Hito no kanashimi o
jibun no kanashimi ni.
Jibun no shiawase o
hito no shiawase ni.
Be sympathetic to
other people's sadness.
Spread your happiness
– Bishop Ryokan Ara
Tendai Mission of Hawaii
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A MESSAGE FROM KIKU-TV
KIKU TV General Manager
As you’ve probably already heard, on June 28, KIKU will stop airing Japanese and Filipino programming and become ShopHQ.
It has been our privilege to bring Japanese and...
HAWAI’I-GROWN MEDICINAL WONDER PLANT: AN IN-DEPTH STUDY OF UKON (PART I)
“Good medicine is bitter” — Aphorism
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Former Hongwanji Bishop Lived His Life with Gratitude and Aloha
Special to The Hawai‘i Herald
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WHO/WHAT: The Japan-America Society of Hawaii’s highly popular Friendship Golf Classic is taking sponsorship bids. Hurry and get your organization, partnership or firm to sign up for this 31st annual event courtesy of JASH...
“IREI NO HI” TO FOCUS ON YOUTH PERSPECTIVES
On Tuesday, June 22, the Hawaii United Okinawa Association will hold its annual Irei No Hi remembrance, a now-online event that commemorates the multitude of lives lost...
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