A non-profit organization that strive to educate the public about the history, heritage and culture around the Japanese and American experience in Hawaii, is the Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaii primary mission. The Cultural center offers the public a Community and Historical Gallery, Resource Center, Keshikan Martial arts dojot, Seikoan Japanese teahouse and a gift shop. The Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaii hosts a wide variety of programs, activities, festivals and exhibition throughout the year.
The Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaii not only hosts events but it also makes rooms available for different cultural classes including Chado or the The Way of the Tea, Kumihimo or Japanese Braiding and Shodo/Shuji or Japanese calligraphu. Other Japanese cultural arts activities and workshops are help at the Cultural Center periodically. These events are publicly announced through the media and through the Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaii publications.
The museum is striving to achieve its mission of educating the general public and visitors from all over the country of the diverse Japanese American experience in Hawaii, and none of those were possible through the efforts of dedicated volunteers.
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