Japan-America Society of Hawaii Holds Spring 2018 Japan Day

On April 5, 2018, as part of the 150 th anniversary of the Gannenmono, JASH held its Japan Day program, sponsored by the McInerny Foundation. Over 200 students from James Campbell High School, Kalaheo High School, Kalani High School, Kapaa High School, King Kekaulike High School, Konawaena High School, St. Francis School, University Laboratory School and Waiakea High School congregated at the Manoa Grand Ballroom and the Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaii. Held twice a year, Japan Day is the Society’s longest running educational program which is offered free to Hawaii schools. Since its inception in 1993, over 6,000 students from 61 different public and private high schools have participa

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