Japan Herarudo / 志やぱんへらるど [The Daily Japan Herald], (San Francisco, CA)
Japan Herarudo was a daily Japanese paper first published by Isaburō “Keisui” Okada, Maika Takada, Minoru “Sessui” Maida, Bunzō “Shakuma” Washizu, and Shōzō Yokokawa in San Francisco in 1897. Using a lithograph printing machine, as was the case with many other early Japanese papers in the United States, the publisher ran a shoestring operation. It was acquired by Kyūtaō Abiko, who renamed the paper Sōkō Nihon Shinbun in that year. In 1899 Sōkō Nihon Shinbun (San Francisco Japan Herald) merged with Hokubei Nippō (North American Daily) to publish Nichibei Shinbun (Japanese-American News).
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