Nikkei Australia is a partner in a major international collaborative project exploring global Nikkei histories.
A Nikkei Australia member Arisa Yura will play two separate roles in Sydney Theatre Company’s Top Coat.
Wakayama Prefectural Government invites Nikkei Australians with connections to Wakayama to the Second Wakayama Kenjikai World Conference to be held between 5 and 8 October 2023.
Artist and storyteller Mayu Kanamori’s play, Yasukichi Murakami – Through a Distant Lens will have its first Japanese language reading in Tokyo on 24 and 25 June 2022.
戦争花嫁 ミチ 国境を越えた女の物語り Publication of Japanese language book: Michi’s Memories – The Story of a Japanese War Bride
Nikkei Australia congratulates Dr Keiko Tamura on the Japanese language release of her book ‘Michi’s Memories – The Story of a Japanese War Bride.
Exhibition featuring recent works by artists Pamela See, Elysha Rei, and Kay Watanabe opens Friday 8 April 2022.
Join this free online event exploring the food of the Japanese diaspora.
Teiju to wa Nandaro is a photographic exhibition to be held at the Osaka University Museum between 22 February and 15 March 2022.
Watch Nikkei Australia’s Keiko Tamura’s lecture about War Brides in Australia.
Article about Cowra Voices published in Studies in Oral History: The Journal of Oral History Australia
A report on the Cowra Voices project by Mayu Kanamori has been published in the current edition of Studies in Oral History: the Journal of Oral History Australia.