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Comic Shushin, October 4, 2019 Issue

Shushin

Bishop Ryokan Ara Tendai Mission of Hawaii Donnani tsurai kanashimi nimo Sore ni fusawashii Shiawase ga kitto aru. No matter how terribly sad it is. But surely there must also be an appropriate happiness.
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Izumo Taishakyo : Autumn Festival

WHO/WHAT: Izumo Taishakyo Mission of Hawaii will celebrate its 113th Autumn Thanksgiving Festival. The event will open with a traditional blessing, followed by a fellowship luncheon and entertainment. The purpose of the festival is to express gratitude...
Book cover, titled 'Bamboo Ridge, Journal of Hawaii Literature and Arts'

Book Launch: “Bamboo Ridge #115”

WHO/WHAT: Bamboo Ridge Press presents a book launch of its latest issue of “Bamboo Ridge: Journal of Hawai‘i Literature and Arts.” The evening will feature a reading and talk story with a few authors...
Photo of cherry blossom tree with a full moon background for event, Harvest Moon Viewing on 10/13/19

UJSH: Harvest Moon Viewing

WHO/WHAT: The United Japanese Society of Hawaii presents its annual “Tsukimi no Kai Moon Viewing.” Moon viewing parties are a tradition in Japan, where friends gather to admire the beauty of the full moon....
Omotesenke Domonkai Hawaii member Reiko Lewis carefully waters her floral arrangement during the hanayose (flower offering) — one of the Seven Exercises, or Shichiji-shiki, established by Sösa Sen VII (1705-1751).

Community Focus – Omotesenke Domonkai Hawaii Honors Tea Master Jashinsai VII

The Omotesenke Domonkai Hawaii held a special tea ceremony on Sept. 21 in the Seikoan tearoom at the Japanese Cultural Center of Hawai‘i. The ceremony, called Tennenki, was held in honor of Iemoto Joshinsai (Tennen Sösa) VII (1705-1751). The program celebrated Joshinsai’s legacy and his role in establishing the foundations for Omotesenke with a chatö,....
The storefront of Charlie’s Tacos in Okinawa City.

Food Culture – The Taco Rice Story

Necessity Was the Mother of Invention — and It Changed Tastes Colin Sewake Special to The Hawai‘i Herald For years I’ve wondered how taco ingredients came to be spread over rice and eaten that way here in Okinawa rather than being served in a crispy taco shell like it is in the states and other locales. Everyone — my wife, Okinawan....
Drawing featuring Dennis Fujitake as a comic

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