Final Bon Dances of 2014

The 2014 bon dance season is nearing its end. If you haven’t been to a bon dance yet, or want to get your “fix” before the season ends, here are your last few opportunities. BIG...

Temari Exhibition At JCCH

WHO/WHAT: The Japanese Cultural Center of Hawai‘i presents an exhibit celebrating TEMARI’s 35th anniversary. TEMARI Center for Asian and Pacific Arts is a nonprofit organization that perpetuates traditional Asian-Pacific folk arts through teaching, sharing experiences and creating...
Photo of City Councilmember Ernie Martin at the 2014 “Sakura Safari – Hana Mi.” (Photo courtesy Ernie Martin)

Cherry Blossom Cultural Events in Wahiawa

WHO/WHAT: The Wahiawa Nikkei Civic Association presents two events to celebrate the cherry blossom season. Friends and family can enjoy refreshments and local talent in Japanese entertainment on Jan. 28, and a 90-minute trolley...
Trash & Treasure

Temari’s 33rd “Trash and Treasure”

WHAT: 33rd Trash & Treasure Fundraiser Fair organized by TEMARI, Center for Asian and Pacific Arts. WHEN/WHERE: Sunday, Nov. 2, 9 a.m.-2 p.m. in the Manoa Grand Ballroom, Japanese Cultural Center of Hawai‘i. (8-9 a.m....

“Wolf Summer” at the UH Kids First! Film Festival 2014

WHO/WHAT: The final film of the University of Hawai‘i Outreach College’s eighth annual KIDS FIRST! Film Festival. Door prizes will be awarded at the screening. The festival is supported in part by the Sidney...

Upcoming Bon Dances

Hawaii bon dance full schedule available here. BIG ISLAND • June 21: Papaikou Hongwanji, 7 p.m. • June 28: Honomu Hongwanji, 7 p.m. • July 4-5: Puna Hongwanji, following 6 p.m. service • July 5: Kohala...

44th Annual Ukulele Festival

WHO/WHAT: Tony Group Autoplex presents the 44th Annual Ukulele Festival on O‘ahu. Ukulele Festival Hawaii was established in 2004 by Roy and Kathy Sakuma who have dedicated their life’s work to preserving interest and spreading...

One-Man Kabuki Storyteller In Concert

WHO/WHAT: Kunitoshi Kineya, a one-of-a-kind Nagauta shamisen player, will perform in Honolulu as part of his U.S. tour. Nagauta, which literally means “long song” in Japanese, is a classical style of Japanese music which...
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Reiki Intensive Training Weekend

WHO/WHAT: Pam Johnson, co-founder of the Soul Authority School of Intuitive Arts and a Reiki Master teacher, presents a unique reiki training weekend with a spiritual, intuitive focus. Reiki is a gentle, yet amazingly effective,...

Hawaii Buddhist Academy’s Annual Taiko Festival

WHO/WHAT: One of the premier high school taiko programs in the nation will be celebrated at Pacific Buddhist Academy’s annual Taiko Festival. The festival’s theme is “A Generation of Hope,” to convey the passing...

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