Hawai I Japanese Center
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751 Kanoelehua Ave Hilo HI 96720 USA
The center's mission is to honor the legacy of japanese immigrants to hawai'i by:-preserving records and artifacts relating to the history of the japanese in hawai'i. -educating current and future generations about the struggles, sacrifices and successes of their immigrant forebears. -serving as a bridge to foster understanding and collaborative research between hawai'i and japan. -sharing the japanese culture through the center's educational and cultural activities. The center believes that by preserving the past, it can serve as a resource for people of all backgrounds to learn about and appreciate the history of the japanese in hawai'i and the contributions that the immigrants made to society.
The facility is used for cultural events, educational displays, and preserves the historical materials in storage.
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