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’).

Tune in to ‘Olelo Community Media to watch two of HJCC’s signature events in March – the 35th Annual “Commitment to Excellence” Art Exhibition and the 69th Annual Shinnen Enkai (New Year’s Banquet).

  The Executive Officers led by Chairman Gordon Kagawa hosted the Fukuoka Chamber of Commerce & Industry Chairman Norio Sueyoshi.  Also in attendance were Past Chair Christine Kubota, Ray Sekiya, Past President, Fukuoka Kenjin Kai and Yuichiro Uchida, Secretary of Chairman Sueyoshi.  Chairman Sueyoshi was here leading the Fukuoka International Air Cargo Advancement Association made […]

Come and learn how local businesses have changed their game in today’s dynamic marketplace. Featuring Jason Higa, CEO of FCH Enterprises Inc., Paula Yoshioka, President of Queen’s Development Corporation and Russell Hata, Chairman & CEO of Y. Hata & Co., Limited.

On January 29, 2014 HJCC President Wayne Ishihara helped to open the 3rd Japanese Trade Fair in Honolulu. The fair which featured 50 farmers and food producers from Japan was a great opportunity for local Hawaii businesses to meet one another.

Members of the Honolulu Japanese Chamber of Commerce (HJCC) and their guests helped ring in the New Year on January 4, 2014, at the annual Shinnen Enkai (New Year’s Banquet). Once again, Imperial Table Sponsors were delighted in the special dinner prepared by well-known guest chef DK Kodama of Sansei Seafood Restaurant & Sushi Bar and dk Steak House. The event kicked off with a Wadaiko performance by HJCC member, Dragon Beat. […]

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’).