America

Keiko Fukuda

I can't protect Japan if I stay in Japan - In 2011, I left the Self-Defense Forces and volunteered to join the U.S. military When I heard from an acquaintance of mine, who serves as the PTA president at a local school in Orange County, that "We are preparing to …

Megumi Mizutani, who connects the sister city relationship between California and Japan

Keiko Fukuda

Japanese people who "don't know about Japan" In October 2023, when I participated in a workshop organized by the California-Japan Sister Cities Network at the Consulate General of Japan in Los Angeles as a member of the Los Angeles-Nagoya Sister City Committee, I had the opportunity to meet people from …

Bringing seaweed candy to the global market — New York-born, Japan-raised Alyssa Miki

Keiko Fukuda

"Bringing the best of Japan to the world" At an event held at the official residence of the Consul General of Japan in Los Angeles, Miki Alyssa, founder and CEO of Cashi Cake Inc., set up a booth selling candies made from seaweed and gave a presentation on the product. …

Studying abroad, winning permanent residency, graduating from a US university, getting a job in Japan — Chansu, a YouTuber living in Hawaii

Keiko Fukuda

Moved to the US to become a pilot I've been watching the videos of Chansuu, who continues to share information about Hawaii as a YouTuber, for a long time, but suddenly, his true value was shown in an episode in which he reported on the current situation on the disaster-stricken …

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I'm a freelance writer living in Redondo Beach, Southern California. I have interviewed so many Japanese Americans and Shin-Issei Japanese since 1992. I really enjoy to meet people and write for Discover Nikkei.

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