The Honolulu Japanese Chamber of Commerce is an organization founded for the promotion of business and economic growth in Hawaii based upon the principle, "Members Supporting Members."

The Moiliili Triangle Park TORII GATE SCULPTURE & ARTS Repainting Story
Article by: Steve Teruya (President & CEO)

The Moiliili Torii Gate was installed in 2000 to commemorate the HJCC's 100th Anniversary as a gift from the Hiroshima Prefecture and Government and the Hiroshima Chamber of Commerce and Industry. It was then repainted in 2006 and recently received a fresh new coat of paint thanks to assistance from HJCC Past Chair Wayne Kato (FY 2010-2011) who is President of Painter's Warehouse. 


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40th Anniversary of HJCC and Hiroshima Chamber of Commerce and Industry - "Sister Chamber" Relationship
Article by: Myles Shibata (Chair of the Board)

During the week of April 12 - 16, members of the Hiroshima Chamber of commerce and Industry were welcomed by members of HJCC as they faced a full schedule of events to commemorate and celebrate our 40th year anniversary. 


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MAHALO! Chopsticks & Wine 2023

After nearly a four-year pause due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Honolulu Japanese Chamber of Commerce's Chopsticks & Wine event finally made it's full-scale return on Thursday, April 13th, 2023. Nearly 1,100 HJCC Members, friends, and foodies attended the event at the Hawaii Convention Center as we celebrated the 19th anniversary of our signature fundraising event.  

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Chair’s Message – Inauguration, Membership Recognition & Generational Award Celebration Speech

Kristi Inkinen Yanagihara (Chair of the Board FY2023-2024)

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