We are an organization founded for the promotion of business and economic growth in Hawaii based upon the principle, “Members Supporting Members.”

The organization provides leadership and programs which promote membership interaction, resulting in growth and the continuation of its legacy.

We continue creating opportunities since 1900 to promote fostering friendships, connecting “B2B” (business-to-business), and mālama ka ‘āina (‘caring for the land’).

President & CEO Wayne Ishihara was visited by Masahiro Kayukawa, Chair of Tourism/Restaurant committee, Fukuoka Chamber of Commerce on August 12th, 2019.

Chair of the Board Jon Tsukamoto, Immediate Past Chair Melanie Okazaki, Chair-Elect Jason Ito, First Vice Chair Myles Shibata and other Past Chairs of the Honolulu Japanese Chamber of Commerce attended the Installation banquet for the Honolulu Japanese Junior Chamber of Commerce.

Congratulations to the Hawaii Convention Center and HJCC Member Teri Orton (General Manager) on their recognition in venue management by the International Association of Venue Managers! Winning the 2019 Venue Excellence Award, Teri says “this award honors the work of our entire team for providing world-renowned service and aloha to each of our guests.” She was also […]

On July 3rd, Hiroshima City Mayor Kazumi Matsui (in front of Mikoshi, left of Jon Tsukamoto) visited the Chamber Office with his delegation of City Council and Department Heads while attending the Mayors’ Conference in Honolulu and also signed with the City to continue and celebrate the 60th anniversary of the sister-city relationship. Greeting the […]

By Ichiro Sekimitsu On Wednesday, June 26 the Japan Business Relations Committee hosted a lunchtime seminar on The Business of Ikebana presented by Professor Nancy Stalker, Soshitsu Sen XV Distinguished Professor of Japanese History and Culture at UH Manoa.  Ikebana is the Japanese art of flower arranging and Professor Stalker spoke on how the 3 […]

We are an organization founded for the promotion of business and economic growth in Hawaii based upon the principle, “Members Supporting Members.”

The organization provides leadership and programs which promote membership interaction, resulting in growth and the continuation of its legacy.

We continue creating opportunities since 1900 to promote fostering friendships, connecting “B2B” (business-to-business), and mālama ka ‘āina (‘caring for the land’).