To be a vibrant resource, strengthening our diverse community by educating present and future generations in the evolving Japanese American experience in Hawai‘i. We do this through relevant programming, meaningful community service and innovative partnerships that enhance the understanding and celebration of our heritage, culture and love of the land. To guide us in this work we draw from the values found in our Japanese American traditions and the spirit of Aloha.
We hope to see you on the third Saturday of this month for the JCCH Craft & Collectibles Fair!
While you are shopping with our local Japanese and Japanese-themed vendors, we invite you to also enjoy a special performance by Somei Taiko at 10:30 a.m. Order a delicious grilled meal from our featured food vendor, Blue Truck Teppanyaki, to enjoy while you watch the performance!
Featured food vendor Blue Truck Teppanyaki
The Japanese Cultural Center of Hawai‘i (JCCH) cordially invites you to honor organizations and individuals who exemplified kachikan values of Responsibility, Integrity, Strength, and Empowerment at our inaugural RISE event on September 22, 2021. The outstanding honorees embraced their kuleana and continue to lead our community and State of Hawai‘i through immense change.
Join us for our first Japanese Craft Series class, Furoshiki - Holiday Wrapping with Joy Shimabukuro
The Okage Sama De Exhibition is CLOSED Today (5/18/17)
The Honouliuli Education Center and the Gallery Gift Shop is OPEN