Yasashi Ichikawa

Issei female. Born 1907 in Shimonoseki, Japan. Attended school in Japan, and was encouraged by father to study English. Married a Buddhist minister and immigrated to the United States. Lived in Fresno, California, then returned to Japan for two years. Moved to Seattle, Washington, where husband was a minister at the Seattle Buddhist Temple. During World War II, husband was arrested and imprisoned in Crystal City Department of Justice Camp, Texas. Mrs. Ichikawa, with her seven children, was removed to Puyallup Assembly Center, Washington, then to Minidoka concentration camp, Idaho. Joined husband in Crystal City before returning to run the Seattle Buddhist Temple. Mrs. Ichikawa passed away in 1999.

Interviews

Yasashi Ichikawa Interview I — ddr-densho-1000-111
October 16, 1999. Seattle, Washington.
02:27:50 — 32 segments.
Yasashi Ichikawa Interview II — ddr-densho-1000-112
November 20, 1999. Seattle, Washington.
02:21:43 — 35 segments.
Yasashi Ichikawa
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