A Japanese language production of Yasukichi Murakami – Through a Distant Lens by Mayu Kanamori will make its Japan debut in 2024.
JAFCO or「つな豪未来」is a new community group for young adults with childhood connections to Japan.
Nikkei Australia’s Dr Rebecca Hausler pays tribute to Professor Carol Hayes.
By Jacqueline Yoshioka-Braid: I descend from a long line of samurai families. I am the fifth of six children born to my parents.
By Yuki Kawakami: My parents embraced the opportunity to pursue their dream of living abroad. Sydney was at the top of their list.
By Elysha Rei: 明けておめでとございます！Happy New Year!
By Timothy Steains: My mum said she wanted chinsuko for Mother’s Day. It’s a type of shortbread cookie from Okinawa, Japan, where she was born and grew up.
By Andrew Hasegawa: When Setsutaro died on 4 October 1952, the Hasegawa family’s relationship with Japan became paper thin.
By Christine Piper: There’s a photo of Dad taken during that period, which I love: standing on the docks in front of a Japanese shipping container, dressed in Reservoir Dogs-style sunglasses, shirt and trousers, his tie flying in the wind.
- 29 November 2023
- NEW! Nikkei Australia members to present at the Asian Art Research Now symposium 1 December
- 10 November 2023
- Nikkei Australia's Mayu Kanamori to give a talk about Australian multiculturalism and Nikkei migration
- 12 August 2023
- Nikkei Australia's Rebecca Hausler explores fictional reimaginings of Japanese internment during WWII in a new publication