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J-Pop club brings Japanese culture to Carlmont

J-Pop club brings Japanese culture to Carlmont

Andrey Zaytsev, Staff Writer

May 29, 2018


Filed under Campus

The Japanese culture is one that may interest many, and J-Pop club is the perfect club to learn about the many aspects of their culture, ranging from animation to traditions. Meeting in room E7 every Thursday, J-Pop club features a variety of members, all interested in the culture of Japan. In addit...

Kabuki play honors Japanese culture

Kabuki play honors Japanese culture

Ailee Lim, Staff Writer

April 19, 2018


Filed under News, Top News

The bright, intricate costumes. The sound of the banjo-like shamisen. The audience cheering. These are all important aspects of kabuki. Kabuki is a Japanese performing art, coming in the form of plays and dances. The San Mateo Kabuki Club celebrates kabuki by watching a performed play on a movie s...

San Mateo eatery sets the bar for delicious ramen

San Mateo eatery sets the bar for delicious ramen

Zana Lunsford, Staff Writer

April 3, 2018


Filed under Campus, Reviews

Located in downtown San Mateo on the corner of Eighth Avenue, Ramen Dojo offers the Peninsula the opportunity to enjoy a delicious bowl of traditional ramen with an endless amount of toppings. Ramen Dojo is one of the most famous Japanese eateries in the Bay Area, and for good reason. Each bowl of ramen is...

Japanese incarceration leaves its mark on modern society

Japanese incarceration leaves its mark on modern society

Gabby Tirsell, Staff writer

February 17, 2018


Filed under Features

Over 100,000 Americans were imprisoned in a matter of two weeks. Yet, this event still goes unnoticed by many. Feb. 19, 1942, two months after Japan’s attack on Pearl Harbor, President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed Executive Order 9066, initiating the internment of all Japanese American citizen...

Fourth Japanese nuclear power plant erupts

Fourth Japanese nuclear power plant erupts

March 14, 2011


Filed under News

SOMA, Japan -- On Tuesday, more radiation is gushing from damaged reactors at a nuclear power plant in northeastern Japan. Yukio Edano, Chief Cabinet Secretary, said that a fourth reactor was on fire and more radiation was released. Naoto Kan, Prime Minister, warned residents that there are mor...

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