Hawaiian Luau

Hawaiian Luau and opportunity draw to support the NIsei Week Foundation that puts on the Nisei Week Japanese Festival.

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Thank you!

Thank you everyone for supporting the 77th Nisei Week Japanese Festival! See you next year – August 11 – 19, 2018!

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2017 Gyoza Contest Results

Joey Chestnut defends his title with 377 gyoza in 10 minutes! Here are the final results for the 11th annual Day-Lee Foods World Gyoza Eating Championship:

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On August 19, at the Aratani Theatre in Little Tokyo, Jordyn Keiko Adachi was crowned the 2017 Nisei Week Queen with nearly 700 in attendance. Yurika Kristy Yoneda was named 1st Princess, and Kelly Akiko Sera was chosen Miss Tomodachi by the other candidates. Adachi, 23, is a graduate of California Lutheran University with a bachelor’s degree in biological sciences. She plans to attend graduate school to become a physical therapist and work with patients who have suffered from neurological […]

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