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Hiroshima Survivor Koko Kondo Talk

WHO/WHAT: Hiroshima atomic bomb survivor and peace activist Koko Kondo will share her story with the Hawai‘i community. Kondo was 7 months old on Aug. 6, 1945, when America dropped the world’s first atomic bomb...
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Today’s Thought

by Rev. Paul S. Osumi Reprinted with permission MINOR PARTS Among items in a metropolitan newspaper was this brief comment on the death of an actor, “He played minor parts like a master.” Our lives are made...
“Retake - Toki o Kakeru Omoi.”

NGN3 May Movie Schedule (part I)

WEDNESDAY, MAY 1 Midnight – The Glorious Tokaido 1:40 a.m. – Shakotan Boogie-woogie 3:10 a.m. – Flower, Storm, and Gangsters 4:40 a.m. – Hibari is Fashion Crazy 6:10 a.m. – Dead Angle 8:50 a.m. – Paper Crane Palanquin 10:20 a.m. – The Yagyu Military Art: One-Eyed Swordsman 11:50 a.m. – Cross the Rubicon! 1:30 p.m.....
“Tadaima Osu Shotengai.”

NGN Programs

“Colorful 4K Hokkaido Kuchu Sanpo,” Thursday, May 2 at 7:35 p.m. A drone equipped with 4K camera shows you beautiful Hokkaido over four seasons. You will be enchanted with sceneries of Hokkaido! Fully subtitled in English. “Matsuko no Shiranai Sekai* (World Unknown to Matsuko),” premiers Sunday, May 5 at 7:20 p.m. A talk show in....
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KBFD – Korean Programming

“The Fiery Priest,” Sunday, at 6:45 p.m.; re-airs on Monday at 1 p.m. Hae-Il Kim is a Catholic priest. He makes spiteful remarks and he can be rude to others. Dae-Young Koo is a detective. He talks a lot and he is also timid. Kyung-Sun Park is a prosecutor. She is smart and beautiful. She....
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A framed collection of Emperor Akihito’s baby and childhood photos and his parents is part of the Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaii’s “Okage Sama De” exhibit. (Photo by Kevin Kawamoto)

Lead Story – Emperor Akihito’s Ties to Hawaii Run Long and Deep

As a Young Crown Prince, Akihito Helped America to See the Human Face of Japan Kevin Y. Kawamoto Special to the Hawai‘i Herald Enthusiastic waves of aloha greeted Emperor Akihito during each of his official visits to Hawai‘i, beginning in April 1953 when he was just barely an adult and about to embark on a....
The current and future emperors of Japan — Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko (seated) with Crown Prince Naruhito and Crown Princess Masako. (Courtesy Hawaii Hochi)

Japan’s Imperial Couple – Akihito and Michiko Forged a New Era

Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko Have Redefined the Imperial Family Kevin Y. Kawamoto Special to The Hawai‘i Herald After the last of their three visits in the 1960s, Akihito and Michiko did not visit Hawai‘i again for 27 years. When they did return again, much had changed in their lives. By 1994, they had raised....
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Health Information – A Sticky Slimy Way to Turn Back the Clock on the...

OKRA SLIME BUILDS STAMINA (Part 3) Okra first appeared in Japan in the early Meiji Era, circa the late 18th century. Only recently, however, has it found its way into the mainstream Japanese diet. The slimy...
Poster for screening 'And Then They Came for Us' - a documentary film featuring actor George Takei and other internees and a panel on the present-day relevance of the World War II internment

“And Then They Came for Us” Screening

WHO/WHAT: The screening of “And Then They Came for Us,” a documentary film featuring actor George Takei and other internees and a panel on the present-day relevance of the World War II internment are...

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