A chair from Osami's Barbershop now at the Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience (in Seattle's Chinatown International District)
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Note the book in the upper right - the barbershop is located in the Japantown neighborhood (a portion of the larger area commonly referred to as the Chinatown International District)
A photo of Osami's barbershop (likely after it was vacated), current location of Pioneer Barber Company
The two photos on the wall above the bench (in the current Pioneer Barber Company) are of Osami's Barbershop, see close up photos above. A link with past history and heritage.
Note the photo of Osami the Barber and his wife on the wall in the back room at the Pioneer Barber Company. A link to past history and heritage.
A photo of Osami the Barber and his wife in the back room at the Pioneer Barber Company. A link to past history and heritage.
One of Osami's barber chairs still in the barbershop. A link to history and heritage.
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