National Japanese Canadian Digitization Strategy
The National Japanese Canadian Digitization Strategy, developed in partnership with the Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre, is now available for download!
PICTURE BRIDES 写婚妻
Between 1908 and 1928, young women ventured across the Pacific Ocean from Japan to Canada with dreams of a happily ever after with a spouse most had never met but […]
Treasures from the Vault: Nagasaka Family Collection
Collections Manager Lisa Uyeda introduces treasures from the museum vault. In this episode, we introduce the Nagasaka Family collection. About the Collection The Nagasaka Family collection consists of textual materials […]
Treasures from the Vault: Molly & Jim Fukui Collection
Collections Manager Lisa Uyeda introduces treasures from the museum vault. In this episode, we showcase a picture album from the Molly and Jim Fukui collection. About the Collection Molly and […]
Moving Images Collection
The Nikkei National Museum has digitized over 62 historical home movies from its moving image collection. These fragile 16mm, 8mm, and Super 8 films along with VHS tapes are now […]
TAIKEN Series: Our Elders, Our Stories
Interviews & Teaching Tools View interviews designed to give students, community members and the general public, primary resources from which to research and learn about Japanese Canadian history. The interviewees in […]
Omoi: Cultural Experiences
Culture is a complicated word. The Nikkei National Museum knows many Japanese Canadians. We see a lot of different ways that different people think about being Japanese. We also see […]
How to Wear a Kimono
“How to Wear a Kimono”, featuring Yoko Matsuno, by BCIT journalism students Tiana Mohebi and Nikita Nayak. Learn more about kimono with KimonoPlay online game
Nikkei Book Club
Nikkei Book Club ran in 2016 to read and discuss Nikkei literature in person and online. Check out the blog posts with discussion prompts for both books here. April-May 2016Chorus of […]