ホノルル日本人商工会議所は、「会員同士の相互互助」を基本理念とし、ハワイのビジネスと経済の発展を促進する団体です。

産業界のリーダーとして、会員間の交流を促進し、伝統の継承とさらなる発展をめざします。

The term Kuroko(literal translation: black child//black clothes) is used in reference to the stagehands in traditional Japanese theatre, dressed all in black so as to appear invisible.  They move about in kabuki and noh stages much as a stealthy ninja at night. They may even hold props or move scenery, but are rarely apparent on stage.

Each year at our General Membership Gathering, the Honolulu Japanese Chamber of Commerce (HJCC) recognizes members that have continued to support the organization in many ways “behind the scenes”.  The selection committee is the office staff who interacts directly with our members.

Congratulations to our honorees:

2018
Stanley Gono

Stan Gono (Left) and Chairman of the Board, Brian Nishida (Right) Photo by JN Productions

Cathy Tong

Cathy Ton (Left) and Chairman of the Board, Brian Nishida (Right) Photo by JN Productions

 

2017
Gregg Mueller
Chris Anjo

2016
Robert Nagao
Lyle Takeuchi

2015
Richard Park III
Carl Watanabe
Gus Yniguez

2014
Hiroshima Kenjin Kai

2013
Emi Anamizu
Seiji Aspengren
Sidney Hamada
Mark Ibara
Jody Kadokawa
Phyllis Kihara
Karl Kobayashi
Michael McMurdo
Wayne Miyao
Brian Nishida
Michael Nomura
Ronald Ushijima

 

ホノルル日本人商工会議所は、「会員同士の相互互助」を基本理念とし、ハワイのビジネスと経済の発展を促進する団体です。

産業界のリーダーとして、会員間の交流を促進し、伝統の継承とさらなる発展をめざします。