Nikkei Images is a publication of the Nikkei National Museum & Cultural Centre. The publication focuses on the history of ethnic Japanese (or Nikkei) in Canada. The first issue was published in January 1996.

Publishing Agreement
Authors, please download and sign our New Publishing Agreement, which gives us permission to both print your article in the hard copy of Nikkei Images and to put it on the www.nikkeiplace.org website.

A Call for Writers
Do you have family or community stories that should be preserved? Write for Nikkei Images, the tri-annual publication produced by the Nikkei National Museum! Join our team of writers and editors to share your ideas relating to Japanese Canadian history, culture, and arts. For more info, contact Linda Reid at lreid@nikkeiplace.org.

2018 – Volume 23

Volume 23, No. 1

  • p.4 “My Grandfather and the Cariboo Gold Mine” by Teruo Nakanishi
  • p.8 “Japanese Charcoal Pit Kilns in the Gulf Islands: History, Archaeology, Anthropology” by Stephen Nemtin
  • p.14 “Lion Valet: A Successful Dry Cleaning and Alteration Business” by Linda Kawamoto Reid and Yosh Arai
  • p.19 “A Man with Two Names” by Judy Teague
  • p.22 “Yobun Shima Uncovers a Baseball Legacy”
  • Back Cover "Hide Hyodo Shimizu's Legacy" by Michele Hii

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Volume 23, No. 2

  • p.4 "Minidoka Pilgrimage by a Canadian Yonsei" by Kayla Isomura
  • p.6 "The New Canadian’s poetic spirit" by Carolyn Nakagawa
  • p.9 “JETsetting in Japan” by Emiko Newman
  • p.12 “ 'you aren’t nice': On kinship, home, and being angry” by Nicole Yakashiro and Angela Kruger
  • p.19 “Japanese Omurice” by Yumi Nakatsu-Ariura
  • p.20 "A Yonsei Foodie Comes to Vancouver" by Kara Isozaki
  • p.21 "A Summer at the Nikkei National Museum" by Kaitlin Findlay
  • Back Cover "Marie Katsuno’s Pin" by Nathalie Picard

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2019 – Volume 24

Volume 24, No. 1

  • p.4 Kohei and Kimie Shimozawa: Memories and Thanks (Part 1) by David T. Shimozawa
  • p.9  It is Justice We Want (Part 1) by Kam Teo
  • p.16 The Suger Beet Fields and Japanese Canadian Internment by David B. Iwaasa
  • p.21 December 1941 - Hiroshi Okuda's Narrative Introduction by Trevor Wildeman, Nikkei National Museum and Landscapes of Injustice

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2016 – Volume 21

Volume 21, No. 1, Spring 2016

  • p.4 “Cindy Mochizuki’s Paper” by Carolyn Nakagawa
  • p.6 “Remembering Mits Goto” by Kiyo Goto, Sherri Kajiwara, Cathy Makihara
  • p.8 “My Father, “Repatriation” and Medicare” by Stan Fukawa
  • p.15 “Stan Fukawa: A Lifelong Advocate for the Marginalized” by Howard Shimokura and Masako Fukawa
  • p.19 “The European Gentleman” by Kim (Oikawa) Kobrle
  • p.24 “Treasures from the Collection -Branston Violet Ray Generator” by Audrey MacDonald

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Volume 21, No. 2, Summer 2016

  • p.4 “Picture Brides – An Introduction” by Howard Shimokura
  • p.6 “A Tale of Two Baa-chans” by Raymond Nakamura
  • p.8 “Leaving Home: The Lives of Japanese Picture Brides” by Lane McGarrity
  • p.11 “Picture of a Bride” by Carolyn Nakagawa
  • p.12 Lillie Reiko Hamaguchi “My Story”
  • p. 15 “Memories of Itoko Imada” compiled by Linda Kawamoto Reid
  • p. 18 “Kinori Shinohara and Sanzo Oka: About Their Marriage” by B. Masako Stillwell
  • p.24 “Treasures from the Collection – Brown Suitcase” by Jessica Gerlach

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Volume 21, No. 3, Fall 2016

  • p.4 “Our Conscription Crisis” by Kaye Kishibe
  • p.8 “Nippon Fujinkai – Japanese Women’s Associations” by Eiji Okawa
  • p.10 “From World War I Battlefields to Vancouver, BC” submitted by Susan Yatabe
  • p.14 “Aitoku Yamasaki” by Sanae Fukushima, Gen Sato, and Ruth Simpson
  • p.18 “An Extraordinary Life – Saburo Shinobu” by Susan and Kazuko Yatabe
  • p.24 “Treasures from the Collection – Bust of Yasushi Yamazaki” by Carolyn Nakagawa

Download complete issue: Volume 21, No. 3

2017 – Volume 22

Volume 22, No. 1

  • p.4 “Our Journey: Revisiting Tashme and New Denver after 70 Years”(part 1) by Micki Nakashima
  • p.8 “mensch.” by Erica Isomura
  • p.10 “Karl Konishi – a Memoir” by Karl Konishi
  • p.14 “Trans-Pacific Voyage: Kawabata Family’s 125 Years” by Yusuke Tanaka
  • p.18 “A Tribute to a Remarkable Man: Soi Isomura” by Kim (Oikawa) Kobrle
  • p.22 “Yuriko Obayashi Barrow: A Life History” by “Vicky” Yuriko Barrow

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Volume 22, No.2

  • p.4 “Our Journey: Revisiting Tashme and New Denver After 70 Years (part 2)” by Micki Nakashima
  • p. 10 “JAPANESE PROBLEM – a performance” Courtesy of Universal Limited
  • p.14 “Nakatani-Wakita: A Family Story (part 1)” by Yusuke Tanaka
  • p. 19 “Trans-Pacific Voyage: Kawabata Family’s 125 Years (part 2)”
  • p. 23 “let it not happen” poem by jeff Tanaka
  • Back cover “Telegrams to Grand Fords, 1942″ by Kaitlin Findlay

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Volume 22, No. 3

  • p.4 “Our Journey: Revisiting Tashme and New Denver After 70 Years (part 3)” by Micki Nakashima
  • p. 12 “Steveston Community Society and the Nikkei Community” by Kelvin Higo
  • p.16 “Thomas Hiroshi Madokoro”
  • p. 19 “Karl Konishi: A Memoir, part 2″ by Karl Konishi
  • Back cover “Treasure from the Collection” by Nathan Yeo

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2014 – Volume 19

Volume 19, No.1, Spring 2014

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  • 02  The Final Negotiation
  • 03  POST-REDRESS
  • 04  A Call for Justice
  • 06  Fighting for Redress
  • 08  Redress after 25 years
  • 14  What does Redress mean to you?
  • 16  A Perfect Storm
  • 18  No Japs from the Rockies to the Sea
  • 22  Midge Eulogy
  • 24  Treasure from the Collections

