The Japanese Cultural Center will hold its annual New Year’s 'Ohana Festival in celebration of the Year of the Tiger. All are welcome to join the festivities: eat, mingle, peruse a craft fair, and enjoy free entertainment.
Fasten your seat belts, the Year of the Tiger is predicted to be a bumpy ride! Astrologers are forecasting high drama, wild economic mood swings, and even wars to break out! On the bright side, it is also said to be a year of great courage, career opportunities, and travel.
Soon, many local families will begin vigorously cleaning and placing tiger figurines in their homes to appease and welcome the tiger year. While some may dismiss this as superstition, most agree it’s probably better to be safe than sorry…Especially after this past year, the Year of the Ox, which was an especially trying time for many.
The Year of the Tiger begins on Valentine’s Day (Feb. 14), which is befitting of the Tiger, who is as much a notorious lover as he is a fighter. For more on what this year has in store for you visit: WayangTimes.com
New Year’s 'Ohana Festival
Sunday, January 10th
10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Japanese Cultural Center of Hawai'i
& Mo'ili'ili Field (across the street)
2454 South Beretania Street
Honolulu, HI 96826