Karleen C. Chinen
In recent weeks, something World War II veteran and retired labor arbitrator Ted Tsukiyama told me — and other Sansei, I’m sure — has been on my mind. I’ve known Ted for...
Consul General of Japan Yasushi Misawa honored members of the Japanese Women’s Society Foundation on Nov. 18 for the organization’s efforts in promoting relations between Japan and Hawai‘i.
The JWSF was formed in 1954 as...
FRIDAY, JAN. 1
Midnight – Fate Deals the Card of Death
1:50 a.m. – The Cave of the
3:20 a.m. – The Young Animals
4:50 a.m. – First Love of Okon
6:20 a.m. – High School Super
Drink Lots of Water for Your Body’s Benefit
Drinking lots of water daily can help prevent cancer, gallstones, bladder infection, asthma and illnesses of the mouth and throat. Recent research conducted by the Harvard University...
WHAT: The Wailea Village Historic Preservation Community and Friends’ annual mochi pounding celebration.
WHEN/WHERE: Sunday, Dec. 27, from 8 a.m.-2 p.m.; Hwy. 19 at the 15 mile marker. Parking available at the baseball fields. Look...
• IZUMO TAISHAKYO MISSION OF HAWAII
215 N. Kukui St. (‘A‘ala area), 538-7778
Jan. 1: Midnight-5 p.m.; Jan. 2 and 3: 7:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
O-toso sake and candies will be served. Omamori available for purchase.
FREE parking available...
by Rev. Paul S. Osumi
Reprinted with permission
The Japanese very cleverly stunt great forest trees and make them into potted plants by tying up the taproot. The trees then live off their surface roots...
The Hawaii Herald’s name has been connected with several different publications since Hawaii Hochi founder Fred Kinzaburo Makino first came up with it in October 1942. The Herald’s comprehensive and varied coverage chronicles the past achievements, current concerns and future aspirations of its distinguished community.