When Naomi Morishita Johnston moved from Japan to Miramar in 1991, she thought she was the only Japanese immigrant living in the area. For years, she had no contact with her culture and no Japanese friends.As time passed, she began to intensely miss her family and her culture.”As I got older, I developed the strong desire to connect with my culture,” says Morishita Johnston, 45. “I wanted to eat more Japanese food. I wanted to have friends whom I can talk to in my mother language. I missed my family and all the things I used to do in Japan.”
Source: Japanese drumming group Fushu Daiko performing in Delray Beach – southflorida.com
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