About WASABI

About WASABI

Wasabi is an English-language magazine distributed in Hawaii. With its focus on Japanese culture and life in Hawaii, Wasabi offers a unique perspective on dining, art, history, businesses, travel in Japan, special events in Hawaii, and much more. Much like having a taste of that potent condiment from which Wasabi gets its name, reading through the pages of this magazine is an eye-opening experience—but in the best possible way. . Subscribe now!

Issue Date New issues of Wasabi are published on the first of every even-numbered month (February, April, June, August, October, & December)
*Planning to become monthly publication in 2019

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We use your feedback and information to help us keep improving Wasabi, so we'd really appreciate it if you took a few moments to fill out this brief survey.

Where did you get this issue of Wasabi?
Which article/section did you enjoy the most & least?
Have you ever used the services of any of our advertisers? If so, how was your experience?
We would like to hold more workshops in the near future. Are there any topics that you would like to learn more about?
Do you have any suggestions for our Hall of Fame section? To qualify, businesses must be 50 years or older and founded by someone of Japanese ancestry.
Do you have a spouse who is originally from Japan? If so, have you ever had any cultural misunderstandings with your spouse? Please share!
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