Hawai Bun’en

Hawai Bun’en / 布哇文苑 [The Hawaii Bunen], (Honolulu, HI)

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The Hawai Bun’en is a monthly Japanese magazine published by Hitoshi Hanamoto, president and editor, in Honolulu in 1939 that ceased publishing in 1941. Despite the paper’s title Bun’en, suggesting a focus on literature, the surviving issues are an assortment of political opinions, moral teachings, and haiku poems.

『布哇文苑』は1939年にホノルルで編集発行人花本等により創刊された月刊日本語雑誌である。1941年に廃刊になった。新聞名に文苑とあるが、現存する号を見る限り、政治論、道徳教育、俳句などの様々な記事が掲載されている。

Hawaii Newspaper Project, Sophia McMillen, and Nancy Jane Morris. 1987. Hawaii Newspapers: A Union List. [Honolulu]: n.a.

“Hawai bun’en sōkan nishūnen kinengō布哇文苑創刊ニ周年記念号” Nippu Jiji (Honolulu, HI), November 14, 1941. Accessed June 27, 2017. https://hojishinbun.hoover.org/ja/newspapers/tnj19411014-02.1.5

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