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DateDescriptionContact Info
Thursday May 24 9:00AM-12:00PMMoiliili Community Center

Moiliili Senior Center Craft Fair

This is your chance to buy and see all the creations the Moiliili Senior Center participants have been making to help the senior program. All proceeds benefit the senior program.

Moiliili Community Center, Room 209

2535 S King Street, Honolulu

Paula Regidor 808.955.1555
Wednesday May30 5:00PM-6:30PMJodo Mission of Hawaii

Compassion and Care for Our Senior Family Members

Please join us for an evening of information and discussion as we talk about taking care of ourselves and our senior family members. This event is free.

Glenn Furukawa of Furukawa Senior Services will do a 30-minute presentation & 60 minutes of questions/answers/discussion on topics as: caring for your loved ones, care for the care giver, navigating the care system, dementia care and compassionate support, how to create a safer home environment and what to expect when considering senior placement.

RSVP: Bishop Narashiba 949-3995 (for head count) Refreshments & snacks provided

Jodo Mission of Hawaii (Ikoi Hall)

1429 Makiki Street, Honolulu

Bishop Yubun Narashiba 808.949.3995
Jun 1 - Jul 27 8:00AM-4:00PMMoiliili Community Center

Keiki Tour Summer Program

One of the oldest community center which has a deep connection to the Japanese American Community is hosting Kids’ program to commemorate 150 years anniversary of Hawaii’s Japanese immigration.

This summer ,we will be hosting the summer kids program (5-12 years old) for Japanese Children who are visiting Hawaii on Vacation. This program will starting from June 1 st until July 27th. The children will have many opportunities to mingle with local children who are attending our summer class. Through various activities( sports, games, swimming and learning English and Japanese, arts and craft, cooking , excursion) , all the children will develop their social skills: such as team work, cooperation and sportsmanship. And not to mention, global friendship!

Moiliili Community Center

2535 S.King Street, Honolulu

Eriko Niimi 808.955.1555
Saturday Jun 2 9:00AM-3:00PMCreative Arts Experience

Community Building Chinatown Network Sculpture

Building a downtown community sculpture over the existing pump house. 1) paint the pump house black and white, 2) paint, wrap and screw the branches into the pump house.

Sun Yat Sen Park

1041 Bethel Street, Honolulu

Sandra Pohl 808.521.1812
Saturday Jun 2 9:30AM-3:00PMFriends of Hawaii Kai Library bookstore

June sale 50% off all cookbooks entire month

Sale will be 50% off all COOKBOOKS and not fiction as previously stated. Bookstore sale to raise money for the Hawaii Kai library

Hawaii Kai Library

249 Lunalilo Home Road, Honolulu

Chandra Huang 808.395.7106
Saturday Jun 2 4:00PM-9:00PMHawaii's Plantation Village

28th O-Bon Celebration

4:00PM: Rededication of Gannenmono Plaque

4:30PM: Food and Craft booths open; Hachimaki & Happi coats for sale

5:45PM: Dancing begins

Hawaii's Plantation Village

94-695 Waipahu Street, Waipahu

Mil Holliday 808.677.0110
Sunday Jun 3 10:00AM-10:45AMHonolulu Fukushima Kenjin Kai

Fukushima “Today” Seminar

Fukushima “Today” Seminar presented by the honorable Masaaki Suzuki Vice Governor of Fukushima Prefecture.

This seminar will explore Fukushima’s efforts to recover and revitalize itself in the aftermath of the March 11, 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake, Tsunami and Nuclear Disaster. Admission is free, however, reservations are necessary.

Ala Moana Hotel, Hibiscus Ballroom on the 2nd floor

410 Atkinson Dr, Honolulu

Atsuko Kuwana 202.494.0329
Sunday Jun 3 2:00PM-4:00PMPearl City Hongwanji Mission

English Seminar

Sponsored by the Oahu Hongwanji Council with guest speaker, Dr. Jeff Wilson, author of Mindful America. The theme is Understanding Japanese Buddhist Diversity. If you're interested in attending, please call the temple at 455-1680.