Volume 19, No.2, Summer 2014

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  • 01 Cover photo – The Consulate of Japan in Vancouver
  • 02 The Consulate of Japan in Vancouver
  • 03 Summer Students help us get the job done!
  • 04 PARALLEL PATHS
  • 10 elebrating 125 years of the Japanese Consulate in Vancouver
  • 14 Speaking to My Own
  • 20 Yesaki Family Chronicles – Part 1
  • 24 Treasures from the Collection

Volume 19, No.3, Fall 2014

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  • 02 Cover photo –  Tim Tamashiro Honours his Grandfather Masuro
  • 03 Remembering
  • 04 Shichi Teikichi: The First to Die
  • 06 Canadian Japanese Association (Kanada Nipponjin Kai)
  • 12 Lest We Forget 1914-2014
  • 16 Saraba…Farewell
  • 18 Private Iizuka: The Union Jack wants YOU…
  • 20 The Fighting Tenth
  • 22 Medicine Hat’s Japanese-Canadian Soldiers
  • 24 Treasures from the Collection
2015 – Volume 20

Volume 20, No. 1, Spring 2015

  • p.2 “Celebrate Spring” by Momoko Ito
  • p.3 “Time for Change” by Beth Carter
  • p.4 “Kiyoshi Izumi, Saskatchewan Nisei Architect” by Kam Teo
  • p.12 “Staying Busy in Tashme” by Linda Kawamoto Reid
  • p.14 “Racism and the Expropriation on Saltspring Island” by Brian Smallshaw
  • p.22 “The Story of the Exchange” by Howard Shimokura
  • p.24 “Treasures from the Collection – A Desk from Tashme” by Linda Kawamoto Reid

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Volume 20, No. 2, Summer 2015

  • p.4 Message from the new Director
  • p.6 “Kondo: A Shrimp Fishing Family in Vancouver”
  • p.8 “100-year old Charcoal Kiln found on Salt Spring Island”
  • p.10 “Memories of My Life” by Rev Susumu Kyojo Ikuta
  • p.17 “Tashme Historical Project: An Update”
  • p.19 “George Nakamura turns 88″ by Raymond Nakamura
  • p.19 “Treasures from the Collection”

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Volume 20, No. 3, Fall 2015

  • p.4 “Celebrating Over Thirty Years” by Sherri Kajiwara
  • p.5 “Preserving our Japanese Canadian History & Heritage” by Frank Kamiya
  • p.8 “The Last Living Asahi: Kaye Kaminishi and His Life in Baseball” by Howard Shimokura
  • p.12 The Museum in Photos
  • p.16 “Roy Tomomichi Sumi: Renowned Designer and Architect of Japanese Gardens” by Emiko Sumi and Howard Shimokura
  • p.20 “Treasures from the Collection – Centre Model” by Carolyn Nakagawa

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2012 – Volume 17

Volume 17, No. 1, Spring 2012

  • p.1 Mrs. Hayashi’s House in New Denver
  • p.2 Life in New Denver, by Beth Carter
  • p.3 What does Membership Mean, by Beth Carter
  • p.4 Where Canadian Nikkei were Exiled, by Stan Fukawa
  • p.6 The Power of Euphemism, by Roy Miki
  • p.7 Reflections, by Ken Noma
  • p.8 Life in a “Self-supporting” Nikkei Family’s Shack, by Stan Fukawa
  • p.11 Lemon Creek Memories, by Midge Ayukawa
  • p.17 It happened here too, by Alexandra Wood
  • p.18 Memories of Taylor Lake, by Linda Kawamoto Reid
  • p.22 Oak Bluff and Winnipeg, by Margaret Lyons
  • p.24 Treasures from the Collections

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Volume 17, No. 2, Summer 2012

  • p.2  Rintaro Hayashi on the Fraser River, by Mariko Kazuta
  • p.3 Reeling in an exhibit, by Beth Carter
  • p.4 Ryoshi: Nikkei Fishermen of the BC Coast, by Raymond Nakamura
  • p.6 Jinshiro and Koyuki Yesaki, by Moe Yesaki
  • p.12 Return to Clayoquot Island, by Christine Kondo
  • p.14 Rescuing Wayward Men and Raising the Status of the Japanese In Canada:Early Goals for a Chapel/Hospital, by Stan Fukawa
  • p.17 The Restoration of Two Japanese-built Fishing Boats, the ‘NAKATA’ and ‘SEAGULL,’ by Robert Critchley
  • p.11 Lemon Creek Memories, by Midge Ayukawa
  • p.17 It happened here too, by Alexandra Wood
  • p.18 Confiscation of vessels owned by Nikkei fishermen, 1941, by Masako Fukawa
  • p.24 Treasures from the Collection, by Bronwen Bird

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Volume 17, No. 3, Fall 2012

  • p.1 Skating Gals At Tashme
  • p.2 Were You In Tashme?
  • p.3 Many Thanks…, by Beth Carter
  • p.4 95th Anniversary Of Vimy Ridge, by Linda Reid
  • p.6 Victoria’s Japanese Tea Garden, by Ann-Lee & Gordon Switzer
  • p.12 Birch Shinai, by Hirokazu Okusa
  • p.15 Kamiya Family Relocation To Oak Bluff, Manitoba, by Frank Kamiya
  • p.118 Memories … From The 1930’S To The 1950’S, by Mitsuko Shirley Teramoto
  • p.24 Treasures from the Collections

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2013 – Volume 18

 

Vol. 18, No. 1 Spring, 2013

  • p. 2  “The Strength of Nikkei Women”
  • p. 3  “Telling Everyone’s Stories in the Museum” by Beth Carter
  • p. 4  “The Diary of Kazue (Shiyoji) Oye” translated by Stan Fukawa
  • p. 10   “Jean Shigeko Kitagawa” by Masako Fukawa
  • p. 16 “Celebrating Nikkei Women”
  • p. 18   “My Share of Good Luck” by Margaret Lyons
  • p. 24  “Treasures from the Collection”

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Vol. 18, No. 2  Summer, 2013

  • p. 2  “Japanese Canadians at Hastings Park, 1942″
  • p. 3  “Crossing Borders” by Beth Carter
  • p. 4  “Reminiscences of My Stay in the Livestock Building” by Frances Kuniko Nakagawa
  • p. 6  “The Nishimura Family Internment Experience” by James Nishimura
  • p.11  “The Making of a “Re-pat” [Kika Nisei]” by Kaye Kishibe
  • p. 12  “Nisei 5-pin Bowling Leagues in BC” by Masako Fukawa
  • p.17  “Shirley Yamake Kakutani Omatsu” by Linda Kawamoto Reid
  • p.18  “Remembering Yasunobu (Anshin) Sugwara” by Stan Fukawa
  • p. 20  “The Last Japanese Family to Leave Tashme” by Tak Negoro
  • p. 24  “Treasures from the Collection”

