Photo from “Kagurame.”

NGN3 September Movie Schedule (Part I)

FRIDAY, SEPT. 1 Midnight – Portrait of Castle Women 1:40 a.m. – Excursion to Treasure Isle 3:10 a.m. – Clan Revival, Part 3 4:10 a.m. – Cruel Tale of Bushido 6:20 a.m. – House on Fire 8:40 a.m. – Seven Knights, Part 1 9:40 a.m. – Goblin in Stirrups 11:10 a.m. – The Valiant Red Peony....

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“Kimi wa Pet (You are My Pet),” premieres on Wednesday, Sept. 6, at 7:35 p.m. Sumire works as a journalist at a major newspaper. She is a beautiful woman with both wit and charm, and the brains to graduate from both Tokyo University and Harvard. But she is terrible at relationships. She was dumped by....
Photo from the “Kagurame.”

NGN3 September Movie Schedule (Part II)

SUNDAY, SEPT. 17 1:10 a.m. – Goblin in Stirrups 2:40 a.m. – The Prickly Mouthed Geisha 3 4 a.m. – Drunken Sword 5:40 a.m. – Portrait of Castle Women 7:20 a.m. – Excursion to Treasure Isle 8:50 a.m. – Drunken Sword 10:30 a.m. – Pale Moon 12:40 p.m. – Road of Chivalry 2:20 p.m. – Snake....
Photo of the Arata aunties and uncles gathered to welcome me to Okinawa in 1986.

My Furusato – Okinawa: The Journey Home

Karleen C. Chinen (This story was first published in the Nov. 21, 1986, edition of The Hawai‘i Herald following my first trip to Japan. Parts of it have been re-edited.) I should have been bursting with excitement: I was on my way to Okinawa — my first trip to my ancestral homeland. Everyone who had....
Akemi Martin-Sensei presents the senbazuru (1,000 origami cranes) to Takashi Ejiri, director of the Tourism Exchange Division for the Iwaki City Government, as the Ryukyukoku Matsuri Daiko Hawaii members (from left) Jonathan Loomis, Melissa Ching, Christine Kim, Katie Tokunaga, Nikka Kahalekulu-Nakama and Alex Au look on.

Sharing Uchinanchu Aloha … In Fukushima!

Melissa Ching Special to The Hawai‘i Herald Was it destiny, or simply chance that led to the unexpected connection between our Okinawan eisä taiko group, Ryukyukoku Matsuri Daiko Hawaii, and an Iwaki City high school hula group from Fukushima Prefecture? Last summer, Marian Moriguchi, who is involved with travel and tourism in Fukushima, arranged for....
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Community Focus – Yokohama Showing for “Hawaii Nikkei Legacy Exhibit”, Next Stop: Hiroshima

A photo exhibit chronicling the history of Japanese immigrants and their descendants in Hawai‘i recently opened at the Japanese Overseas Migration Museum in Yokohama, Japan. The exhibit, titled, “The Hawaii Nikkei Legacy,” is co-sponsored by the Nisei Veterans Legacy, the Japan-America Society of Hawaii and the Japanese Cultural Center of Hawai‘i. The term Nikkei refers....
Photo of Chiyoko, Kathleen and Ian walk up the street to their old home, an American-style home that Hiroto Kagimoto built for his family.

My Furusato – Home IS Where the Heart Is

Grant Kagimoto Special to The Hawai‘i Herald Most people who know me through my company, Cane Haul Road, would probably assume I was born and raised in Hawai‘i. In response to the often-asked local question, “What high school you went?” my answer is “Kubasaki High School, Department of Defense, Sukiran (today Zukeran), Okinawa.” It’s a....
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Real Possibilities – How Okinawans Disrupt Aging

REAL POSSIBILITIES BY Barbara Kim Stanton
Photo of chef, Eric Oto over a flaming wok

Community Focus – Herald Salutes

Eric Oto has been appointed chef de cuisine of Hoku’s at The Kahala Hotel & Resort. Oto is now responsible for overseeing the culinary direction of the award-winning restaurant under the guidance of The Kahala’s executive chef, Wayne Hirabayashi. Oto has more than a decade of culinary experience. He most recently served as sous chef....

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