Nishigawa Neighborhood: Signed coffee table book
This is a self-published 11 x 8.5-inch hard-cover coffee table book with over 100 color, and black and white images on 84 pages. Watch the preview of the first nine pages.
You'll receive an autographed copy. If you want a particular inscription, send that along.
The item will be sent by USPS media mail, in a corrugated cardboard package.
Mrs. Shuto’s tenants were mainly Japanese residents who made their way to Cheyenne. She later opened the City Cafe across the street that became a gathering place for the Japanese in town.
My grandmother was a cook at the City Cafe. Next door, my grandfather was the third owner of a pool hall.
Whenever we went out to eat, the restaurant of choice was the City Cafe. It was a gathering place for the Japanese in Cheyenne.
My friends enlisted me to do a cultural and historical survey of the Japanese residents who lived and worked there from the 1920s through the 1970s.
An autographed hardcover 84 page book in a corrugated cardboard mailer