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Supplemental Article: The Making of a Re-Pat by Kaye Kishibe

 

2010 – Volume 15

Special Anniversary Issue 2010

  • p. 3  “Celebrating Ten Years!” by Miko Hoffman
  • pp. 4-5  “The Dream of the Centre” by Cathy Makihara
  • pp. 6-7  “Saving the History of Japanese Canadians” by Frank Kamiya and Stan Fukawa
  • pp. 8-9   “Treasures from the Collections”
  • pp. 10-11  “The Auxiliary: Volunteer Service for the Centre and the Greater Community” by Yoshi Hashimoto
  • p. 12 “Thank you”
  • p. 13 “Thomas Kunito Shoyama” by Michiko Midge Ayukawa
  • p. 13  “George Oikawa – Persistence Pays Off!” by Linda Reid
  • p. 14  “Fond Recollections”

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Vol. 15, No. 1  Spring, 2010

  • p. 2  “The Faces of 328 Powell Street” by Carmen Lam
  • p.3  “Big Changes with Nikkei Images” by Beth Carter
  • p.4  “The Hirota/Obayashi Families” by Theodore T. Hirota
  • p.10  “A Sewing Pattern for a Boy’s Sailor Suit” by Alexis Jensen
  • p.12  “The Tanaka Tofu Shop on Powell Street” recorded by Stanley Fukawa, edited by Mickey Tanaka
  • p. 16  “The Japanese Population of Steveston at the Turn of the Twentieth Century” by Mitsuo Yesaki
  • p.18  “The Japanese Cemetery in Broome, Australia” by Stanley Fukawa

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Volume 15, no.2, Summer 2010

  • p.2  “Powell Street, c.1936″
  • p.3  “Celebrating our National Heritage” by Beth Carter
  • p.4  “A Cultural Trip to Korea” by Yvonne Wakabayashi
  • p.6  “The Name of the Father of the Boy Minoru” by Stan Fukawa
  • p.8  “Grandfather Kenjiro” by Laurie Dinsmore
  • p.10  “Jordan Kitagawa” by Landon Kitagawa
  • p.15  “My Olympic Paintings” by Joyce Kamikura
  • p.16  “Remembering the 1907 Anti-Asian Riot” by Stan Fukawa
  • p.17  “Ebisu Park” by Masako Fukawa
  • p.22  “Happy Times” by Theodore T. Hirota
  • p.24  “Treasure from the Collections”

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Volume 15, no.3, Winter 2010

  • p.2 A Southeast Asian Diary, 1946
  • p.3 A New Plan for the Future, by  Beth Carter
  • p.4 The Rogers Pass Avalanche, by Tomoaki Fujimura
  • p.10 The Taiji Whale Museum, by Mitsuo Yesaki
  • p.13 In memory of Misao Fujiwara, by Frank Kamura
  • p.13 Grandfather Kenjiro – an addition, by Laurie Dinsmore
  • p.14 Four years in Hell, book review by Mitsuo Yesaki
  • p.16 Remembering the “Forgotten War”- Japanese Canadians in Korea, 1950-1953, by Roy Kawamoto
  • p.20 The Gardeners’ Association and the Nikkei Centre’s Mochi-Tsuki, by Stan Fukawa
  • p.21 Misty Skeena River (a short excerpt), by Tom Sando
  • p.22 Nikkei Place: Rebuilding a Sense of Place in the Nikkei Landscape, by Michael C. Wilson
  • p.24 Treasures from the Collection, by Alexis Jensen

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Misty Skeena River by Tom Sando

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2011 – Volume 16

Vol. 16, No. 1 Spring 2011

  • p.2 Store on Powell Street
  • p.3 Quick! Hayaku!
  • p.4 Monogatari: Tales of Powell Street (1920-1942)
  • p.5 Vancouver Japanese Language School & Japanese Hall
  • p.6 Powell Street and the Japanese Canadian Community
  • p.8 St. Joseph’s Oriental Hospital (1928-1946)
  • p.10 Life on Powell Street (1900-1942)
  • p.12 Back in Powell Street
  • p.16 What Powell Street Means to Me
  • p.21 Delivering Fish Products to Powell Street
  • p.22 Reflections on the Powell Street Festival
  • p.24 Folding Pocket Camera

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Vol. 16, No. 2, Summer 2011

  • p.2 The Royal Visit of 1939 by Bryan Akasawa
  • p.3 Building Community Partnerships by Beth Carter
  • p.4 A Visit to Mio Village and its Canada Immigration Museum by Stan Fukawa
  • p.6 World War II and Kika-nisei by Haruji (Harry) Mizuta
  • p.11 Two Unusual Artifacts!
  • p.12 From Kaslo to New Denver – A Road Trip by Carl Yokota
  • p.14 One Big Hapa Family by Christine Kondo
  • p.15 Jinzaburo Oikawa Descendents Survive Earthquake
    and Tsunami by Stan Fukawa
  • p.16 Growing Up on Salt Spring Island by Raymond Nakamura
  • p.20 “Just Add Shoyu” review by Margaret Lyons
  • p.21 Forever the Vancouver ASAHI Baseball Team!
    by Norifumi Kawahara
  • p.22 The Postwar M.A. Berry Growers Co-op by Stan Fukawa
  • p.24 Treasures from the Collections

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Vol. 16, No. 3, Fall 2011

  • p.1 Kojiro Ebisuzaki on Grouse Mountain
  • p.2 Ski Season!, by Momoko Ito and Beth Carter
  • p.3 Volunteers Keep the Museum Ticking, by Beth Carter
  • p.4 Background of the Japanese Canadian War Memorial Committee, by Frank Kamiya
  • p.7 Japanese Canadian Soldiers from Southern Alberta in WWII, by David B. Iwaasa
  • p.12 Asahi Team Honoured with a Plaque, by Beth Carter
  • p.13 In Memorium – James Fukui
  • p.14 Lost in Translation: Attorney Ka-a-bo-o-ru, Supporter of Japanese Canadians, by Stanley Fukawa
  • p.16 Balloon Bombs from Japan, 1945 (in Japanese) by Mr. Suguwara
  • p.22 Just enough, Book review by Mitsuo Yesaki
  • p.23 Mystery of the missing luck, Book review by Mitsuo Yesaki
  • p.24 Treasures from the Collections

