WHO/WHAT: The Hawaii Japanese Center presents an exhibition of contemporary mokuhanga
(moku = wood and hanga = printing) by some of the Big Island’s finest woodblock print artists — Hiroki
Morinoue, Lonny Tomono and Glenn Yamanoha.
WHO/WHAT: The Japanese American soldiers who served in World War II as members of the 100th Infantry Battalion, 442nd Regimental Combat Team, Military Intelligence Service and 1399th Engineer Construction Battalion will be remembered and...
Bishop Ryokan Ara
Tendai Mission of Hawaii
Kyou ga kono jinsei no ichiban wakai hi desu
Korekara demo osokunai
Yarerukoto wa ikurademo aru
Today is the youngest time of my life. There are many things yet to be done.
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