KIKU-TV is Hawaii’s premier multi-cultural television station, dedicated to bringing quality international and local programming to Hawaii viewers.
KIKU-TV provides free, over-the-air programming from Japan and the Philippines, subtitled in English to appeal to all audiences. News, dramas, documentaries, reality shows, travel and food programs are examples of the wide variety of programming offered on KIKU-TV.
Hawaii is the only Asian-majority state in the nation. Filipino and Japanese comprise the two largest segments of Hawaii’s population. KIKU provides news and entertainment that keeps generations of Hawaii’s people connected with their culture and background.
KIKU-TV broadcasts from the Pacific Guardian Center in Honolulu. Our signal is carried throughout the entire state on the Oceanic Time-Warner and Hawaiian Telcom cable systems, and Dish and DirecTV satellite systems.
Over-the-air: Digital Channel 20.1
Oceanic Time Warner: Basic cable Channel 9/Digital cable Channel 89 (Oahu); Basic cable Channel 10/Digital cable Channel 89 (Maui); Digital Channel 89 (Kauai and Big Island).
Hawaiian Telcom: Digital Channel 20
DirecTV: Channel 20
Dish: Channel 20