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2008 – Volume 13

Volume 13, No.1  Spring 2008

  • p1. Issei Volunteer Soldiers of the First World War by kaya Kishibe
  • p6. My Life as an Immigrant, Artist and Gallery Owner by Motoko
  • p10. Ben Akira Iwasaki: How to Live to be Over One Hundred by Lynne R. Gardiner
  • p16. Travis Murao: A Profile in Courage by Kim Kobrle
  • p19. Heritage on the Rocks: Nori-Tori on the West Coast by Ann – Lee Switzer
  • p23. Lemon Creek Reunion – Toronto 2007 by Leslie Komori
  • p26. Nikkei Fishermen Biographies and Photos Volume Launched by Stan Fukawa
  • p27. Nikkei Place Update – February 2008 by Cathy Makihara

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Volume 13, No.2  Summer 2008

  • p. 1  “Kaslo Museum Exhibit Honours Wartime Nikkei Journalists” by Stan Fukawa
  • p. 3  “The Cork Mill” by Doreen Montgomery Braverman
  • p. 5  “The Box” by Theodore T. Hirota
  • p. 6  “Jujiro Wada – Dog-Musher under the Northern Lights” by Lillian Nakamura Maguire
  • p. 8  “Three Films by Hirokazu Kore-eda” by Rhys Davies, QC
  • p. 11  “Artisan Sakemaker Celebrates First Year Anniversary” by Carl Yokota
  • p. 12  “Memories of BC’s Soft Fruits” by Margaret Lyons
  • p.  13  “The Vancouver Junior Go Association” by Paul Fulford
  • p. 14  “Family History Series No.9: Nikkei Fisherman Tohachiro “Toki” Kondo” by Christine Kondo
  • p. 19  “JCNM and UBC Press Launch Two New Books”
  • p. 20  “The Canadian National Wildfowl Carving Championship” by Mitsuo Yesaki
  • p. 21  “Traditional Remedies, Part 2″ by Mary Ohara
  • p. 21  “An Umeboshi a Day…” by Christine Kondo
  • p. 21  “Medicinal Umeboshi” by Shizuko Mikurube
  • p. 22  “32nd Annual Powell Street Festival”
  • p. 23 “Redress 20th Anniversary Celebrations”
  • p. 23  “The Life of Paper; JCNM Exhibit”
  • p.24  “Otakara Hakkutsu – a Big Success” by Carl Yokota

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Volume 13, No.3  Fall 2008

  • p. 1  “The River Garage” by Theodore T. Hirota
  • p. 3  “20th Anniversary of Japanese Canadian Redress Settlement – Let’s Celebrate Together” by Grace Eiko Thomson
  • p. 4  “Giri and Ninjo: Reflections on Redress” by Terry Watada
  • p. 10  “Mithlkum Belis: Nisga’a’s Shining Star” by Carl Yokota
  • p. 14  “1897 Constitution of the Steveston Fishermen’s Dantai” translated with comments by Stan Fukawa
  • p. 16  “The Hope Friendship Garden: A Memorial” by Stan Fukawa
  • p. 17  “Wild Birds” exhibit
  • p. 18  “The Reality of Nikka Yuko” by Robert Hironaka
  • p. 20  “Harbour Publishing Announces Second Book on Nikkei Fishermen”
  • p. 20  “JCNM and Nikkei Place Highlights”
  • p. 21  “Watari Dori – Capturing the Redress Spirit” by Carl Yokota
  • p. 21  “A Family Affair” by Maiko Bae Yamamoto

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Volume 13, No.4, Winter 2008

  • p. 1  “Messages from Cathy Makihara, Craig Ngai Natsuhara and Miko Hoffman”
  • p. 3  “Board of Directors of the National Nikkei Museum & Heritage Centre”
  • p. 3  “2nd Annual NAAAP Spotlight on Leadership Honours Harry Aoki” by Stan Fukawa
  • p. 4.  “Book Review: Hiroshima Immigrants in Canada 1891-1941 (Michiko Midge Ayukawa)” reviewed by William McMichael
  • p. 6  “Artist/Craftsman Series No.13: Dreams, Reflections and Flight” by Naoko Takenouchi
  • p. 9  “Redress – 20 Years Later” by Art Miki
  • p. 10  “Satoshi (Sally) Nakamura (1908-1992)” by Kaye Kishibe
  • p. 12  “The Journey to Find My Father’s Resting Site in Japan” by Ken Kiyoshi Endo
  • p. 16  “Greenwood, Midway, Grand Forks and Christina Lake Reunion, June 29th, 2008″ by Carol Sogawa
  • p. 17  “Family History Series No.9: A Story of a Berry Farming Family” by Linda Kawamoto Reid
  • p. 22  “Book Review: Wild Birds (Donna Yoshitake Wuest) reviewed by Edzard Teubert
  • p. 23  “野鳥 (Wild Birds)” by Sakura Nishimura – in Japanese

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2009 – Volume 14

Volume 14, no.1, Spring 2009

  • p1. Susumu ‘Sus’ Tabata by Susanne Tabata
  • p5. The Japanese Fishing Community of Ucluele Pre-1942 by Larry Mackawa
  • p8. Spirit of the Nikkei Fleet BC’s Japanese Canadian Fisherman
  • p9.  Order of Canada Receipients in the Nikkei Community by Carl Yokota
  • p10. Dantai Constitution, 1900 translated by Stan Fukawa
  • p15. Nikkei Group Formed in Yukon by Fumi Torigai
  • p15. Wada Mysteries Uncoverd in Yukon by Lillian Nakamura Maguire
  • p16. 解明される和田重次郎の謎、ユーコン (リリアン中村マグワイアー)
  • p17. チゴ畑の家の話
  • p22. ブック・レビュー”日系人の経験と国際移動”

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Volume 14, no.2, Summer 2009

  • p.1  “New Museum Director-Curator: Beth Carter” by Miko Hoffman
  • p.2  “Report from Beth Carter”
  • p. 2  “A Review of Obachan’s Garden” by Rhys Davies
  • p. 4  “Ucluelet Fishermen’s Coop Constitution (Yuukuretto Gyogyo Kaisha Kiyaku)” translated by Stan Fukawa
  • p. 11  “National Association of Japanese Canadians Endowment Fund Recipients”
  • p. 11  “Report from the Executive Director” by Miko Hoffman
  • p.13  “Hapa – the New Face of the Japanese Canadian Community” by Christine Kondo
  • p.15  “Making Two Good Books – Nikkei Fishermen” by Paul Kariya
  • p.16  “The Tasaka Family History” by Ted Ohashi and Yvonne Wakabayashi
  • p.22  “Nikkei Place Volunteer Appreciation BBQ” by Carl Yokota
  • p23. サンドン 西村咲弥訳

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Volume 14, no.3, Winter 2009

