The North American Post (北米報知 Hokubei Höchi) is a newspaper based in Seattle, Washington's International District. It was founded in 1902 and is the largest and oldest Japanese-language newspaper published in the Pacific Northwest. Originally called the Hokubei JiJi (The North American Times), the newspaper was issued daily from 1902 until 1942, when it and two other local Japanese newspapers ceased publication due to the internment of its staff and core readership. In 1946, the paper was restarted under the name Hokubei Hochi (The North American Post). Its publisher was Sadahiko Ikoma.

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  • The North American Post (北米報知 Hokubei Höchi) is a newspaper based in Seattle, Washington's International District. It was founded in 1902 and is the largest and oldest Japanese-language newspaper published in the Pacific Northwest. Originally called the Hokubei JiJi (The North American Times), the newspaper was issued daily from 1902 until 1942, when it and two other local Japanese newspapers ceased publication due to the internment of its staff and core readership. In 1946, the paper was restarted under the name Hokubei Hochi (The North American Post). Its publisher was Sadahiko Ikoma. From 1946 to the end of 1948 the North American Post was issued weekly and then started publishing three times a week. In March 1950, it increased to a daily issued five days a week. In March, 1981, the newspaper reduced its frequency to three times a week. It now puts out two issues a week: the Saturday edition is Japanese-only; the Wednesday edition has both English and Japanese sections. (en)
  • 北米報知(ほくべいほうち、英: The North American Post)は、アメリカ合衆国のワシントン州シアトルで発行されている邦字新聞。前身の北米時事の設立は1902年で、邦字新聞として北米最古の歴史を誇る。本社住所は、シアトルのインターナショナルディストリクトに位置するシアトル市6th Ave 519。 (ja)
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  • Yaeko Inaba
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  • North American Post Publishing, Inc.
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  • 北米報知(ほくべいほうち、英: The North American Post)は、アメリカ合衆国のワシントン州シアトルで発行されている邦字新聞。前身の北米時事の設立は1902年で、邦字新聞として北米最古の歴史を誇る。本社住所は、シアトルのインターナショナルディストリクトに位置するシアトル市6th Ave 519。 (ja)
  • The North American Post (北米報知 Hokubei Höchi) is a newspaper based in Seattle, Washington's International District. It was founded in 1902 and is the largest and oldest Japanese-language newspaper published in the Pacific Northwest. Originally called the Hokubei JiJi (The North American Times), the newspaper was issued daily from 1902 until 1942, when it and two other local Japanese newspapers ceased publication due to the internment of its staff and core readership. In 1946, the paper was restarted under the name Hokubei Hochi (The North American Post). Its publisher was Sadahiko Ikoma. (en)
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  • North American Post (en)
  • 北米報知 (ja)
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  • The North American Post (en)
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