By P.Y. Iwasaki and Berido.
Written and illustrated in manga style is the true story of Katsu Goto, a Japanese man who journeyed to Hawaii seeking a better life as a plantation worker. This book illustrates the racial and cultural problems Japanese immigrants such as Katsu Goto faced in the plantations. It is a powerfully poignant biography about Katsu Goto's life and the injustices he and his countrymen faced in their years of work in Honoka'a, from when they arrived in 1885.