  • p.2  “Koichiro Sanmiya at the Hollow Tree 1920″ by Laura Hough
  • p.3  “Discovering the Collections” by Beth Carter
  • p. 3  “Twice Was Nice: A Royal Japanese Experience” by Carl Yokota
  • p.8  “Classic WW II Recipe for Stretching Soy Sauce in Canada” by Stan Fukawa
  • p.9  “Japanese Canadian Fishermen’s Assn Contributions” by Stan Fukawa
  • p.12  “The Japanese Weapon in the Strawberry King Competition” by Stan Fukawa
  • p.13  “A Christmas Tale” by Tom Sando
  • p.15  “Shoji Nishihata: Profile of a JCNM Volunteer” by Linda Kawamoto Reid
  • p.17  “I Felt We Had Come a Long Way” by Daniel Pi
  • p.19  “The Legacy of Nakamura Florist” by Linda Kawamoto Reid
  • p.23  “Hidden Treasures of the JCNM” by Sean Riley
  • p.24  “Two Views”

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2006 – Volume 11

Vol. 11, No. 1 Spring 2006

  • A Journal Comes of Age: a decade of Nikkei Images
  • Reminiscing about the Steveston Japanese Language School and Moncton Street
  • Steveston Japanese School
  • Vancouver Japanese Language School and Japanese Hall
  • From ‘Bridge Across the Pacific’ to ‘Global Citizen’: Japanese as a Heritage Language in Canada
  • Osaka Science Centre Hosts Kusaka Symposium
  • Journey as an Artist
  • Japanese Canadian National Museum Report – Spring 2006
  • Yoshio Johnny Makokoro (Part 1)
  • Gordon Ryo Kadota Awarded Order of Rising Sun
  • Valuing Our Heritage: It’s Your Choice
  • Suian Maru Centennial Update
  • Botched Japanese language article
  • Membership

Vol. 11, No. 2 Summer 2006

  • Oikawa Nappa – a Nikkei Heritage Spring Vegetable
  • Japanese Canadian National Museum and Its Origins
  • Japanese Canadian History Preservation Committee, 1984-1988
  • A Heartwarming Story About Searching Family Roots
  • Beaconsfield Book of the Month Meeting
  • Yoshio Johnny Madokoro (Part 2)
  • Japanese Canadian National Museum Report – Summer 2005
  • The Naming of Minoru Park in Richmond, BC
  • Images of Internment’ Exhibition Opening
  • Senji Nakamura
  • Yama Sen no Bankuba Jidai
  • Memberships

Vol. 11, No. 3 Autumn 2006

  • Portland Japanese Garden
  • The Japanese Garden at Dinner Bay, Mayne Island
  • Seattle Japanese Garden
  • Maestro Derrick Inouye
  • Yoshio Johnny Madokoro (Part 1)
  • Post-War Japanese Immigrants and their involvement in the Community
  • Remembrances of New Denver, 1942-1946
  • My Dual Affiliations with Japan and Canada
  • Oikawa Collection and Suian Maru Descend-ents Return to the Fraser
  • Masao (Mas) Kawanami 1923-2005
  • Report on the Annual General Meetinf of the National Nikkei Museum and Heritage Centre
  • Japanese Familis on Annacis, Don and Lion Islands and Queensborough
  • Kami ga watashi o Nihon ni tsukasasreta
  • Memberships

Vol. 11, No. 4 Winter 2006

  • Mr. Nishikaze’s Rock Garden: an Obsession
  • A Legacy of Teaching
  • Greg Miyanaga, a Master Teacher
  • Yoshio Johnny Madokoro (Part 3)
  • Ian Alistair Mackenzie
  • A Book Review of ‘A Black Mark’
  • Seattle’s Nihonmachi Past Found at the Panama Hotel
  • Fraser River Shad
  • My History of Ochazuke
  • 35 Year History of the Gladstone Nippongo Gakuen and Japanese Language Education in BC
  • Remembering Oikawa Jima and Sato Jima, BC
  • Japanese Canadian National Museum
  • Mrs. Takenaka and the Writings of Mikio Higashi
  • Many Thanks to Suian Maru Supporters, Donors
  • Kanbarando in Japanese
  • Memberships
2007 – Volume 12

Volume 12, No.1, Spring 2007

  • Thomas Kunito Shoyama: My Mentor, My Friend
  • National Treasure Lost, Nikkei Community Loses Inspirational Leader
  • Message to the Students
  • Why I Am Buying Victory Bonds
  • So This Was Our Domination
  • The Paradox of the Vancouver Riot of 1907
  • Powell Street Riot
  • Perspectives on the 1907 Riots
  • Kozo Kitagawa and the Omiya Shoten and Tad’s Sporting Goods
  • Hapa Animator a Voice for the Future
  • Japanese Canadian National Museum: Winter 2006 Highlights
  • Nitobe Memorial Garden
  • February 2007 Nikkei Place Update
  • Kenzo Mori
  • バンクーバー暴動

Volume 12, No.2, Summer 2007

  • Tosh Mukaida: A man of Convictions
  • Potato Kings, the Fujimoto Clones
  • Support your Museum with a Gift or Bequest
  • A Tribute to Sakuya Nishimura
  • Norm Takeuchi’s Banners Grace Vancouver Streets
  • Nikkei Fishermen’s Project Two-Volume History Coming Soon
  • Organizing the 2007 Anniversaries of Change
  • Always reviewed
  • Profile of Chef Daryle Ryo Nagata
  • June 2007 Nikkei Place Update
  • Mary Miki Madokoro (nee Kimoto)
  • Things to Remember When Visiting North America’s Japanese Gardens
  • Remembering Jack Duggan
  • 2007 Obon Tour of Vancouver Island

Volume 12, No.3, Autumn 2007

  • Alisa Noda(1956 – 2007)
  • A Celebration of Life – Alisa Noda
  • Gobo – A Japanese Canadian Heirloom Vegetable
  • What’s New and Different for Fall 2007
  • Matsutake Dreaming
  • Nikkei War Veterans: Ryoichi and Yutaka Kobayashi
  • The Memorial on Vimy Ridge
  • My Time in Tokyo
  • Anniversary 07 – Remembering the Asian History og WC Canada
  • Mary Miki Madokoro (nee Kimoto)(Part II)
  • A Friend indeed – Memories of Jack Duggan
  • Japanese Fisherman’s Hospital Office and Nurses’ Residence
  • "The Burmese Harp” and “Fire on the Plains”
  • Traditional Remedies
  • My Life So Far
  • p.27 ノース・バンクーバー日系伐採キャンプについて

Volume 12, No.4, Winter 2007

  • John Endo Greenaway Honoured
  • Remembering George Oikawa
  • Mits Hiyashi Honoured by Japanese Foreign Ministry
  • George Oikawa: Words of Remembrance
  • A Pastor from Steveston, Eddie Sensei
  • History of the Vancouver Buddhist Temple
  • Hamilton Japanese United Church
  • The Sept. 1907 Riot and Gentlemen’s Agreement
  • Mary Miki Madokoro (nee Kimoto) Part III
  • Nikkei Place Update
  • The Way of Tea
  • Osake: One Man’s Vision
  • カルタの歴史-西村咲弥著 (The History of Karuta)
2004 – Volume 9

