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JAPANESE CULTURAL SOCIETY OF MAUI’S SCHOL-ARSHIP APPLICATION DEADLINE

WHO/WHAT: The Japanese Cultural Society of Maui’s scholarship is open to high-school seniors “with a record of involvement in promoting and perpetuating the Japanese culture of Japanese language and a desire to continue to...

COLD FUSION: FESTIVAL OF 1,000 BOWLS, BIG ISLAND

WHO/WHAT: Hawai'i islanders can enjoy the Japanese ceramic and culinary arts at the Donkey Mill Art Center's "Cold Fusion: Festival of 1,000 Bowls"! Pre-purchase any of three ticket options ("solo bowl", "two-person party" or...
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JCCH “THINGS JAPANESE” SALE — AUTUMN ONLINE AUCTION

WHO/WHAT: The Japanese Cultural Center of Hawai'i's beloved "Things Japanese" sale will be held online as a special auction celebrating the transitional fall season. Get your spouse those shiba inu socks, treat yourself to...
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CHERRY BLOSSOM FESTIVAL’S “HAIKU ART” CONTEST

WHO/WHAT: the 69th Cherry Blossom Festival invites Hawai'i students in grades 3-12 to enter its annual "Haiku Art Contest". Young learners with creative-writing and artistic skills should submit BOTH haiku AND original, two-dimensional artwork...
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UJSH: TSUKIMI NO KAI

WHO/WHAT: The United Japanese Society of Hawaii is hosting its very first virtual Tsukimi No Kai or moon-viewing festival. Find a place at home from which you might view otsuki-sama while near a streaming...
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PEACE-BELL RINGING AND MINUTE OF SILENCE FOR VIR-TUAL INTERNATIONAL DAY OF PEACE

WHO/WHAT: To celebrate the International Day of Peace in Hawaiʻi, Honpa Hongwanji Mission of Hawaii will coordinate, first, a shared minute of silence, then, a collective ringing of bells, across the islands (and world!)....
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CROWN PRINCE AKIHITO SCHOLARSHIP: ZOOM ORIENTA-TION AND Q&A

WHO/WHAT: A virtual orientation on the prestigious Crown Prince Aki-hito Scholarship will answer questions of any potential applicants. The $45,000 scholarship covers one year of study in Japan, including a $30,000 award plus $15,000...
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STATEWIDE BEGINNING FARMER TRAINING: “AGCURIOUS” ON KAUA‘I

WHO/WHAT: Kauaʻi residents interested in independent careers in the agricultural industry can attend “AgCurious,” the first of four training phas-es to become a successful, small-scale, commercial farmer. This free introduction to GoFarm Hawaiʻi, the University...
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75th Commemoration Of The End Of World War II

Who/What: The official commemoration of the end of World War II will honor guests including crewmen and others who witnessed the event 75 years ago.  There will be a Legacy of Peace Aerial Parade...
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Reserve Blessings for Child And Young-Adult Rites Of Passage

Who/What: Hawaii Kotohira Jinja-Hawaii Dazaifu Tenmangu shrine accepts family reservations for these Shinto rite-of-passage events to bless childeren or young adults: Shichi-Go-San (seven-, five- and thre-year-olds), Totose noOiwai (10-year-olds), Jusan Mairi (13-year-olds) and Seijin...

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