Join the Japanese Cultural Center of Hawai‘i and the National Park Service for a visit to the Honouliuli National Monument, Hawai‘i’s largest and longest operating World War II detention camp.  Walk the historic site, visit landmarks at the site and learn the personal stories of Japanese American prisoners and their families. Site tours are usually scheduled on the second Wednesday of the month.

Please check back here, as we will announce the upcoming tour dates shortly.

Cost per person: JCCH member: $20 / Non-Member: $30

*Fees collected by the JCCH help to defray bus transportation from JCCH to the Honouliuli National Monument, validated parking at JCCH, Okage Sama De exhibit admission, and related tour expenses.

Seating is limited. For questions, please call (808) 218-6725 or email iwata@jcch.com.

Additionally, our Honouliuli Education Center, located in the JCCH Community Gallery in Mō‘ili‘ili, is open Monday through Saturday and is free to the public. The Honouliuli Education Center showcases photos of Honouliuli Internment Camp, artifacts from the internees, oral history videos and virtual tours of the Honouliuli National Monument.