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Washington Place Christmas Open Hous

WHO/WHAT: Washington Place, the home of Queen Liliu‘okalani, Hawai‘i’s last reigning monarch, and the official residence of the governor and his/her family, will open to the public for a special Christmas Open House hosted...
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“The Musubi Book” Book Signing

WHO/WHAT: Mana Musubi shop co-owner Manabu Asaoka will introduce his new book, “The Musubi Book,” celebrating the popular triangular rice snack. Asaoka will also do a mini musubi demonstration, share some of his recipes...
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“Hou On Sha Toku” – Grant Murata-Sensei’s Solo Recital

WHO/WHAT: Ryukyu Koten Afuso Ryu Ongaku Kenkyu Choichi Kai USA presents “Hou On Sha Toku,” Hawai‘i’s first uta-sanshin solo recital. Enjoy Ryukyu koten (classical) and minyo (folk) music by Murata-Sensei and friends. Special guest performers...
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Plantation Life from the Women’s Perspective

WHO/WHAT: Friends of the Library Kahuku and the Friends of the Library of Hawai‘i celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Kahuku Public School and Library, with a historical talk story about the Kahuku Sugar...
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“Ginoza Son, Geinou Kouryu Kouen (YUI), Vol. 2”

WHO/WHAT: The Hawaii Ginoza Sonjin Kai and Okinawa’s Ginoza Village will celebrate the 70th anniversary of the establishment of the Hawaii Ginoza Sonjin Kai by presenting “Ginoza Son, Geinou Kouryu Kouen (Yui), Vol. 2.”...
37th Temari Hawaii Trash and Treasure Fair, scheduled for November 4, 2018

Temari Hawaii’s Trash & Treasure Fair

WHO/WHAT: Temari Hawaii’s 37th annual Trash and Treasure fair is definitely more “treasure” than trash . . . although one person’s trash could be considered another person’s treasure. The creative and handmade works of...
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Kikaida Returns to Shirokiya

WHO/WHAT: Kikaida returns after an absence of three years. Meet Hawai‘i’s favorite Japanese superhero, Kikaida, and the original Jiro — actor Ban Daisuke — and get a free autograph and photo. A great chance...
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JCCH-SHICHI Go San Keiki Kimono Dressing

WHO/WHAT: “Shichi Go San,” literally translated as “seven, five, three,” dates back to the Meiji Era (1868-1912), when parents brought their children dressed in kimono — girls, ages 3 and 7, and boys, ages...
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Jodo Mission of Hawaii: Jodo Mission Bazaar

WHO/WHAT: Jodo Mission of Hawaii will hold a bazaar fundraiser. Among the items for sale will be kitchen things, clothing, handmade quilts, handbags and blankets. There will also be homemade food items like bara-sushi,...
Flyer for Tsukimi No Kai - Thursday, October 25, 2018

United Japanese Society of Hawaii “Tsukimi No Kai – Moon Viewing Party”

WHO/WHAT: Moon-viewing parties are a tradition in Japan with friends gathering to admire the beauty of the full moon. The custom, which was introduced to Japan from China during the Nara and Heian periods...

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