Volume 9, No.1, Spring 2004

  • 01  From the Diaries of the Rev. Kosaburo Shimizu
  • 06  A Legacy of Two Cultures
  • 08  The Oriental Home and School in Victoria
  • 09  Steveston Buddhist Temple 75th Anniversary
  • 10  Early Days in Silverdale
  • 12  The Ikeda Family and the Canadian Men’s National Gymnastics Team
  • 13  A Wildlife Photographer
  • 16  Life After 42
  • 18  Japanese Canadian Internment Camp in Eatonville?
  • 19  Things Japanese Sale
  • 19  From the Museum – A report from the Manager/Curator

Volume 9, No.2, Summer 2004

  • 01  The Shimizu Family Story
  • 07  Aiko Sato, 1909-1954
  • 09  History of the United Church of Canada with the Japanese
  • 10  God Sent Me to Japan
  • 16  Soichi Shiho, Recipient of Royal Canadian Humane Association Citations
  • 17  Nikkei Week 2004
  • 18  From the Museum – A Report by the Manager/Curator
  • 18  JCNM Lecture Series: Canadian and American Treatment of the Nikkei, 1890-1941: A Comparison
  • 19  Re-opening the Gate: Japanese Immigration to Canada, 1945-1967
  • 20  Dr. Henry Shimizu, Order of Canada Award

Volume 9, No. 3, Autumn 2004

  • 01  Princess Takamado Visits Steveston and the Nikkei Centre
  • 02  Duck Decoys: From Utilitarian Object to Art Form
  • 08  The Shimizu Family Story Part II: Life and Times at Store and Fisgard Sts
  • 14  Visit of the ASAMA and AZUMA to Vancouver, June 19 to 23rd, 1914
  • 17  Shashin: Japanese Canadian Studio Photography to 1942
  • 18  Japanese Canadian National Museum Report, Fall 2004
  • 19  Board of Directors, NNMHC, 2004-2005
  • 19  Nikkei Week 2004 Schedule Announced
  • 19  Things Japanese Sale

Volume 9, No.4, Winter 2004

  • 01  Archaeology of Nikkei Logging Camps in North Vancouver
  • 03  Richmond’s Strawberry King
  • 05  Berry Picking in Mount Lehman
  • 06  The Times They Are A’Changin
  • 10  Family History Series No.2: Masao and Fumie Hayashi (Part 1)
  • 18  Artist/Craftsman Series No.4: Sharon Minemoto Leads Vancouver Jazz Quintet
  • 20  Katari Taiko Turns 25!
  • 21  Nikkei Week Salutes Unique Century of Nikkei Farms
  • 22  Japan Trip – Player’s Observations
  • 23  Japan Trip – Parent’s Observations
  • 24  Yamanaka Lacquer Ware Artisans Visit Nikkei Place
2005 – Volume 10

Vol. 10, No. 1 Spring 2005

  • For the Love of the Game
  • Nikkei Logging Site Tour
  • Textile Artist: Yvonne Wakabayshi
  • About Mr. Osamu Kasahara
  • Masao and Fumie Hayashi (Part 2)
  • Nikkei Thoughts on Writing
  • Shashin: Japanese Canadian Studio Photography to 1942
  • Shashin: Japanese Canadian Studio Photography to 1942
  • Shuichi Kusaka: 1915-1947
  • The Chinese Canadian Historical Society (CCHS) is Formed
  • Japanese Canadian National Museum Report for Spring 2005
  • Thomas Kunito Shoyama Receives Another Honour
  • In the News – Sampling the Archival Treasure Trove
  • Asahi Exhibition Receives Gifts from Sponsors
  • Jan-Ken-Pon! Family Games Day
  • Memberships

Vol.10, No.2 Summer 2005

  • The Call of the Amazon
  • The Koyama Home and Four Lanterns
  • Shirley Takako Inouye – Ocean Inspired Artist
  • Dr. John Stanley (Stan) Rowe (1918-2004)
  • The Thomas K. Shoyama Papers at Library and Archives Canada
  • The Little Town That Did: The People of Chemainus and the Japanese
  • Glencoe Sugar Beet Camp, May 29th – November 12th, 1942
  • The SUIAN MARU Centennial Celebration
  • Kushiro Sister City Delegation to Burnaby
  • Worth a Thousand Words
  • Japanese Canadian National Museum Report
  • Request for Information

Vol. 10, No. 3 Autumn 2005

  • Zennosuke Inouye: Canadian Veteran
  • Japanese Canadian Veterans and War Memorial in Stanley Park
  • Unveil Japanese Memorial Today Vancouver Sun, April 9,1920, with permission
  • Unveil Shaft to Japanese Soldiers Vancouver Daily Province, April 9, 1920, with permission
  • Monument to Japanese Canadian Volunteers Serving in Great European War summarized from Tairiku Nippo, April 9, 1920
  • Lest We Forget: A Dedication to Commemorate the Re-lighting of the War Memorial to Japanese Canadian Soldiers of World War I, Aug. 2, 1985
  • Yoshizo and Alice Myra Takeuchi
  • Thoughts on the Canadian Japanese Volunteer Corps
  • Fred Kagawa’s War: Etobicoke Veteran Served Country and King with Psychological Operations
  • Upcoming NNMHC Events
  • Japanese Canadian National Museum – Fall 2005 Report
  • NNMHC Role in the Kushiro 40th Anniversary Visit
  • Book Review: Tasaka
  • Tamaka Fisher: Life artist
  • Photos of Stan Rowe
  • NNMHC Annual General Meeting, 2005
  • Sutanree Koen no Kanada Giyuhei Kinin-hi Article in Japanese on JC War Memorial, Stanley Park
  • Membership

Vol. 10, No. 4 Winter 2005

  • The Story of Tagami Bros., Lumber
  • A Search for Kilns in Japan
  • Masako Hori: Creating an Awareness of Traditional Japanese Art Forms
  • The Saito Berry Legacy
  • Japanese Canadian National Museum Report – Winter 2005
  • Peter Shoji Yamauchi
  • Lest We Forget from Remembrance Day Ceremony at Stanley Park, Nov. 11, 1992
  • Artifacts from Early 20th C. Nikkei Logging Camps in North Vancouver
  • Nikkei Logging on the North Shore
  • Lumber Industry Material from the Museum Collection
  • Higashi Mikio shi no Zuihitsu to Takenaka-san (in Japanese)
  • Memberships
2002 – Volume 7

Volume 7, No.1, Spring 2002

  • 01  Celebration of Japanese Canadian Redress
  • 02  Yoshio Johnny Madokoro
  • 06  Memoirs of Yukinori Peter Takasaki
  • 07  Jiro Kamiya, Master Carpenter
  • 09  Still Lingers On: The 60th Anniversary of the Internment - Part I
  • 13  Tashme School Days
  • 14  My Most Vivid Memories of Evacuation
  • 15  Watari Dori (A Bird of Passage)
  • 19  JCNM Mochitsuki Report
  • 20  JCNM New Board Members

