Hidden Legacy: Japanese Traditional Performing Arts in the World War II Internment Camps,

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ACTA/New Moon, 20171010,
by  Shirley Kazuyo Muramoto

Performing Defiance: The Hidden Legacy of Koto Music at a Japanese Internment Camp

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The Film Hidden Legacy and its Impact on the Collective Memory


A Japanese cultural art form which is becoming extinct is the making of organic blue indigo dye which is fire resistant, bacteria resistant...(via Sara Sato) ... See MoreSee Less

Your blue jeans don't hold a flame to Japanese indigo. The true blue dye makes clothes fire resistant, bacteria resistant, and was once worn under the armor of samurai.

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