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Generation Gap

GENERATION GAP by Jon J. Murakami
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TWO BANANAS A DAY BOOST IMMUNITY, PROTECT AGAINST DISEASES AND ADULT ILLNESS (Part 1) Recently, people have been talking about how bananas can inhibit cancer. The attention stems from the media’s focus on a presentation...
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Estate Planning – More on International Estate Planning

Ethan R. Okura Hawai‘i Herald Columnist In last month’s column, I introduced you to the basics of international estate planning. I explained the Internal Revenue Service’s definitions of a U.S. citizen, a non-resident alien and a resident alien. The definition of a resident alien is different for income tax purposes and for gift and estate....
'Perfect World.'

NGN3 September Movie Schedule (part I)

SUNDAY, SEPT. 1 Midnight – Kamikaze Aventurer 2 a.m. – The Yagyu Military Art: One-Eyed Ninja 3:30 a.m. – Nerves for Victory 5 a.m. – Lord Hideyori and Princess Sen 6:30 a.m. – Classmates 8:20 a.m. – Peacock Secrets 9:20 a.m. – The Envoy 10:50 a.m. – A Brave Ronin 12:20 p.m. – Traveling in Party....

Karii! An Awamori Experience

WHO/WHAT: Enjoy an evening of food, fellowship and awamori, Okinawa’s popular and time-honored alcoholic beverage, at this event being held in conjunction with the Okinawan Festival. Attendees can customize their own awamori cocktails and...
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Kuakini Auxiliary Food, Plant and Gift Faire

WHO/WHAT: The Kuakini Auxiliary will hold its “Food, Plant and Gift Faire” featuring crafts, potted plants and fresh produce, snacks, baked goods, sushi, waffle dogs and andagi. Special items from Kuakini’s gift shop will...
'Mirror Twins Season 2.'

NGN Programs (continued)

“Daibosatsu Touge Kanketsuhen (Sword In The Moonlight Part 3),” 1959 samurai film, 1 hour and 45 minutes. Directed by Tomu Uchida. Starring Chiezo Kataoka, Kinnosuke Nakamura, Chiyonosuke Azuma and Ryunosuke Tsukigata. Master swordsman Ryunosuke is confronted by the families of his victims. Will justice be served for the lost innocent lives? The conclusion of the....
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Tenrikyo’s 49th Annual Bazaar

WHO/WHAT: This fundraising bazaar attracts thousands of visitors who turn out to enjoy the food offerings, entertainment and more — all to support disaster relief and church activities. WHEN/WHERE: Sunday, Aug. 25, 8:30 a.m.–2 p.m....
Hawai‘i Herald columnist Colin Sewake met the Rev. Irene Tanabe, a Kubasaki High School alumnus when she was taking friends to see Yachimun no Sato in Yomitan. Colin is a good friend of the owner, Kinjo-san. (Photo by Colin Sewake)

Home Away From Home – Proud to be a “Kubasaki Brat”

Kubasaki High School Alumni Remember Fondly Their Alma Mater Grant Kagimoto and Karleen Chinen Special to The Hawai‘i Herald We were all “Kubasaki Brats” — the children of Okinawa-based U.S. military personnel or civil service people working for the military in Okinawa and attending the Department of Defense school known as Kubasaki High School. More....
Smile and say “Andagi!” It’s everyone’s Okinawan Festival favorite.

2019 Okinawan Festival – “The Festival” and “The Mura”

Last year, the leadership and member-clubs of the Hawaii United Okinawa Association took a leap into the unknown and moved the Okinawan Festival from Kapi‘olani Park to the Hawai‘i Convention Center. It was an experimental year for the state’s largest ethnic festival. It proved to be a good move as it had an estimated 56,000....

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