Yokohama Yankee’s Japan Book Tour

April 9, 2016

I will be travelling to Japan to promote the Japanese translation of my book, Yokohama Yankee. I will be speaking at the following locations:

May 21  Center Minami, Tsuzuki ku 2:30 p.m. “Yokohama yankii ni kiku” (“Listening to Yokohama Yankee”) Almond Community Network  Saturday, May 21  Tsuzuki ku 2 p.m. For more information see:

Monday, May 23rd  2-3 p.m. International Christian University, Institute for Asian Cultural Studies,

Monday May 23rd  6-8 p.m. German-Japan Society 日独協会

申込み:下記メールアドレスの金谷宛にお願い致します For information send email to: jdg@jdg.o  For location:  場所は信濃町から徒歩6分、アクセスは以下を参照ください。

Wednesday, May 25  7 p.m.  Meiji University

Thursday, May 26th, 3 p.m. Kanto Gakuin University, Department of Economics

Friday, May 27th  6 p.m. Yokohama Nichibei Kyokai

Saturday, May 28th, Golden Cup, Honmoku



Leslie Helm

About the Author

Leslie Helm

Leslie Helm was born and raised in Yokohama, Japan, where his family has lived since 1869. He has worked as Tokyo correspondent for Business Week and the Los Angeles Times. It was during his years abroad that he adopted two Japanese children and began the research that would result in Yokohama Yankee. Helm is currently editor of Seattle Business magazine. Leslie graduated from the University of California, Berkeley with a B.A. in political science and an M.A. in Asian studies. He attended the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism on a U.S. Japan Friendship Commission fellowship. Helm is currently editor of Seattle Business magazine.

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