Pearl City Hongwanji Mission

858 2nd Street, Pearl City

Rev. Mariko Nishiyama 808.455.1680
Sunday Jun 3 5:00PMVoices of Aloha

Spring Concert Series

Voices of Aloha presents its Spring Concert Series with Classical, gospel, pop and Hawaiian favorites. Joyful singing of music for all ages.

June 3 @5PM -Kawaiaha`o Church

Jane Aquino 808.391.3162
Sunday Jun 10 9:30AM-12:30PMPacific Bonsai Club

Annual Bonsai Plant Fair

The Pacific Bonsai Club will have its annual Bonsai Plant Fair. In addition to the plant fair, Pacific bonsai Club members will display samples of their beautiful Bonsai.

Kilauea Recreation Center

4109 Kilauea Avenue, Honolulu (Next to Kaimuki Middle School)

Wayne Kawamura 808.737.7156
Friday Jun 15 (Entry Deadline Jun 1) Izumo Taishakyo Mission of Hawaii

Gannenmono Celbrating 150 Years, 28th Annual Golf Tournament

Izumo Taishakyo Mission of Hawaii will sponsor its 28th Annual Golf Tournament. To accommodate this ever-increasing number of people, visiting and participating in sharing activities now and in years to come, we the members of Izumo Taisya Mission have embarked on a modest program to refurbish our facilities. This golf tournament continues to be one of the fund raising projects we undertake to accomplish our goal. Moreover, the golf tournament contributes much to enhance local and international goodwill and understanding.

Golf Tournament on Friday June 15, 2018

Check In & Lunch: 10:30AM, Start: 12:00PM, Shotgun Start

Entry Fee: $150.00 (includes green fee, lunch, awards banquet, and prizes)

Entry deadline is Friday, June 1, and if you wish, you may form your own foursome by submitting payment with entry forms. for more information, Call Izumo Taishakyo Mission of Hawaii at 538-7778 or e-mile at

Ewa Beach Golf Club

91-050 Fort Weaver Rd. Ewa Beach

Izumo Taishakyo Mission of Hawaii 808.538.7778
Friday Jun 15 Service 6:30PMWailuku Jodo Mission

Wailuku Jodo Mission Obon Festivities

Please join us for our annual Obon festivities. Service at 6:30PM and Dance to follow.

Wailuku Jodo Mission

67 Central Avenue, Wailuku

Rev. John Hara 808.244.0066
Saturday Jun 16 5:30PMHonomu Henjoji Mission

Honomu Henjoji Mission (Odaishisan) Bon Dance

5:00 PM Hatsu-Bon & O-Bon Service

7:00 PM O-Bon Dance

Honomu Henjoji Mission

28-1668 Old Mamalahoa Hwy, Honomu

Bishop Clark Watanabe 808.963.6308
Saturday Jun 16 Service 6:30PMWailuku Shingon Mission

Wailuku Shingon Mission Obon Festivities

Please join us for our Obon festivities. Service at 6:30PM and Dance at 7:30PM.

Wailuku Shingon Mission

1939 North Street, Wailuku

Rev. George Kitagawa 808.244.3800
Saturday Jun 16 7:00PM-10:00PMEwa Hongwanji Mission

Ewa Hongwanji Bon Dance

Please join us for an evening of joyful dancing to honor our ancestors.

Ewa Hongwanji Mission

91-1133 Renton Road, Ewa

Myra Nohara 808.542.1770
Jun 16 - Jul 1 Various Time Consulate General of Japan

The Hawaii Nikkei Legacy Exhibit

2018 marks the 150th anniversary of the first Japanese immigrants to Hawaii (Gannenmono). This is a photographic exhibit covering the history and culture of Japanese and Japanese Americans in Hawaii to commemorate the 150th anniversary. For more information:

Mondays-Saturdays, 10:00AM-9:00PM

Sundays, 10:00AM-6:00PM

Kahala Mall (hallway near Macy's)

4211 Waialae Ave, Honolulu

Lisa Sakamoto 808.543.3111



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