Volume 7, No.2, Summer 2002

  • 01  A History of the Steveston Judo Club
  • 04  Pilgrimage to Manzo Nagano’s Grave Site
  • 06  Richmond Tall Ships 2002
  • 07  New Denver Revisited – Commemorating the 60th Anniversary of the Forced Relocation of Japanese Canadians
  • 08  Nikkei Week 125
  • 08  University of Victoria Conference
  • 08  Toyoaki Takata, 1920-2002
  • 09  Paul Kariya Heads Pacific Salmon Foundation
  • 10  Angler POW Camp 101

Volume 7, No.3, Autumn 2002

  • 01  Kendo in Canada, 1900-1950
  • 03  Our Living Treasure: Thomas Kunito Shoyama
  • 04  Tsuneharu Gonnami
  • 05  Why Hakujin Can’t Catch Sockeye or a Japanese Canadian Fishing Legacy?
  • 06  Home Again (Terminal Island)
  • 07  Spirit of Steveston
  • 07  Galiano Island Vice-Regal Visit
  • 09  Speaking Notes for Mayne Island Japanese Garden Dedication Ceremony
  • 10  The NIPPON MARU Visit
  • 11  Japanese Canadian National Museum Members Vote YES on Merger
  • 12  Still Lingers On: The 60th Anniversary of the Internment -  Part II
  • 18  My Experiences During the Second World War
  • 20  Nikkei Week Festivities, 2002

Volume 7, No.4, Winter 2002

  • 01  Nikkei Week 125th Anniversary Dinner Address
  • 04  JCNM President’s Report
  • 07  UVic Conference – Changing Japanese Idenitities in Multicultural Canada
  • 07  Early Japanese Canadian Community in Tofino
  • 10  A Nagaya in Vancouver
  • 11  Proposed Project for the 50th Anniversary of the Steveston Judo Club
  • 12  A Perfect Gift for the Holidays at the Museum Shop
  • 12  Roy Miki Wins 2002 Governor General’s Award for Poetry
  • 13  How Long Was Amerika’s Five Years
  • 14  Memories of East Lillooet
2003 – Volume 8

Volume 8, No.1, Spring 2003

  • 01  Pioneer Issei: Tomekichi Homma’s Fight for the Franchise
  • 06  Tomekichi Homma
  • 08  Personal Recollections of Tomekichi Homma
  • 09  Recent Archives of Acquisitions at JCNM
  • 10  I Was Not a Good Detective
  • 11  Book Review – Japanese Community in Mission
  • 12  Sources of Historical and Genealogical Information in Japan
  • 13  Steve Turnbull Appointed Manager Curator of JCNM
  • 15  Ties to the EMPRESS
  • 16  A Call for Pre-War Oshogatsu Celebration Stories

Volume 8, No.2, Summer 2003

  • 01  A Valuable Addition to the Japanese Canadian Museum Archives
  • 02  Jitaro Charles Tanaka and Sumilo Suga Tanaka Collection
  • 04  My Training on the Koto
  • 05  Otowa Ryu Japanese Dance Group
  • 06  Nishikawa Dance Group
  • 07  An Inventory of Steveston Judo Club Photographs
  • 08  Resources on Internment
  • 09  A Legacy of Stories: Storytelling in My Life
  • 10  JCNM Manager/Curator’s Report
  • 11  Addendum to JCNM President’s Report 2001-2002
  • 12  Museum Formally Merges with NNHCS
  • 13  Review – NFB Documentary, Sleeping Tigers: The Asahi Baseball Story
  • 13  Museum Celebrates Successful Event
  • 14  Review – SUTEBUSUTON: A Japanese Village on the British Columbia Coast
  • 15  Kinzie Tanaka, Political Activist, Excerpts from a Memoir
  • 18  Unlucky Sugar Beet Workers

Volume 8, No.3 Autumn 2003

  • 01  Madam Butterfly, Margaret Harumi Iwasaki Peters
  • 05  Carl Ogawa, Olympic Silver Medalist
  • 07  Olympic Dreams
  • 10  Toshio Uyede’s Reminisces of the Victoria Judo Club
  • 11  Remembering the Vancouver Asahi
  • 14  Kamloops Nisei Baseball Team
  • 14  High Boat Trophy
  • 15  Ozawa Hotel
  • 16  Tatsumi Dance Group’s Trip to Lethbridge
  • 17  A Christmas Eve Miracle: Strange but True
  • 18  JCNM at the Powell Street Festival, 2003
  • 19  Report from the JCNM
  • 20  Message from the President, Fred Yada

Volume 8, No.4  Winter 2003

  • 01  Haru Moriyama’s Reminiscences of Oshogatsu in Mission
  • 04  New Year Celebrations in the Thirties
  • 05  Shogatsu Celebrations in Tokyo During the 1930s
  • 06  The Japanese Sword Collection of Yoshimaru Abe
  • 08  Ethnic Expectations
  • 09  Friends of East Lillooet Reunion
  • 10  Steveston Buddhist Temple 75th Anniversary Celebration
  • 12  Mission Long Overdue
  • 13  Nikkei Week 2003 Summary
  • 16  JCNM Manager/Curator’s Report
  • 17  My Dad and the Canadian Fishing Company
  • 18  Shining Light
  • 20  Victoria Japanese Community at April 22, 1942
2000 – Volume 5

Volume 5, No.1  Spring 2000

  • 01  History of the Vancouver Japanese Language School and Hall
  • 03  JCNM Open House a Smashing Success
  • 04  O-kaeri! A Set of Dolls Comes Home
  • 05  From Far and Wide
  • 06  The Japanese Canadian Heritage Trail
  • 07  Pidgin Japanese Canadian

Volume 5, No.2  Summer 2000

  • 01  Topaz (War Relocation Authority WRA) Relocation Camp
  • 03  Archives: A Treasure Trove to Mirror Our Colourful Past
  • 06  Terminal Island: A Southern California Connection
  • 08  Japanese Canadian National Museum Internment Camp Bus Tour

Volume 5, No.3  Autumn 2000

  • 01  The Making of the Japanese Canadian National Museum
  • 03  My Fellow Canadians
  • 05  Reflections on Redress
  • 07  Amerika Mura’s “Books for Canada” Society”
  • 08  Brief History of Japanese People in Vernon
  • 08  Japanese Canadians in Kamloops
  • 10  Nikkei Internment Memorial Centre, New Denver, BC
  • 10 Past and Upcoming Events
  • 11  The Move to Nikkei Place
  • 11  History of Powell Street and JANM Visitors
  • 11  Powell Street Festival
  • 12  Celtic Cannery Walking Tour

