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Avoid Cirrhosis Of The Liver and Liver Cancer (Part One)

The great majority of people treated for liver ailments suffer from chronic hepatitis of the liver. Chronic hepatitis, though serious, is no reason to lose hope. If mistreated, however, it can develop into cirrhosis...

In Search Of Grandfather’s Spirit

James Dote Special to The Hawaii Herald Eight years ago, our son Ryan had an ancestral epiphany while exchanging university graduation wishes among his friends. On a social media site, each shared their one wish for...

Cherry Blossom Festival Queen Contestants Introduced

The Japanese Cultural Center of Hawai‘i’s New Year’s ‘Ohana Festival on Jan. 11 was the setting for the kick-off of the 63rd Cherry Blossom Festival, an annual project of the Honolulu Japanese Junior Chamber...

Japanese Consulate Honors Japanese Media

Hawaii Hochi and The Hawai‘i Herald, represented by Hawaii Hochi, Ltd. president Keiichi Tagata, were among three media organizations recognized by Consul General of Japan Toyoei Shigeeda on Dec. 17. Also honored were Hawaii...

“Walter’s Angels” Steal The Show At HJCC’s 2015 Shinnen Enkai

The Honolulu Japanese Chamber of Commerce welcomed the ”Year of the Sheep” at its 70th annual shinnen enkai (New Year’s banquet), which was held Jan. 9 at the Japanese Cultural Center of Hawai‘i. Close...

Chado Urasenke Tankokai Hawaii Celebrates “Year Of The Sheep” With First Tea Of 2015

Members and guests of the Chado Urasenke Tankokai Hawaii welcomed 2015, the “Year of the Sheep,” with its traditional Hatsudate Shiki, or first tea of the year. The ceremony was held Jan. 19 in...

JWSF Welcomes New Year At Natsunoya Teahouse

Members and guests of the Japanese Women’s Society Foundation celebrated the new year with their annual shinnen enkai at the Natsunoya Teahouse on Jan. 25. Nearly 100 people attended the luncheon, which included “Lucky...
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JCS Maui Accepting Scholarship Applications

The Japanese Cultural Society of Maui is accepting applications for its annual scholarship to be awarded to a graduating high school senior who promotes and perpetuates Japanese culture through education and/or the arts. Interested...
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