Young Shigeo “Robert” Muroda. (Photos courtesy of the Muroda family)

Lead Story – In Their Own Words

Issei, Nisei and Kibei Share Their Stories of Being Interned in Hawai‘i During World War II Gail Honda Special to The Hawai‘i Herald This month marks 75 years since Honouliuli, the largest and longest-operating internment camp in Hawai‘i, opened during World War II. It opened in March of 1943 in a deep gulch off Kunia....
“Evergreen Love.”

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“Sapporo Snow Festival 2018,” premieres on Wednesday, April 4, at 8:30 p.m. Two and a half million people visit Sapporo’s world famous Snow Festival every year to enjoy its great snow statues, snow activities, romantic night strolling and great food. The 69th annual snow festival features “The Final Fantasy XIV: Battle of Winter Wonderland” sculpture.....
Columnist Colin Sewake for "My Hawaii"

My Hawaii – Sakura Viewing . . . Okinawa Style

MY HAWAII BY Colin Sewake DAYTIME SAKURA VIEWING ON MT. YAEDAKE Location: Motobu-cho, Feb. 7, 2018 When I think of symbols that represent Japan, three images come to mind: Mt. Fuji and Hello Kitty and sakura cherry blossoms. Fortunately for me, I’m able to enjoy these beautiful flowers in bloom every winter season, even while....
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Taste of Hongwanji Bazaar

WHO/WHAT: Honpa Hongwanji Hawaii Betsuin will hold its annual bazaar featuring ‘ono food and drinks, entertainment, a variety of handcrafted items and many other “hidden treasures.” The bazaar will also feature Maui-style “flying saucers,”...
In 2014, Army investigators sift through the remains of what was a prisoner of war camp at Schofield Barracks from 1944 to 1945. (U.S. Army photo)

History – Footprint of Hawaii’s Italian POW’s

The Little-Known Story of the Landmarks Left by World War II Italian Prisoners of War Gregg K. Kakesako Special to The Hawai‘i Herald During World War II, some 3,000 Okinawan soldiers, conscripts and civilians were imprisoned in Hawai‘i as prisoners of war. Twelve of them died while in captivity here in Hawai‘i and were buried....
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Generation Gap

GENERATION GAP by Jon J. Murakami
Historical Fiction by Michael G. Malaghan

Historical Fiction – “Picture Bride, A Family Saga”

HISTORICAL FICTION By Michael G. Malaghan Chapter 120 “Lies! Lies! Lies!” Grace Fortescue screamed, slamming the Hawaii Hochi down on the sofa. “Mama, what is it?” Thalia cried, running into the living room from the kitchen. Her mother was visiting that afternoon. Neither woman could stand the other, which was why Grace had rented her....
Comic Shushin, Mar. 16 2018 Issue

Shushin

Bishop Ryokan Ara Tendai Mission of Hawaii Iika, kyou wa koremade no Jinsei no Saigo no hi da Iika, kyou wa korekara no Jinsei no saisho hi da Look! Today is the last day of your life. Look! Today is the...
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Estate Planning Insights – How Kids Can Be Oyakoko Even When They Live Away

ESTATE PLANNING INSIGHTS By Ethan R. Okura There is a term in Japanese culture — oyakökö — which means to love and care for your parents, although it is really a sentiment that is embraced universally, regardless of race. At our office, we oftentimes have clients who raised their families here in Hawai‘i and then....

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