A first-of-its-kind Hawaii-Japan mission of Hawaii-Hiroshima Emerging Young Business Leaders Program (EYBLP) wrapped up its inaugural program last week with eight young business leaders from Hawaii visiting Hiroshima to learn about business and cultural practices unique to the area and Japan.
The Honolulu Japanese Chamber of Commerce would like to thank our membership for attending the recent Government Affairs Committee speakers’ seminars: Scott S. Morishige, MSW, Governor’s Coordinator on Homelessness, Governor’s Office We hosted Scott S. Morishige, MSW on Wednesday, February 21st at the HJCC Library, where he gave a seminar on the Ohana Zone & […]
Written by Event Chair, Kari Kiyota (PSH Insurance) On Wednesday, February 28th, Dole Cannery’s Pо̄maikaʻi Ballroom was filled with cheerful laughter and conversation as the HJCC welcomed over 200 people to the annual General Membership Gathering | Arigato. Chamber members were joined by members of the Honolulu Japanese Junior Chamber and prospective HJCC members […]
The Inaugural Hawaii-Hiroshima Emerging Young Business Leaders Program (EYBLP) successfully concluded on Thursday, March 8th. In an article published in the Chuugoku Shinbun on Friday, March 9th, the EYBLP visited Daishin Soshakan Photo Studio, a ‘kimono experience photography studio,’ in which participants were able to get dressed in a kimono (hakama for the men), are photographed, then choose […]
Delegations from Hiroshima Convention & Visitors Bureau and the Chigasaki Chamber of Commerce and Industry visited the Chamber office prior to the Honolulu Festival. Both delegations will be participating at the 2018 Honolulu Festival, to be held at the Hawaii Convention Center, throughout Waikiki, and Ala Moana Shopping Center.