Item # 231500.
Edited by Brian Niiya.
Now for the first time, the history of sport in the Japanese American community has been documented in a collection of essays that captures the diversity and complexity of its evolution in the United States.
More than 100 photographs, most from personal collections never before published, illustrate the extent of those who participated in sports, ranging from sumo to kendo, baseball to basketball, judo to wrestling, and weightlifting to ice skating.
Paper: 232 pp.
Produced as a companion book for the More Than a Game: Sport in the Japanese American Community exhibition at the National Museum in 2001.