Woman from Hiroshima
Woman from Hiroshima takes you into a lifelong journey of an Issei woman (first generation Japanese Americans) from the time she left Japan as a young mother and wife to join her husband in a new land to the weathered sojourned grandmother that almost speaks to you as if you were her own.
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