Special to The Hawai‘i Herald
In the last few years, there have been published reports of Flying Saucer sightings on Kaua‘i. But the community here doesn’t seem to be at all concerned. In fact,...
S. Sanae Imada
Vol. 1, No. 5, July 18, 1980
Colorful Japanese lanterns, chochin, swing in the intermittent breeze and light the warm night with their gentle glow. The rhythmic beats of a large drum punctuate...
• June 4 (Sat.): Hawaii Japanese Center, Noon (751 Kanoelehua Ave., 934-9611)
• June 11 (Sat.): Honomu Henjyoji Mission, 7 p.m.; Hatsubon and Obon service at 5 p.m.
(28-1668 Old Mamalahoa Hwy., 963-6308)
• June 3-4...
June 13 (Sat.): Obon Festival at Keauhou Shopping Center (Kona Hongwanji), 6 p.m. (323-2993)
June 13 (Sat.): Honomu Henjyoji Mission, 7 p.m.; Hatsubon and Obon service at 5 p.m. (963-6308)
June 20 (Sat.): Papaikou Hongwanji,...
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