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The Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaii (JCCH) is proud to provide this searchable directory of those of Japanese ancestry who were arrested and confined in the Territory of Hawai‘i during World War II. You will find the internee names, their place of residence in 1941, their occupation, the names of family members who were also incarcerated, and the name(s) of site(s) where they were imprisoned.
Directories include names, addresses, professions and prefectural origins of Hawaiʻi Nikkei, from main cities and towns, and smaller plantation communities. Also contains data on population, the economy, military, education, religion.