Dr. George Tanabe, Ph.D.
Special to The Hawai‘i Herald
Everything was ready for another New Year’s breakfast. My family had gathered around the table filled with our traditional dishes: ozoni soup, fresh fruit, nishime, chikuwa fish...
Review by Shoko Yonaha
Translated from the July 1, 2015, Ryukyu Shimpo
Editor’s note: Last June, Cheryl Yoshie Nakasone-Sensei, shihan (master instructor) of Jimpu Kai USA, Kin Ryöshö Ryükyü Geinou Kenkyusho, honored the legacy of her...
Reprinted with Permission
Allen Idemoto’s first glimpse of Elvis Presley was through a neighbor’s window.
Growing up in a small plantation house on Maui with so many brothers and sisters that he had to sleep...
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