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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

Find Your Bliss in Tokyo

In Finding Your Bliss in Tokyo, Jason Gatewood writes: Tokyo is often called the world’s most densely populated megacity and with good reason. Roughly 30 million people—10 percent of Japan’s total population—live in the 60-kilometer radius around Greater Tokyo. With so many people living in such close quarters, you’d think there would be little opportunity… Keep Reading

Black Tokyo T-Shirts

Black Tokyo Dai Ichi Campaign Welcome to the initial campaign to launch Black Tokyo – First in Urban Japan brand merchandise. With your support, we hope to present additional one of a kind designs from Japan on a monthly basis. Please tell a friend! Click here to view and share the t-shirt campaign link! Keep Reading

Hi! My Name is Loco and I’m a Racist Translation Kickstarter

Here is a project that I recently backed on Kickstarter that provides another perspective on being Black and living in Japan. “I wish I was black.” “Eh? Why?” “Then I’d be cool like you. We Japanese think Blacks are cool!” “Thanks, but, er, here’s the thing…” Show your support! Keep Reading

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