Comic Shushin, November 1, 2019 Issue

Shushin

Bishop Ryokan Ara Tendai Mission of Hawaii Hito no sei ni shite iru koto o Minna jibun no sei ni shite mina Kitto umaku iku yo Instead of blaming others, Put the blame on yourself. And surely things will be...
Promo and graphic for '38th Annual Trash and Treasure' Fair for Temari Hawaii

Temari Hawaii’s Trash & Treasure Fair

WHO/WHAT: Temari Hawaii’s 38th Trash & Treasure Fair will feature unique handmade treasures, gifts and more. Each artist is carefully selected by a panel of judges and must be invited to participate. As for...
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“Zen Ken Sho” Art Show and Sale

WHO/WHAT: The Daihonzan Chozen-ji International Zen Dojo will hold its annual art show and sale, “Zen Ken Sho.” This year, the show will feature the art and life of the late Jackson Morisawa, and...
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JCCH Shichi Go San Keiki Kimono Dressing

WHO/WHAT: “Shichi Go San.” literally translated as “seven, five, three,” dates back to the Meiji Era (1868-1912), when parents brought their children dressed in kimono — girls, ages 3 and 7, and boys, ages...
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Kikaida 45th Anniversary in Hawaii

WHO/WHAT: It’s been 45 years since “Jinzo Ningen Kikaida” first appeared on television in Hawai‘i. Meet Hawai‘i’s favorite superhero, Kikaida, and the original Jiro — actor Ban Daisuke — and get a free autograph...
One . . . two . . . three . . . shaka! Mayors Victorino of Maui County and Naoki Edahiro of Fukuyama City flash a shaka, along with Joycelyn Victorino and Fukuyama City Assembly Chair Yoshiyuki Hayakawa (far right).

Lead Story – The Maui County, Japan Friendship

The Friendship Continues to Bloom Under Maui County Mayor Michael Victorino Kevin Y. Kawamoto Special to The Hawai‘i Herald Every year in mid-May, the Japanese city of Fukuyama in Hiroshima Prefecture explodes in vibrant colors with rose blooms for as far as the eye can see — and just in time for the celebrated Fukuyama....
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Dialogue – Mahalo Maui!

Karleen C. Chinen Commentary It’s hard to believe that this is The Hawai‘i Herald’s sixth Maui Issue. Time has flown by so quickly since last year’s issue. If you are a regular reader of the Herald, two stories in this issue may seem slightly familiar. But take the time to read them and you’ll see....
67th Chrysanthemum festival contestants: Alexis Camara, Emma Mika Endo, Cassidy Hanano, Lauren Mitra, Kokoro Yamazaki

Maui Community Focus – Chrysanthemum Festival set for Dec. 7 in Kihei

Five Valley Isle high school juniors will vie for the title of 67th Chrysanthemum Festival queen. The festival is a Japanese cultural event that raises funds for scholarships and for the historical preservation programs of its sponsor, Maui’s Sons and Daughters of the Nisei Veterans. The Chrysanthemum Festival will be held Saturday, Dec. 7, at....
Consul General of Japan, Koichi Ito, and his wife, Misako Ito, give thanks and receive blessings as they pray at the altar with Rev. Akihiro Okada of the Daijingu Temple of Hawaii.

Community Focus – UJSH Celebrates its 20th Tsukimi No Kai

The United Japanese Society of Hawaii held its 20th annual “Tsukimi no Kai,” or moon-viewing celebration, on Oct. 15, on the rooftop of Bakery & Table. This year’s event was co-chaired by UJSH president-elect Frances Nakachi Kuba and past president Dean Asahina. Highlights of the event included a blessing, tea ceremony, haiku contest and bon....
Five-year-old Cummins Chong-Kee tames the shishi (lion) while Amy Shinsato, Terry Higa-Sensei (obscured), Lori Shinsato, Norman Kaneshiro-Sensei and George Fujita performed music to assist him. Inside the shishi’s costume are brothers Aukai Joy and Kuakini Joy.

In Our Community – Maui Okinawan Festival

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