By YURI KAGEYAMA | AP
Published: Jan 23, 2012 17:32 Updated: Jan 25, 2012 00:01
KYOTO, Japan: They no longer speak the same language, but two brothers separated nearly 60 years each think the other hasn’t changed a bit.
Japanese-American Minoru Ohye celebrate his 86th birthday Monday with his only brother after traveling to Japan for a reunion with him.
The brothers were born in Sacramento, California, but were separated as children after their father died in a fishing accident. They were sent to live with relatives in Japan and ended up in different homes.