Waipouli Deli & Restaurant

If you’ve ever eaten at Waipouli Deli & Restaurant, consider yourself among Kaua‘i’s foodie elite. The owners don’t advertise much, so finding out about them is mainly by word of mouth, through repeat customers and...

Henoko: The “Line In The Sand” For Okinawa?

Karleen C. Chinen In 1972, 27 years after the end of World War II and governance by a civil administration put in place by the United States government, Okinawa once again became a prefecture of...

Willie Goo’s (Guardian Angel) Fog

Editor’s note: On this day, June 5, exactly 73 years ago, the all-Japanese American Hawaiian Provisional Infantry Battalion sailed out of Honolulu Harbor aboard the SS Maui. This was just six months after Japan’s...

Donkeys On The Run

Joe Udell Hawai‘i Herald Columnist The donkeys are loose and I am petrified. Just days ago, these animals seemed to be living symbols of tranquility — eating out of my hand, reveling in my affection, greeting me...

An Ode To The Vino And Hiroshi ’Ohana

Ryan Tatsumoto Hawai‘i Herald Columnist Editor’s note: The “foodie” movement is alive and thriving in Hawai‘i, with new restaurants and food trucks opening their doors almost weekly and open markets popping up in our neighborhoods, giving...

Gone, But No Longer Forgotten

Kevin Kawamoto Special to The Hawai‘i Herald For the past 14 years, representatives of the Hawai‘i State Hospital and supporters from the larger community have come together above a peaceful cul-de-sac at Hawaiian Memorial Park cemetery in...

Bon Dance and Obon Service Schedule 2015

BIG ISLAND June 13 (Sat.): Obon Festival at Keauhou Shopping Center (Kona Hongwanji), 6 p.m. (323-2993) June 13 (Sat.): Honomu Henjyoji Mission, 7 p.m.; Hatsubon and Obon service at 5 p.m. (963-6308) June 20 (Sat.): Papaikou Hongwanji,...

NGN Series Spotlights Hawai‘i – Japan Sister-State Ties

Hawai‘i’s sister-state ties with Japan are the focus of a series of programs airing on Oceanic Cable’s Nippon Golden Network, a subscription-based network of stations. The series highlights Hawai‘i’s sister-state relationships with Fukuoka, Okinawa,...

Lorraine Tokuyama: “92 And Still Kicking!”

The Master Sashiko Teacher and TEMARI Treasure is Also a Lifelong Learner

Honouliuli Dedicated As National Historic Monument

It was warm and humid on the morning of March 31, but the uncomfortable conditions could not dampen the spirits of the crowd gathered for the dedication of the former Honouliuli Internment Camp site...

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