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East Hawaii Hiroshima Kenjin Kai Annual Meeting And Luncheon

WHO/WHAT: The East Hawaii Hiroshima Kenjin Kai will celebrate the New Year with its annual luncheon meeting. Among the highlights will be honoring beiju members, those members who will accomplish reaching the auspicious age...

10th Annual “Not Your Ordinary Garage Sale”

WHO/WHAT: The Hawaii Chapter of World Wings International Inc., the philantropic organization of former Pan Am flight attendants present this unique fundraising event.  Proceeds benefit St. Francis Hospice, Hawai‘i’s first and largest hospice program...

Japanese Cultural Society of Maui Shinnen Enkai

WHO/WHAT: The Japanese Cultural Society of Maui (JCS Maui) will welcome the Year of the Sheep at its annual Shinnen Enkai (New Year) dinner. WHEN/WHERE: Saturday, Jan. 24, at the Elleair Rainbow Room at the...
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63rd Cherry Blossom Festival Events

The 13 Cherry Blossom Festival contestants were introduced at the Japanese Cultural Center of Hawai‘i’s ‘Ohana Festival on Jan. 11. For more information, visit cbfhawaii.com. The following is a list of upcoming festival events. Jan....

JCCH New Year’s ‘Ohana Festival

WHO/WHAT: The Japanese Cultural Center of Hawai‘i will celebrate the “Year of the Sheep” with its New Year’s ‘Ohana Festival. There will be a variety of food, crafts, entertainment, children’s games, cultural activities, kimono dressing...

Exhibition of Peace Message By Children in Okinawa

WHO/WHAT: The Okinawa Prefectural Peace Memorial Museum will present an exhibition of drawings, essays and poems of students who participated in a contest concerning peace. The concept of the contest, now in its 24th...
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“Peace On Your Wings” Neighbor Island Tour

WHO/WHAT: “Peace on Your Wings,” an original musical inspired by the life of Sadako Sasaki and produced by Ohana Arts Festival & School, will begin its neighbor island tour beginning with Kaua‘i. The play...

Dec. 19, 2014 Bulletin Board

The Wailea Village Historic Preservation Community and Friends’ annual mochi pounding celebration.

Shinto Shrines of Hawaii Tour

WHO/WHAT: For many in Hawai‘i, the New Year begins with a visit to a Shinto shrine to receive blessings, purchase of protective amulets (omamori) and wooden votive tablets (ema). Join professors George and Willa Tanabe...

Mochitsuki Workshop and Demonstration With Konko Mission Of Wahiawa

WHO/WHAT: Mochi (rice cake made from glutinous mochi rice) is one of the most important traditional foods for the Japanese New Year’s representing strength, longevity and purity. As we ring in the auspicious Year...

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