Japanese Americans -- Social life and customs [lcsh]; Mythology, Japanese [lcsh]; Talismans [lcsh];
Tengu are mountain and forest goblins with supernatural powers that include shape-shifting into human or animal forms, the ability to speak to humans without moving their mouth, the magic of moving instantly from place to place without using their...
"A bibliography of titles in the California State University, Sacramento, Library."
Vols for 1969-1972 issued by the University under its earlier name: Sacramento State College
Vols. for 1969- compiled by John Liberty
Japanese Americans -- Education --California [lcsh]; Japanese American women -- California [lcsh]; Tsukamoto, Mary -- Awards [aacr2]; Oratory -- Awards [lcsh];
Contest held at the San Francisco Reformed Church. Mary won the Consul Wakagusi Cup (1st place), "What can we leave for the third generation?" Mary was coached by teacher Mabel Barron from Elk Grove High School.
Japanese American Citizens League; Uyehara, Grayce;
Japanese American Citizens League Legislative Education Committee update from Grayce Uyehara: I sent out monthly legislative packets to all 114 chapters presidents, National Japanese American Citizens League, Legislative Education Committee boards,...
These trays are designed for tenshin, a light repast served in place of the formal kaiseki meal. Tenshin is served during less formal tea gatherings or those with many guests, presenting in one course essentially the same foods as the formal...