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Chaya Brasserie Menu

National Museum of American History
Established in 1984, the Chaya Brasserie has been critically acclaimed as a premium Euro-Asian fusion upscale restaurant. Initially opening in Beverley Hills, Chaya restaurants have followed in Venice (1990), San Francisco (2000), and downtown L.A. (2009). (http://spoonwest.com/shigefumi-tachibe-2/)

Chaya Brasserie’s 1998-1999 menu lists the executive chef as Shigefumi Tachibe and the head chef as Masaru Morimoto.

Chaya Brasserie’s 2012-2013 menu lists the corporate executive chef as Shigefumi Tachibe, and the executive chef as Atsushi Kenjo. It also has a signature from Shigefumi Tachibe.

Japanese Americans and the U.S. Constitution: Topic 4 - Loyalty

SI Center for Learning and Digital Access
Section of the A More Perfect Union online exhibit focused on how the loyalty of Japanese Americans was tested during World War II. Based on answers to mandatory loyalty questionnaires, many Japanese Americans were sent to separate camps, repatriated, expatriated or given the opportunity to be drafted into the military. This section includes artifacts from the Museum' collections, primary source documents, photographs and oral histories.

Obi sash

National Museum of American History

Under layer Kimono

National Museum of American History

Candy label

National Museum of American History

Festive Kimono

National Museum of American History

BO ranch cap

National Museum of American History
The BO ranch cap is a ball cap that was donated by the paniolo cowboy Masatsu “Masa” Kawamoto. The hat has a picture of a cowboy on horseback waving a lasso in the air towards a cow. Masa Kawamoto used to work for one of the biggest ranches in the United States called the Parker Ranch in Hawai`i. After he departed the Parker Ranch, he decided to become independent and create his own ranch called the BO ranch. The BO ranch was a family run ranch that consisted of Masa, his family, and a few workers who would occasionally help and wash different items.

Spoon

National Museum of American History

Wedding Kimono

National Museum of American History

Spoon

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apron, rice sack

National Museum of American History

Rice bowl

National Museum of American History

Deep bowl

National Museum of American History

Wrapper, candy

National Museum of American History

jacket (haori)

National Museum of American History

Rice bowl

National Museum of American History

"Kyahan"

National Museum of American History

Dinner Plate

National Museum of American History

Tea cup

National Museum of American History

Cat Person by Seo Kim

Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Program
Both my kids regularly refer to me as ‘the crazy cat lady.’ When Eldest gets especially annoyed, I get shooed...

Women's Pair of Sleeves

National Museum of American History

tofu packing label

National Museum of American History

Bow Hoon Leong Wong's certificate of citizenship

National Museum of American History

Tasty Chop Suey's plot plans

National Museum of American History
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