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Japanese New Year traditions: a family story

tre2012 | Dec 25, 201903:36 PM     1

Well worth the read: the New Year’s traditions and history of a Japanese family in Seattle, from the early 1900’s, through the WWII internment, up to the multi–generational celebration they hold today. In Japanese New Year Dishes, a Family Connects With Its Past:

In Japanese New Year Dishes, a Family Connects With Its Past

The Sasakis have gathered in Washington State to make osechi for more than a century. Their history, including internment, is the story of many Japanese...

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