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June 4, 2018

Honolulu Japanese Junior Chamber of Commerce Nijikai 2018

The 7th Annual Nijikai took place Friday night.

Nijikai is a Honolulu Japanese Junior Chamber of Commerce fundraising event open to guests 21 and older.  The event allows guests to not only indulge in delicious food and drink, but they enjoy live entertainment, meet the Cherry Blossom Festival queen and court, and network with fellow members.   

Chazuke - Poke Stop

Braised Boneless Short Ribs with Garlic Mashed Potatoes - Kahai Street Kitchen

Shiitake Mushroom Tom Yum Soup - Wisp Restaurant and Lounge

Shrimp & Crab Ramen - Sansei Seafood Restaurant & Sushi Bar

Beet & Vegetable Poke - Koko Head Cafe

Penne Pasta Pesto Sauce with Shrimp - Chez Kenzo Bar & Grill

Satay Ribeye on Bao Bun with Pickled Carrot & Cucumber Salad - Pomaika`i Ballrooms

Smoked Pork Bao with Green Onions and Plum Sauce - Guava Smoked

Sesame Sriracha Double Cut Bacon - Pint and Jigger

Wagyu Burger Gyoza - Square Barrels

Not Summer Rolls - The Pig and the Lady
The event offered a variety of drinks, many originating in Japan, including Kawaba Beer, which made its Hawaii debut at the event. 





It was a fun night for a good cause!

About the Honolulu Japanese Junior Chamber of Commerce:
The Honolulu Japanese Junior Chamber of Commerce (HJJCC) was founded in 1949 by 45 young nisei (second-generation Japanese Americans). The chapter was created to fill a void left in the American Japanese community after WWII. The organization was founded on trying to build good citizenship among our young Japanese-Americans and to provide them with a medium of training for participation in worthwhile community-wide civic projects.

The HJJCC is open to men and women of any ethnicity from ages 21 through 39. Membership provides the opportunity to:
  • Develop personal and professional skills. 
  • Establish business contacts and professional networks. 
  • Participate in community service projects and social activities. 
  • Learn about Japanese-American culture and heritage through various programs and the Cherry Blossom Festival.
Click here for more information.

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