No One Left Behind
On this episode, we visit Myanmar refugee Aung Myat Win who runs a restaurant in Osaka Prefecture that serves the authentic taste of his home country. Win also manages a business that provides care to people with disabilities. And with the current situation in their homeland, Win is offering support to Myanmar nationals in Japan who are struggling like he was when he arrived in the country over 20 years ago. Later on, we meet US-born James Johnson, who works for a tea wholesaler in Shizuoka Prefecture.
Mohinga is a popular dish at Win's restaurant
While a student in Japan, Win received much support from Professor Suoh Setsuo
Win is helping a compatriot who's waiting to obtain his refugee status
James is one of the few non-Japanese to become a certified "Japanese Tea Instructor"