Hawaii Aloha Life Enrichment Association


Hawaii Aloha Life Enrichment Association (HALE), a State of Hawaii Non-profit Organization under 501(c)(3) based in Honolulu, was established in September of 2007. As of December 2014, HALE has exceeded 1,200 membership, and still growing strong.



To enrich the lives of, and promote a spiritually active life for seniors of Hawaii, Japan and worldwide through cultural education, community services, friendship, and recreational activities.



HALE is operated solely by membership dues and donations. Events and activities are organized and run by members and volunteers.



Activities include seminars, ukulele lessons, luncheons, golf, hiking, museum visits, Japanese tea ceremony, traditional koto & shamisen classes, Japanese cooking, and other Japanese and Hawaiian arts & craft classes. Members are encouraged to start their own fun activities.



Chairman / President Ryozo Sakai President - R. Sakai Company
Vice President Shozo Noda
Masako Nashimoto
Shigeo Hone
Nobuyuki Miki
Tsukasa Harufuku
Toshihiro Shoji
Kenji Sakoda
President - Resort Hawaii Realty LLC
President - Nashimoto & Associates
SVP - First Hawaiian Bank
VP - Kuakini Medical Center
President - JTB Hawaii
President & Regional Manager JAL Hawaii, Inc.
Adviser - Purpose Japan
Senior Director / PR Yoko Shimoyoshi President - May Communications LLC
Senior Director / Membership Yatsuhiro Sekine Former President - New Jersey Scientific
Senior Director Masako Fukada Former President - Sanwa Tours, Inc.
Senior Director
Yoshio Sano
General Manager - Pearl Country Club
Director / Officer Tsutomu Tsukahara
Hiromi Okada
Ryoichi Okubo
Hiroshi Nishimura
Former Officila - Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications
Nadeshiko Club Representative
President - Lighthouse Hawaii
President - H&C International LLC
*Alphabetical order
Favorina Co., Ltd
First Foundation Bank
First Hawaiian Bank
Fogarty Realty, Inc.
Halekulani Corporation
Hawaii 5-0 Properties, Inc.
Honda Kaihatsu Kogyo Co., Ltd.
Honolulu Optical Co., Inc.
Incare Hawaii, Inc.
Japan Airlines International Co., Ltd.
JTB Hawaii, Inc.
Kaina Hale Hawaii Realty, Inc.
Kualoa Ranch Hawaii, Inc.
Lighthouse Hawaii
MMK Maui L.P.
Nashimoto & Associates
New Elderly Hawaii Chapter
Nikkan San/Japan Press Service, Inc.
Ocean Wind Realty, LLC
R. Sakai Company
Reavans Corporation
Resort Hawaii Realty LLC
Starts International Hawaii, Inc.
Tachibana Enterprises, LLC
WFC World Financial Consultants, Inc.
Wincubic.Com, Inc. dba Aloha Street



Rainbow for Japan Kids, a special project that focuses on supporting youth affected by the earthquake and tsunami that stuck northeastern Japan March 2011.

The program's purpose is to bring affected students to Hawaii for physical and psychological relief and recovery as well as form lasting friendships with children in Hawaii, group activities included visits to local schools, joint camp stays, and various activities around the islands. It is our hope to create a lasting rainbow bridge between Japan and Hawaii so these children will experience the spirit of Aloha and return home with new hope to create a better future for themselves and their communities. Since 2011, more than 120 children from northeastern Japan have participated this project.

This program was originally managed by Japan America Society of Hawaii (JASH). HALE has taken over the management of "Rainbow for Japan Kids (RFJK)" project in October 2013. Nadeshiko Club, a special division of HALE established to support the people of North East area of Japan affected by triple disaster of earthquake, tsunami, and nuclear accident of March 11, 2011 will do the actual program management in collaboration with Rainbow for Japan Kids Committee.




Nadeshiko Club's mission is to support the recovery effort in Tohoku Japan after the devastating earthquake on March 11, 2011. Recovery still has a long way to go, we continue to support the people who are trying their best to cope with this devastation.




HALE's Honolulu Chapter (HHC) was launched in the spring of 2012 to enrich and promote quality of life for senior citizens in Hawaii. HHC's mission is to strengthen fellowship amongst HALE members.