Please consider supporting this event presented by the Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaii (JCCH). The JCCH was conceptualized and established by the Honolulu Japanese Chamber of Commerce (HJCC) in 1988.
Happy Holidays! The Chamber has been kept busy strategizing, implementing and reviewing so many events and committee tasks and duties. From the generational awards and installation banquet to the Chopsticks and Wine to the many committee, executive and board meetings and other obligations, I have personally been to 81 commitments during the first half of my chairmanship. So many volunteers are working hard for you so that we are able to stay current and relevant. When you receive our e-surveys please respond. It is to help bring out the best value for your membership dues […]
From konnichiwa to sayonara, aisatsu includes all the salutations shared when encountering others. But during the New Year’s period, it takes on additional meaning in Japanese business culture. Bonding with colleagues, strengthening customer relations, using a marketing tool steeped in tradition; aisatsu promotes a happy business start to the New Year.
The Honolulu Japanese Chamber of Commerce (HJCC) is pleased to be a partnering organization with the National Japanese American Citizens League for E Komo Mai: A Welcome Dinner for Admiral Harry B. Harris, Jr., Commander, U.S. Pacific Fleet on Friday, February 7, 2014 at the Manoa Grand Ballroom. Please consider supporting this event.
Albert C. Kobayashi was born in Honolulu in 1920. When Albert was 12 years old, his father passed away, and to help his family survive, he worked with his older brother and sister on their parents’ farm in Manoa. He also did odd jobs like selling newspapers and chauffeuring to add to the family’s income. After graduating from McKinleyHigh School in 1937, he attended business college classes while working at nights […]