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’).

On November 5, 2013, more than 30 people attended presentation by Andrew Stewart at Manoa Grand Ballroom. This was a follow up seminar of “Japanese Business Customs Every Gaijin Should Know” held in April.

Chairman of the Board Gordon Kagawa announced that we are planning a Japan Trip the week of May 25 – May 31, 2014. The tentative plan is to fly direct to Fukuoka (spend a few days), Matsuyama (EhimePrefecture) and Hiroshima. Possible side trips the following few days thereafter could be to Fukui, Tokyo and Shizuoka.

 By Peter Hamasaki, Chair, Government Affairs Committee On November 12, 2013, members of the Chamber’s Governmental Affairs Committee, as well as interested Board members, met with three members of the University of Hawaii’s Presidential Selection Committee. The search committee members included Regent Jan Sullivan, Student Regent Jeffrey Acido and Committee Member Walt Niemczura.  The meeting […]

The Honolulu Japanese Chamber has a segment in this video produced by the Department of Education (DOE). It is a series which will be available for students to use in their studies. This segment is about the Japanese Heritage in Hawaii.

The Honolulu Japanese Chamber of Commerce received a certificate of appreciation and flag from the National Park Service. The flag was raised on the USS Arizona Memorial during the two day painting project. Presenting the items to Chairman Gordon Kagawa was Past Chair Wayne Kato who was a co-chair with Jerry Boster for the painting project.

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’).