Japanese Cultural Center | Honolulu Attractions
The Japanese Cultural Center is a popular Honolulu Attraction that teaches guests at our Oahu Hotel about the long, rich history of Japanese culture in Hawaii.
Learn about the history of Japanese people in Hawaii with a visit to this interesting Honolulu Attraction.
About the Japanese Cultural Center:
The Japanese Cultural Center is both a Honolulu Attraction and a resource for those who are serious about learning all there is to know about Japanese culture and people in Hawaii. Visitors to Ambassador Hotel – An Oahu Hotel often include this Activity in Honolulu on their itinerary, and it is a good way to learn about the history of Hawaii.
A highlight of this Honolulu Attraction is the Historical Exhibit called Okage Sama De: I am what I am because of you. It tells the stories of the Japanese in Hawaii starting in 1868 when the first wave of immigrants arrived. This fascinating exhibit, which was renovated in 2012, includes artifacts, video and the oral histories of many immigrants.
Also located at the Japanese Cultural Center, The Seikoan Teahouse is another way to learn more about Japanese culture. Enjoy an authentic tea ceremony in one of the 3 tea rooms. The resource center and library is available for students or for anyone who wants to dig deeper into the study of Japanese people in Hawaii.
Ambassador Hotel – An Oahu Hotel is located near many of the top Honolulu Attractions like the Japanese Cultural Center.
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Closed Saturday and Sunday
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