Nancy Matsumoto | KCET
Nancy Matsumoto is a Toronto and New York-based writer and editor who covers food, agriculture and the environment for publications including The Wall Street Journal, NPR, and Civil Eats. A certified advanced sake professional, Nancy travels to Japan to report on sake, food, and agriculture. She is a contributor to the recently released "Displaced: Manzanar 1942-1945, The Incarceration of Japanese Americans." Photo credit @dearninja.
Post date: 2019-05-15T10:22:39-07:00
Faced with empty horse stalls and bare barracks, Chiura Obata, along with other artists, taught over 600 professionals and amateurs art. Their work fueled a spirit of resilience in their community and helped them face an untenable situation with dignity.
Post date: 2018-11-15T08:27:50-08:00
Jake Myrick and Noriko Kamei’s product is not the latest digital industry disruptor, it’s the 2,000-year-old traditional fermented rice brew of Japan, sake.