Hawaiian Outrigger Canoes of the Bonin Archipelago

@article{Kramer2015HawaiianOC,
  title={Hawaiian Outrigger Canoes of the Bonin Archipelago},
  author={Scott Kramer and Hanae Kurihara Kramer},
  journal={Hawaiian Journal of History},
  year={2015},
  volume={49},
  pages={179 - 196}
}

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Oceanic Encounter with the Japanese: An Outrigger Canoe-Fishing Gear Complex in the Bonin Islands and Hachijo-jima Island
The sea that lies to the east of the Philippines and west of the Marianas is called the Philippine Sea (Figure 1). It is surrounded by the islands of the Japanese Archipelago and the Ryukyu Islands