Left: Harvey Kenshi Zenimura, Joe Dimaggio, Nagamochi and Kaneyama of the Hiroshima Carps, Japan (1954).  Both photos courtesy of the Nisei Baseball Research Project and the National Japanese American Historical Society.


This popular exhibit reveals the colorful one hundred year history of Japanese American baseball.

  • Shown at: California State Capitol Museum, Herbst International Exhibition Hall of Presidio of San Francisco, National Baseball Hall of Fame, Cooperstown, NY, Arizona Hall of Fame Museum, Oregon State Sports Hall of Fame, Four Rivers Cultural Center, Japan Hall of Fame and Museum, and the Japanese American National Museum.

  • Contents: 21 panels and murals. 200 memorabilia, photos and artifacts.

  • Interpretive materials: Classroom activities guide

    Running feet: 80 feet

    Exhibit fee: Inquire

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