[Reverend Kanshu Ikuta at San Kwo Low restaurant, Los Angeles, California, October 4, 1970]
Los Angeles, Calif.,
October 4, 1970
Photograph by Toyo Miyatake Studio, Gift of the Alan Miyatake Family
1 negative : b&w; ; 4 x5 in.
Published in Rafu Shimpo, October 5, 1970.
Reverend Kanshu Ikuta at San Kwo Low Chinese restaurant in Little Tokyo, Los Angeles, California, October 4, 1970. Six men in suits and one woman in kimono sit behind table covered with dishes looking directly at viewer with framed Asian art displayed between curtained windows with blinds in background. Four people in center identified (left to right): Tomiko Ito of Tairindo, Nagoya, Keishu Yoshida of Japan, Ikuta, Masao Mitamura, a representative of Japanese Chamber of Commerce, Japanese section.
Written on original envelope: Rev. Ikuta -- Calligraphy -- at San Kow Low.
Keishu Yoshida talked about popularity of Callifgraphy in the United States and of Ikuta's work.
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