26 Oct News Release #29 – Seiwajyuku Hawaii supports Made in Hawaii!
News Release #29 – Seiwajyuku Hawaii supports Made in Hawaii!
Seiwajyuku Grand Meeting in Hawaii
Seiwajyuku Hawaii contributes to Hawaii revitalization by applying 111-HAWAII's soon to be released Made in Hawaii product #4 Aloha Shirt as their uniform!
Seiwajyuku held their study session “Seiwajyuku Grand Meeting in Hawaii” with the Jyukucho (Principal), Dr. Kazuo Inamori at Hilton Hawaiian Village during October 4th through 6th. Over 300 business managers (Jyukusei) from all over the world including Japan, U.S. Mainland, China and Brazil gathered for this meeting.
Seiwajyuku Hawaii has applied 111-HAWAII PROJECT, an officially endorsed project by Hawaii Tourism Japan, soon to be released Made in Hawaii product #4 “Aloha Shirt” as their uniform in order to support local business and contribute to Hawaii revitalization. The shirts were also sold to the participants of the meeting, gaining favorable reviews.
Group photo taken at the party on the last day with the Aloha Shirts on. (c) Seiwajyuku
What is Seiwajyuku?
Seiwajyuku has been aptly described as a “dojo (training hall) of life” for business managers who wish to actively examine and develop their philosophies of business management and of life in general with Dr. Kazuo Inamori, Founder of Kyocera Corporation. Dr. Inamori serves voluntarily as Jyukucho (Principal) of a global network of Seiwajyuku schools, responding to members’ questions, engaging them in spirited debate, and encouraging them to learn from each other. Established in 1993. Currently has 55 Jyukus in Japan and 30 Jyukus overseas with 10,059 members (as of September 2015). Seiwajyuku Hawaii welcomes applicants at any time.
For more details, visit > www.seiwajyuku.org/hi
“I’ve been a part of Seiwajyuku for 5 years now, and have learned the importance having both a strong philosophy and also having a clear mission and purpose in whatever I do. The 111-HAWAII PROEJCT follows the idea of helping out via supporting local Hawaii business and also helping to protect the local environment at the same time. These two things while broad, are really what can help develop Hawaii as a whole. This is why I feel, we have gained a lot of support from many different companies who easily share the same understanding. For myself, this simple idea behind the project is what drives me want to make this project succeed. If it was not for Seiwajyuku, I believe there is a strong probability that we would not have started this project.” Kuni Yamamoto, who’s 111-HAWAII PROJECT representative, expressed his gratitude towards Dr. Kazuo Inamori (Jyukucho).
*More details about the Made in Hawaii product #4 “Aloha Shirt” will be released at the debut party scheduled for November 2015.