Podcast

SJCTM Title
Sounds Japanese Canadian to Me
is a podcast hosted by Raymond Nakamura and staff members at the Nikkei National Museum.  They sit around a microphone (sometimes in the museum’s collection vault – for ambience) and have a casual discussion on a chosen Japanese Canadian topic.  The goal of this endeavour is to entertain and wow people about Japanese Canadian history and culture! 

 

Episode 1 – British Columbia Security Commission

Episode 2 – Redress

Episode 3 – Picture Brides

Episode 4 – Thomas Shoyama

Episode 5 – The Murder of Naokichi Watanabe

Episode 6 – Pidgin… Bamboo English… Japlish?

Episode 7 – Prisoner of War Camps

Episode 8 – Japanese Folklore (and its Creatures)

Episode 9 – Registration Cards

Episode 10 – Hide Hyodo Shimizu

Episode 11 – Strawberry Farming in the Fraser Valley

Episode 12 – Magic Hour

Episode 13 – Franchise

Episode 14 – Aiko Saita

Episode 15 – Japanese Canadians in Japan

Episode 16 – Japanese (Canadian) Food

Episode 17 – Obon

Episode 18 – Samurai

Episode 19 – Place Names

Episode 20 – Cumberland

Episode 21 – Baseball

Episode 22 – Cherry blossoms

Episode 23 – Harmonicas

Episode 24 – Cultural Centres 

Episode 25 – Dressmaking (Our Mothers Patterns)

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