【Media Monday】North American Post・Soy Source
06-05-17
【Media Monday】N...

【Media Monday】N...

【Media Monday】North American Post・Soy Source

The North American Post has been around in Seattle since 1902, making them the oldest Japanese-language newspaper in the Pacific Northwest.
Currently, they publish both the weekly "North American Post (北米報知)" and the semi-monthly "Soy Source (ソイソース)".
We are very grateful that they are supporting Japan Fair with both publications!

We also can't go without saying that we are very fortunate to have support from the Hokubei Hochi (North American Post) Foundation (HHF) to be the parent organization of Japan Fair! Without them, the two day festival may not have happened this year.


Check out more about the North American Post and Soy Source through their English Wikipedia Page, Japanese Wikipedia Page, North American Post Facebook Page, and Soy Source Facebook Page.
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Founded in 1902, North American Post Publishing has been serving as voice of the Nikkei and Japanese community in the Pacific Northwest for 115 years. We publishes weekly bilingual newspaper “North American Post (北米報知)” and semi-monthly Japanese community magazine “Soy Source (ソイソース).”  Our missions include celebrating Japanese culture and Nikkei history in Seattle. We aim to bridge Nikkei and Japanese communities in the Seattle/Bellevue area through our publications.  Please find Soy Source and North American Post copies at Japanese restaurants and glossary stores. Or visit our web site SoySourece.net and Napost.com.

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