Volume 5, No.4  Winter 2000

  • 01 Museum and Inaugural Exhibition Opening – September 22, 2000
  • 03  History is not Irrevocable! speech
  • 03  JCNM AGM President’s Report
  • 05  Internment Camps Tour
  • 09  A Cat’s Tale
  • 09  It’s a Small World!
  • 10  Oshogatsu: A Family Tradition
  • 11  Hashi Kai! Memories of BC Security Commission Blankets
  • 12  Seeking an Answer
2001 – Volume 6

Volume 6, No.1 Spring 2001

  • 01  Ucluelet: As It Was Before 1942 (Part I)
  • 04  Community Memorial Services for Dr. W. Fujiwara
  • 04   Japanese Newspapers and Magazines in Vancouver
  • 06  Portland’s Japanese American Historical Plaza
  • 07  Why do you want to volunteer for the JCNM?
  • 07  Why I became a Board Member

Volume 6, No.2 Summer 2001

  • 01  Japanese Charcoal Pit Kilns on the Gulf Islands
  • 04  A Family History: Bunjiro Sakon
  • 05  Japanese Smelt Fishers of Point Grey
  • 06  Ucluelet: As It Was Before 1942 (part II)
  • 09  Japanese Canadian National Museum Open House
  • 09  A Day of Remembrance
  • 10  A Guidebook to Living in Canada – 1906 Style!

Volume 6, No.3 Autumn 2001

  • 01  Roy Hamaguchi, a Gizmo Award Winner
  • 02  The Biography of Sataro Kuwahara, Retail Merchant
  • 04  Steveston Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre
  • 05  Fraser Valley Buddhist Church 45th Anniversary Service
  • 06  Bamfield, Vancouver Island
  • 08  The First Powell Street Festival
  • 11   Cultural Events Coordinator for the Steveston Salmon Festival
  • 12  Does Anyone Know? Japanese Language and Community Centre in Chemainus, BC

Volume 6, No.4  Winter 2001

  • 01  Fancy Stuff Keeps BC Carver Busy for DUCKS UNLIMITED
  • 02  Mrs. Okada’s Kamaboko Factory
  • 04  Remember When” (about oolichan fishing)
  • 05  Books about Japanese Canadian history for Young Readers
  • 06  In Memory of Robert K. Iwata
  • 07  Community Celebration Dinner
  • 07  Our Unique Past; Our Destiny?
  • 11  Tribute to Nikkei Pioneers – Issei and Nisei
  • 13  JCNM President’s Report – 2000-2001
  • 14  Nikkei Fishermen’s Reunion
  • 15  JCNM Annual General Meeting, October 27, 2001
  • 15  Call for your Internment Stories
  • 16  Volunteer Appreciation Dinner and Powell Street Festival
1999 – Volume 4

Volume 4, No.1  Spring 1999

  • 01   Sannosuke Ennyu’s Diary
  • 03   Unearthed from the Silence at the Richmond Museum
  • 05   JCNMAS News and Events
  • 06   Pacific Boat Building Company

Volume 4, No.2  Summer 1999

  • 01   Our Pioneer Issei Centenarians
  • 03   Citizen Kaye
  • 05   The Courageous Story of Mrs. Hide Shimizu, Teacher
  • 06   My Hero: Thomas Kunito Shoyama

Volume 4, No.3  Fall/Winter 1999

  • 01   My Dream May Yet Come True
  • 03   Preserving Our People’s History
  • 03   Captivating Collections
  • 04   Comfort Food: A Taste of History
  • 05   Even Specks of Dust….
  • 05   Unearthed and on the Road!
  • 06   Challenges of the Millenium Museum Project
  • 08   Welcome to our New Board Members!
  • 09   We Thank You!
  • 16    West Coast Exhibit at the Canadian Museum of Civilization
1998 – Volume 3

No.1 Spring 1998

  • 01   Finely Crafted Wooden Boats and Magnificent Gardens – Steveston’s Murakami Family
  • 03   Japanese Canadian Directory –  Useless then, Priceless Now
  • 04   Watari Dori (A Bird of Passage) reported
  • 05   Tragedy on the Fraser
  • 08   Thank you from the JCNMAS

No.2 Summer 1998

  • 01   Canning Salmon on the Skeena
  • 03   Nikkei and the Net
  • 04   Topaz Reunion Report
  • 05   Steveston: Cannery Row reviewed
  • 08   Thank you from the JCNMAS

No.3  Autumn 1998

  • 01   Fanny Bay… A Once Busy Logging Centre
  • 03   JCNMAS Archival Repor
  • 05   Nikkei Uprooting During World War II
  • 06   Computerization of the 1901 Canada Census – A New JCNMAS Project
  • 08  Thank you from the JCNMAS

No.4 not produced

1997 – Volume 2

No.1 April/May 1997

  • 01   A Postcard from American Village
  • 03   Did you know
  • 03   Exhibit Update: Unearthed from the Silence
  • 04   Thank You and  Kids Corner

No.2 not produced

No.3 July 1997

  • 01   A Powell Street Walking Tour
  • 07   Thomas Kunito Shoyama: Our Living Treasure

No.4  November 1997

  • 01   Preserving Family Photographs
  • 04  Welcome to our New Board Members!
  • 05   JCNMAS Oral History Project
  • 06  Powell Street – A Photographic Record
1996 – Volume 1

No.1 January 1996

  • 01   A Welcome from your Board of Directors
  • 02   Introducing our new logo
  • 03   A Brief History of the Canadian Nikkei by Audrey Kobayashi
  • 08   Events Calendar

No.2 April/May 1996

  • 01   Focus on Volunteers
  • 02   From the editor
  • 03   Society now has Charitable Status
  • 04   Grant Received for “Unearthed from the Silence” Exhibit
  • 05   Japanese Canadian War Memorial Monument Found on B.C. North Coast
  • 06   Japanese Canadian Places Project
  • 07   Those Photographs!
  • 07   Events Calendar
  • 08   Founding Members (to April 1996)
  • 08   List of Financial Donors

No.3 July 1996

  • 01   Exhibition Projects Take Shape
  • 02   From the editor
  • 03   Yosai (Western Sewing)
  • 07   More on Those Photos
  • 07   Events Calendar
  • 08   List of Donors-in-Kind
  • 08   Nominations Welcome
  • 08   Information Please: Powell Street (Japan Town) Restaurants

No.4 December 1996

  • 01   An old image springs back to life
  • 02   From the editor
  • 04   Looking back at 1996
  • 05   A Year in Images
  • 06   From Shoeboxes and Dresser Drawers: The Development of our Archives
  • 07   Volunteers from Japan assist with Archival Work
  • 07   Experiential Studies at Canadian International College
  • 08  News & Events