2022 / Weekly Cultural News: April 11-17: Japanese war brides story during late 1960s in Fort Riley, Kansas: Venila Hasu Houston’s “Tea” to be played at Los Angeles

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Contents of Weekly Cultural News, April 11-17, 2022 (Reiwa 4)

P01: Japanese war brides story during late 1960s in Fort Riley, Kansas: Venila Hasu Houston’s “Tea” to be played at Los Angeles

P02: Play “Tea”: Japanese war brides story during late 1960s in Fort Riley, Kansas

P03: Velina Hasu Houston’s “Tea” to be played at Hero Theatre in Los Angeles

P03: Japanese Women’s Society of Southern California to hold first Cultural Connection program

P04: Cultural Connections Flyer presented by Japanese Women’s Society of Southern California & Gardena Buddhist Church Dharma School

P05: Kabuki Music Series #95: Yamatogaku “Mai”

P05: Fuji Japanese Music at 47th Annual Torrance Bunka-Sai, Japanese Cultural Festival, April 24, 2:05 -2:40PM

AD: Uyehara Travel is organizing Okinawa Tour from Oct. 28 – Nov. 5, 2022 for 7th Worldwide Uchinanchu Festival

P06: Virtual Venice Japanese American Memorial Monument Commemoration on April 21, 11AM – 12PM