Restaurants

Restaurants (48)

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Frank Hirahara at New Tokyo Bar (ddr-one-1-80)
img Frank Hirahara at New Tokyo Bar (ddr-one-1-80)
Black and white photographic negative of Frank Hirahara and Rose Mae Hara at the New Tokyo Bar in Portland, Oregon. For original print please ONLC 2855 (ddr-one-1-79).
New Tokyo Bar (ddr-one-1-83)
img New Tokyo Bar (ddr-one-1-83)
Black and white photographic negative of an unidentified patron in the New Tokyo Bar sitting in a booth near two unidentified guitar players.
Interior of a restaurant (ddr-densho-252-143)
img Interior of a restaurant (ddr-densho-252-143)
Likely the Bush Garden restaurant in Seattle, Washington. Caption on Post-it: "Busch Garden, Seattle."
Interior, Chop Suey House restaurant (ddr-densho-167-85)
img Interior, Chop Suey House restaurant (ddr-densho-167-85)
Pictured is Yukio Kuroishi, son of proprietors Iwao and Nao Kuroishi. They were in Japan at the start of World War II, and they sent Yukio a telegram transferring ownership of the restaurant.
New Tokyo Bar (ddr-one-1-81)
img New Tokyo Bar (ddr-one-1-81)
Black and white photographic negative of two women behind the bar with the bartender at the New Tokyo Bar in Portland, Oregon. From left to right: unidentified, Rose Mae Hara and George Ninomiya.
Fresno West Side (ddr-csujad-8-13)
doc Fresno West Side (ddr-csujad-8-13)
Oral history interview with Mr. Nori Masuda, Mrs. Masako Inada, Mrs. Fumi Nakajima, and Mrs. Setsu Hirasuna. Information on the oral history project is found in: csuf_stp_0012A; Glossary in: csuf_stp_0014. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: FCPL Fresno West Side
Interior of the Price Cafe (ddr-densho-252-144)
img Interior of the Price Cafe (ddr-densho-252-144)
Captions on Post-its: "Price Cafe. Grandma ran it first. Mom & Dad came in 1942 (March). Run by Taniguchis. Remodeled 1951. After that made dining room. Pictures taken c.1951, 52 or 53. Sold it 1954 or 55. About a year later, opened Frontier Cafe, ran 55-63. 1963 - Dad went to Japan after he sold Frontier."
Woman standing in Maneki Garden (ddr-densho-166-4)
img Woman standing in Maneki Garden (ddr-densho-166-4)
The garden of the Maneki restaurant in Seattle, owned and operated by an Issei couple, Kida and Yone (usually known as Oshizu) Iwasauke. The restaurant was established prior to World War II, and is still in operation today. Pictured is Masaye Mayeno, the niece of Yone Kaita. Yone invited Masaye to come to the U.S ...
Dawn Noodle (ddr-densho-162-13)
img Dawn Noodle (ddr-densho-162-13)
Proprietor Tomoye Morita (right) and Helen Utsumi.
Postcard of Maneki Garden (ddr-densho-166-1)
img Postcard of Maneki Garden (ddr-densho-166-1)
The garden of the Maneki restaurant in Seattle, owned and operated by an Issei couple, Kida and Yone (usually known as Oshizu) Iwasauke. The restaurant was established prior to World War II, and is still in operation today.
Masami Arita (ddr-csujad-8-7)
doc Masami Arita (ddr-csujad-8-7)
Oral history interview with Masami Arita. Information on the oral history project is found in: csuf_stp_0012A; Glossary in: csuf_stp_0014. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: FCPL Arita, Masami
Interior of the Price Cafe (ddr-densho-252-145)
img Interior of the Price Cafe (ddr-densho-252-145)
Captions on Post-its: "Price Cafe. Grandma ran it first. Mom & Dad came in 1942 (March). Run by Taniguchis. Remodeled 1951. After that made dining room. Pictures taken c.1951, 52 or 53. Sold it 1954 or 55. About a year later, opened Frontier Cafe, ran 55-63. 1963 - Dad went to Japan after he sold Frontier."
At the Price Cafe (ddr-densho-252-148)
img At the Price Cafe (ddr-densho-252-148)
Yosuye Okura. Caption on Post-it: "Taken in remodled [sic] dining room of Price Cafe...3 Okura dau[ghter]s & husbands."
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