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2011 / Kendo master Maki Hiroyuki Miyahara awarded Japan’s medal

The Government of Japan announced the recipients of its Spring 2011 Decorations including Mr. Maki Hiroyuki Miyahara, 90-year-old of Hacienda Heights, former president of the Kendo Federation of the United States of America. Mr. Miyahara is awarded with “The Order of the Rising Sun, Gold and Silver Rays,” because he has contributed to the...
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2010 / Former USC Professor of International Relations, Peter Berton awarded Japanese government medal

2010 / Former USC Professor of International Relations, Peter Berton awarded Japanese government medal

On November 3 (Japan Standard Time), the Government of Japan announced the recipients of its Fall 2010 Decorations. From Los Angeles Consulate General jurisdiction, Dr. Peter Berton, Distinguished Professor Emeritus of International Relations, University of Southern California was awarded the Order of the Rising Sun, Gold Ray with Neck Ribbon. Dr. Berton is 88-year-old,...
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2009 / Bill Clark: Sowing the world with seeds of Japanese art scholarship

Clark with Medal

Cultural News, 2009 July By Meher McArthur Visitors to the Clark Center for Japanese Art and Culture in Hanford, a small town in the heart of the San Joaquin Valley, pass through field after field of grazing cattle and groves of walnut trees and finally find themselves in a little corner of Japan, in...
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