Tickets sOLD OUT for the Sixth Annual Nijikai!

Join the HJJCC for an evening of entertainment, food samples from popular local eateries, hosted beverages, and lucky drawing prizes!

Friday, June 9, 2017

Pomaika`i Ballrooms

6:00pm – 9:00pm


Confirmed vendors:

Bao Boys

Brisket Bao with Housemade Kimchi, Sesame Dressing, and Green Onions

Chez Kenzo

Cold Seafood Pasta

Karai Crab


La Tour

Beef Tongue Chawanmushi on La Tour Toasted Brioche with Shaved Heirloom Carrots


Kalua Pig Taco


Kinome and Papohaku Salt Shrimp Brochettes with Momiji Motoyaki

Pint & Jigger

Double-Cut Bacon

Poke Stop

Raw Bowl (Lomi Oi’o, Sous Vide Primo Shrimp, Ahi, Pulehu Tako, Avocado Puree, Jalapeno Citrus Soy)

Pomaikai Ballrooms

Wafuu Pasta with Saute Shrimp (Spaghetti with Hijiki, Shiitake Mushrooms, Carrots, and Green Onions)

Rainbow Drive-In

Fried Saimin with Char Siu Pork, Carrots and Green Onions


King Crab Ramen with Cilantro, Nalo Farms Thai Basil, Local Jalapenos in a Rich Asian Truffle Butter Broth

Square Barrels

Surf and Turf Slider (Scallops and Kobe beef)

The Girls Who Bake Next Door

Bod-Bod Butter Mochi

The Pig & The Lady

Chicken Pho

Waiolu Ocean View Lounge

Mini Pork Tamales with Salsa Roja


Spicy Ahi Tostada


Tickets: $65 Advance / $75 After May 19th

Table of 10: $1,000 (Only a limited number of tables are available)

Tickets for this event are SOLD OUT.  Tickets will NOT be sold at the door.

NIJIKAI PayPal purchases:  Please bring your receipt to NIJIKAI and pick up your tickets at the Will Call table.  Any questions, please email

Our Premier Fundraising Event

 4th Annual Nijikai at the Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaii's Manoa Grand Ballroom.

Nijikai is a fundraising event put on by the Honolulu Japanese Junior Chamber of Commerce bringing people together to experience great food, drinks, entertainment and friendship.  Open to guests 21 and older, attendees can enjoy speciality dishes prepared by various local restaurants along with mixed drinks, beer and sake samples provided by alcohol vendors.  Nijikai also provides the public with the opportunity to meet the newly crowned Cherry Blossom Festival queen and court as they help with greeting guests and lucky draw.

Nijikai is the second largest event put on by the HJJCC which raises money to support HJJCC programs providing members with opportunities such as professional development, networking and community service.  Behind the scenes, Nijikai provides members the opportunity to develop management and communication skills as the Nijikai committee is comprised of members volunteering their time to plan and execute the event which hosts over 450 guests.