Old Town Tökyö Attracts New Visitors

Sophie Jackman From: Kyodo News Service TÖKYÖ — An old working-class neighborhood in Tökyö that rose from the ashes to become one of the city’s favorite retreats lies just a stone’s throw east of the Sumida...

Legacy In Our Families And Communities

Carl Takamura Special to The Hawai‘i Herald As someone whose Sansei “credentials” include being a graduate of McKinley High School, which, back then, was widely known as “Tokyo High” due to the demographics of its enrollment,...

Jimpu Kai Hosts “An Evening Of Asia-Pacific Cuisine”

The members of Jimpu Kai Kin Ryosho Ryukyu Geino Kenkyusho, Hawaii Shibu, hosted “An Evening of Asia-Pacific Cuisine” at Kapi‘olani Community College’s Ka‘ikena Fine Dining Restaurant on April 21. Jimpu Kai artistic director Cheryl...
Historical Fiction by Michael G. Malaghan

“Picture Bride” – A Family Saga

Rev. Paul Osumi

Only One Problem

In these days of pressure and tension, we are driven almost to distraction by our work. How many times have you thought as you went to bed, “How can I ever meet all the...

Sumie Society Of Hawaii Celebrates 14th Exhibition

Members of the Sumie Society of Hawaii wrapped up their 14th annual exhibition at Honolulu Hale with a celebratory luncheon at Alan Wong’s Pineapple Room. The members’ India ink and Japanese art drawings were...
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What Is FICA?

Your Social Security By Jane Yamamoto-Burigsay
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Hui O Laulima Accepting 2017 Cultural Grant Applications

Applications are being accepted for Hui O Laulima’s 2017 Cultural Grant program. The prospective grant projects/activities and expenditure of grant monies must take place during the 2017 January-December calendar year. Applications are due by...

Finding A Nursing Home

Cate Kortzeborn Courtesy: Medicare Are you looking for a nursing home for yourself or a loved one? People go to nursing homes for different reasons. They may be sick or hurt and require ongoing nursing care. They...


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