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September 23, 2016

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Hawaii is first port of call for Japanese investment in the U.S.

Hawaii is first port of call for Japanese investment in the U.S.

This year marks 65 years since the signing of the San Francisco Peace Treaty (Treaty of Peace with Japan) which re-established diplomatic relations between Japan and the U.S. after World War II. Today, the U.S.-Japan relationship is based on mutual respect, democratic principles and trade.

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Sharing life’s energy: Hawaii continues to attract Japanese visitors

Sharing life’s energy: Hawaii continues to attract Japanese visitors

There are countless holiday destinations around the world offering sun, sea and sand. While Hawaii has an abundance of all three spread over 2,400 km, the islands offer so much more to the 1.5 million Japanese tourists who visit the chain of Pacific islands every year.

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Helping Japanese investors feel at home in Hawaii

Helping Japanese investors feel at home in Hawaii

Hawaii’s culture, climate and centuries-old Japanese influences have created a truly aspirational destination for Japanese property investors.

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Natural Hawaiian artesian water - straight from the source

Natural Hawaiian artesian water - straight from the source

Surrounded by 26 million sq. kilometers of ocean, Hawaii is the most isolated landmass on earth. And yet, the islands’ topography - and unique ecosystem, resulting in an abundance of rainfall - create the perfect environment for natural artesian water.

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The place to be in Hawaii epitomizes Hawaiian dream

The place to be in Hawaii epitomizes Hawaiian dream

Located between downtown Honolulu and Ala Moana - near Waikiki Beach and the Pacific Ocean - Ward Village, a development of The Howard Hughes Corporation, is today’s preeminent destination in Hawaii.

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Hawaiian luxury real estate developments attract investor interest

Hawaiian luxury real estate developments attract investor interest

Established in 1967, the Honolulu-based firm Yamaguchi & Yamaguchi provides professional real estate advice to investors from Asian and Pacific Rim countries.

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