Collection of all JASH event pages that have been registered through our website during 2021.
Storygami with Moanalua HS Japanese Club (2021)
Learn some fun origami while listening to the story of “Momotaro” (“Peach Boy”). Suitable for kids ages 3-11. As this is a virtual event, please prepare your own sheets of origami paper (any square paper will do!).
This event is open to the public. Thanks to the generous support of the Embassy of Japan and the National Association of Japan-America Societies, there is no cost to attend. Click the link for more information, including our incredible line-up of speakers!
Informal Networking at 5:45pm. Program begins at 6:00pm (HST). Celebrate the New Year with messages from our special guests; incredible international entertainment; and a cultural lesson on kagami-wari from a sake sommelier!
Author Spotlight Talk-Story: "Why Be Happy?" with Scott Haas (2021)
Join us as we welcome author and clinical psychologist Scott Haas to discuss his book "Why Be Happy?: The Japanese Way of Acceptance". Learn about how the Japanese concept of ukeireru 'acceptance' may help you reduce stress and anxiety, and boost your happiness and well-being.