Did you know?
- The American Diary of a Japanese Girl was the first novel by a person of Japanese ancestry published in the United States.
- "Miss Morning Glory," The American Diary of a Japanese Girl (New York: Frederick A. Stokes, 1902).
- The American Letters of a Japanese Parlor-Maid. (Tokyo: Fuzanbo, 1905).
- "The Carnation" Red Book 1 (Sept. 1903): 496-504.
- "The Mountain Nightingale—A Japanese Love Story," Era Magazine (NY) 14:1 (Jul. 1904): 30-34.