|A Japanese restaurant in New York City in 1889|
Society news from the Bismarck Tribune, May 11th, 1905. Mrs. M.H. Jewell
and Mrs. F.L. Conklin serve the members of the Monday Club a Japanese meal.
In the first two decades of the 20th century, Americans enjoyed Japanese food so much that labor unions and American restaurant owners conspired to run the Japanese out of business and out of the country.
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