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JUNE 11: KAMEHAMEHA DAY Photos by Wayne Shinbara JUNE 26: MANTÖ-E TRADITION Decorating For Obon With 10,000 Lanterns Editor’s note: Last month, the Higashi Hongwanji Mission of Hawaii held a lantern-decorating workshop in the temple’s Otani Center multi-purpose...
Drawing featuring Dennis Fujitake as a comic

8•0•8

8·0·8 By Dennis Fujitake
Dr. Robert Huey and a feature from the Sakamaki-Hawley Collection

UH Hamilton Library: Uncovering the Sakamaki-Hawley Collection

WHO/WHAT: Dr. Robert Huey, professor of Japanese Literature, will present “Uncovering the Sakamaki-Hawley Collection.” In an ongoing collaboration between UH and the University of the Ryukyus, roughly half of the collection’s items have been...

GENERATION GAP

GENERATION GAP by Jon J. Murakami
The Nagamine Photo Studio family, from left: Ty Shimomura, mom Florence (Nagamine) Shimomura and Rick Shimomura. (Photo courtesy Rick Shimomura)

Nagamine Photo Studio

Family-Run Photo Studio Has Been Capturing Maui’s Community for 87 Years Melissa Tanji Special to The Hawai‘i Herald Rick Shimomura says people still call him “Mr. Nagamine.” The Maui photographer doesn’t mind, though. After all, “Mr. Nagamine” was his maternal grandfather, Harold Nagamine Sr., who founded Nagamine Photo Studio in Lahaina in 1931 and later....
Taiko drummer, Hisakatsu Yokoyama, and fellow evacuees of Futaba, Fukushima fight to keep their beloved “Futaba Bon-Uta” alive after their furusato, or hometown, is wiped out by the 2011 earthquake and tsunami that hit the Töhoku region in Japan. (Photos courtesy 2018 Telecom Staff, Inc.)

Film Review – “Bon-Uta, a Song from Home”

A Heartwarming Documentary About Hawai‘i and Fukushima Jodie Chiemi Ching Like most of us who grew up in Hawai‘i, my fondest memories are from “small-kid-time.” On Hayden Street in Kapahulu, I met my first best friend — Leimana, learned to swim and fish for ‘oama at Waikiki Beach and heard about Hawaiian Night Marchers that....
Comic Shushin, October 18, 2019 Issue

Shushin

Bishop Ryokan Ara Tendai Mission of Hawaii Oya wa osanai ko o daki Ko wa oita oya o ou, sore ga kou to iu ji nanda nä. Parents will care for their child. The child in turn will care for his elderly...
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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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....
Photo of Jon J. Murakami

Generation Gap

GENERATION GAP by Jon J. Murakami

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