In Our Community: KAIMUKÏ: OKUMURA BUILDING

Note: Two other businesses located in the Okumura Building that are not pictured here are:  Mottainai Hawaii (@mottainai_hawaii on Instagram), owned by Ann Harris Kedl who makes woven clothing, accessories and gifts; and Southpaw...

Cover Story – NISSHODO CELEBRATES ITS 1OOTH ANNIVERSARY

Colin Sewake Special to The Hawai‘i Herald Tucked away on the corner of Dillingham Boulevard and Kokea Street, Nisshodo Candy Store is a hidden treasure. Despite our familiarity with the area, Editor Jodie Ching and I...

In Our Community: NUI MONO AND TEMARI HAWAI‘I

Photos by Jodie Chiemi Ching To learn more about Nui Mono and Temari, visit their websites facebook.com/NUIMONO.HAWAII/ and temarihawaii.org.
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Photos by Wayne Shimbara DEC. 6: TOYS FOR TOTS DEC. 28: MOCHITSUKI AT NICHIREN MISSION OF HAWAII

In Our Community – RAINBOW DRIVE-IN TRICK-OR-TREAT

Kids Enjoy Treats From the HJJCC Cherry Blossom Court Members Photos by Wayne Shinbara

THREE BOOKS, ONE MESSAGE

Never Too Young to Learn Why We Should Always Strive for Peace Karleen Chinen Commentary Special to The Hawai‘i Herald This year, International Peace Day (Sept. 21) is being observed just a few weeks after the 75th anniversary...
Book cover, titled 'Leading with Aloha, From the Pineapple Fields to the Principal's Office' by Jan Iwase

Book Review: “Leading with Aloha” Redefines Leadership

Jodie Chiemi Ching Jan Iwase’s memoir “Leading with Aloha: From the Pineapple Fields to the Principal’s Office” came into my hands at the perfect time. With just two months of editorship at The Hawai‘i Herald under my belt, I still feel like I am learning to walk. Nostalgic, comforting and practical, “Leading with Aloha” was....
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Community Focus – Takitanis Give $218,000 to College-Bound, High-School Students

The Mamoru and Aiko Takitani Foundation, named after the issei businessman from Yamaguchi and his wife – who met and wed on Maui then together co-founded Hawaiian Host chocolates in Kaimukī – donated funds to 59 college-bound students across Hawai‘i, for a total of $218,000 in scholarships. The latest wave of Takitani Foundation moneys, allocated....

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