The "NikkeiWest's" newspaper for Japanese American community; which includes and events listings for J.A. community. We often have free copies of the NikkeiWest to distribute, but we encourage all of you who enjoy the paper to subscribe to it and help support it.
"Aloha Quilts" is a small native Hawaiian company located in Honolulu, Hi. They supply authentic, original, traditional, and contemporary Hawaiian quilt kits to help you add to your collection of heirlooms and treasured art work.
The "AlohaWorld Forum" is designed for former kamainas living away from home and Hawaiians-at-Heart. Come "talk story", share "survival" tips, contact old friends and make new ones.
Thinking about getting a Polynesian tattoo, visit Tricia Allen's "Tattoo Traditions". You could find a small sample of designs, findout how to arrange an appointment or see her schedule events.
"`Olena Productions", a non-profit organization creating a Hawaiian a cultural environment in Monterey County.
"Pacific Islanders' Cultural Association" was formed as an umbrella organization made up of many interested volunteers and members of numerous clubs rooted in the wide range of interests of Northern California's Pacific Islanders.
"Polynesia Polynesia!", A Cultural Heritage Society, is a non-profit corporation whose objective is to preserve and perpetuate cultures of the Polynesians through education and hands-on instruction.
Visit "Young `Ohana Travels", your Hawai`i Destination Specialist. Roosevelt High School alum's friendly service could keep you informed of all Hawai`i travel arrangements and trips to Las Vegas (California Hotel packages) and more...
The "Punahele Island Grill" in San Francisco, serving a Hawaiian-style menu and live entertainment. The daily menu includes traditional Hawaiian foods and familiar island favorites.
Visit "`Ailana Hawaiian Fabrics and Design", in Redwood City. Specializing in Fine Polynesian print fabrics, as well s a great selection of island gift items, cards, custom clothing and much more.
Visit "Sun Jose Hawaii", (San Jose, CA.) The Bay Areas largest selection of Hawaiian Merchandise.
Visit "The Hawai`i Store", in San Francisco. (Across the street from "The Punahele Island Grill") Specializing in Polynesian Merchandise: Music, Food, Clothing, Books, Videos, Fabric and more.
Visit "Aloha Hula Supply", of Honolulu, HI. Supplier of traditional Polynesian dance implements and accessories.
"Sweet Time Bakery", (San Mateo, CA.) Our neighbor down the street...Alice Fukuhara is the Owner/Operator. Although Alice specializes in French baking, they do cater to Japanese speaking clientele and knows quite a bit about Hawaii, having relatives there.
"Japantown of San Jose", sponsered by the Japantown Business Association of San Jose. Everything you want to know about Japantown...a great resource for the merchants, schools, associations, events, religious organizations and the history of Japantown. The site has a wonderful map of a "Walking Tour" of Japantown.
Visit "Akamai Snack", distributors of popular snacks from Hawaii.
"The Templebar Restaurant & Bar", serving Hawaiian food in Berkeley on the first Sunday of the month and features live entertainment on Friday and Saturday nights. Catering services available and classes for ukulele and hula are offered.
Let us know if you'd like a pointer to your site or if you know of any link that would be of interest to our community.