Densho Digital Archive
Densho Visual History Collection
Title: Mutsu Homma Interview
Narrator: Mutsu Homma
Interviewers: Dee Goto (primary), Becky Fukuda (secondary)
Location: Seattle, Washington
Date: August 27, 1997
Densho ID: denshovh-hmutsu-01-0001

<Begin Segment 1>

DG: Today is August 27, 1997, and we're at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Hasegawa and this is Mrs. Homma, Mutsu Wada Homma, and we're going to be interviewing her for the Densho Project. This is Becky Fukuda and I'm Dee Goto, and we'll be interviewing you, Mrs. Homma.


DG: Mrs. Homma, we're so glad that you agreed to talk with us today. So could you please tell us a little bit about yourself, and you're living here with your daughter, right?

MH: Yes.

DG: How long have you lived here?

MH: [Laughs] After, I was living alone at Beacon Hill, and then I had twice cancer operation on stomach so my daughter told me to live with them.

DG: So that would be?

MH: Nearly five years, I think.

DG: I see.

MH: Maybe more, I don't know.

DG: Okay, so you have a daughter and how many children?

MH: Two boys. Two boys and one girl.

DG: And how many grandchildren?

MH: Let me see. Here is three, Los Angeles is four.

DG: And then you have two or three great grandchildren.

MH: Yes, three great grandchildren. Two in Los Angeles and here is one.

DG: Yesterday you were saying that you fixed breakfast and lunch for your son and daughter before they left, and so that's what you do every day.

MH: Yes, also supper, too. Three meals.

<End Segment 1> - Copyright © 1997 Densho. All Rights Reserved.