Tohoku Tomo is the story of everyday people who decided to do something in response to the Great East Japan Earthquake and tsunami. While clean-up and recovery efforts are complete, there is a long road ahead for Tohoku to rebuild.
Starting in 1890, Issei (first generation) came to the Santa Clara Valley in search of work. In 1900, Japanese Americans established Japantown, a place for them to meet their social, cultural and economic needs in a society hostile to their presence.
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Funding for some of the projects listed here is being provided by a grant from the Japanese American Confinement Sites Grant Program, administered by the National Park Service.
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