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An identity lost in postwar Japan takes 67 years to reclaim

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By KEN MORITSUGU

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Why did the nanny wait until she was on her deathbed to tell Marry Ann about her early life and father, and show her the pictures?

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Any relation to Stevie Ray Vaughn, the musician? He was also from N. Texas, but near Dallas.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stevie_Ray_Vaughan

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Some details missing, especially about why the nanny waited until she was dying to fill her in. I am guessing her nanny didn't want to lose her. Very sad story, but glad she finally got some answers and some closure in the end.

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Now she has to file American income taxes every year and that is more sad than the entire story.

I wish her luck.

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Great story.

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Wow, what a roller coaster ride, I hope she has some peace of mind!

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Excellent story JT! Being adopted myself I can understand her questions of why? Who am I? Where do I come from? It took me years to figure these things out through research and dealing with the U.S adoption legal system. In return I have been blessed with new relations and a deeper understanding of why I am. I never encountered the extreme difficulties of Mrs. Kuroda being that I was born and raised in the US. I am truly grateful to my adoptive parents for the love and support they have given me. I hope the same for Mrs. Kuroda with her new found relatives in the US.

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