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Did You Know? Unknown Facts About Japan

Here is a look at Japan’s interaction with people of the African Diaspora. This video covers information on 7th, 12th, 16th, 18th and 20th Century contact with Africans and Black Americans; African samurais, Japanese that were sold into slavery, the first American to set foot in Japan, and also the influence of the Negro Leagues… Keep Reading

Sailing to Japan: Zurui Interviews Fuu

Zurui interviews Fuu (Kaze) about his heartstopping voyage from Alameda, California, USA to Osaka, Japan via boat. The two discuss life in Osaka, Kansai versus Kanto, likes and dislikes, and how to survive in Japan. Zurui also asks Fuu the Million Yen Question: What worry does not exist for Blacks in Japan? About Fuu: Certified… Keep Reading

Why Japan?

Eye-Ai Magazine interviews Zurui, the Black Tokyo Creative Director. As you may know, Black Tokyo started as an online forum in 1999. The website has evolved from a forum and is now brand that disseminates information via various popular social media platforms. Eye-Ai is the only monthly publication in English devoted entirely to Japanese entertainment… Keep Reading

Loco in Yokohama: Black Women Are Winning!

Check out the Baye McNeil’s latest Japan Times article, Black Women in Japan are Winning. The four women featured share their story and provide resources for black women currently residing in Japan. Click here to learn more about the Black Women in Japan Facebook Group and  and the women behind the 2017 Black Women in Japan Convention. Keep Reading

Jim Crow During the Occupation of Japan

Jim Crow Black/White violent apartheid of the USA, was also practiced as American culture in the U.S. military during the Occupation of Japan. A valid observation not typically discussed when examining the relationship between America and Japan. Then again, Fredrick D. Kakinami Cloyd presents an abundance of truths via his blog Dream of the Water Children:… Keep Reading

U.S. – Japan SOFA Revision: Facts and Fallacies

  ARTICLE XVI It is the duty of members of the United States armed forces, the civilian component, and their dependents to respect the law of Japan and to abstain from any activity inconsistent with the spirit of this Agreement, and, in particular, from any political activity in Japan. THE U.S. – JAPAN STATUS OF… Keep Reading

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