Okinawan sweet potatoes grown in Hawaii will soon be used to make a popular Japanese spirit known as Shochu. Ken Hirata aims to be one of the few shochu makers outside of Japan and is working to set up a distillery and farm on Oahu.
Hawaii – where life and aloha are part of the bottom lineNavigation
For more than two centuries, the islands of Hawaii have welcomed international visitors in the friendly spirit of “Aloha.” Some have come as students to take advantage of our outstanding education and training facilities. Those who have studied in Hawaii have returned to pioneer changes in their own nations: they have entered government service, become teachers or doctors, started their own businesses or used their Hawaii education to advance careers and move into leadership positions in their countries.
Continue the Hawaii educational tradition at one of our learning institutions. Chose from a variety of programs designed to meet a wide range of interests and needs. Advance your education and knowledge in a multi-cultural environment, while enjoying a traditional island lifestyle.
Study in Hawaii Booklet produced by University of Hawaii.