B.C.’s Japanese influence

You might be surprised there are oodles of Japanese restaurants here after the treatment Canadian Japanese received during the second world war: their property seized never to be given back; dumped into camps into interior B.C. till after the war.

Now Japanese food is prized and I’m one of many who cannot get enough.20150826_123942-2I’m often sending photos of food I’ve eaten to my daughter. It’s not only because I consider where I live to have the best Japanese food outside of Japan, it’s also because of the cost. My daughter says, where she lives, it’s at least double the price I’m paying.

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