Welcome to Hawaii Sakura Foundation

Cherry Blossoms with Aloha

The purpose of the Hawaii Sakura Foundation is to familiarize Hawai‘i residents with Japanese flowering cherry trees — otherwise known as “sakura” — and to introduce more trees into various locations of Hawai‘i.
Formerly known as the Cherry Alley Committee, the Hawaii Sakura Foundation was approved by the State of Hawai‘i as a nonprofit incorporation on August 31, 2017.

More than 100 years since cherry blossoms were donated to Washington D.C., Japanese cherry blossoms came to Hawaii to enrich friendship and goodwill between Japan and the United States.

Japanese cherry blossoms has bloomed in tropical state Hawaii, which fact reverses the established theory. We, Hawaii Sakura Foundation will continue further activities.

Rainbow Harmonics Concert & Chat, 01/29/2021

Rainbow Harmonics Concert & Chat, 01/29/2021

SANDY TSUKIYAMA will host the online talk & music show. Sandy is the great supporter of our Sakura movement and always reports us the condition of the Sakura trees at Magoon Facility in Manoa.The event is free to the general public and will be live-streamed on YouTube...

01/05/2021 Manoa Valley District Park

01/05/2021 Manoa Valley District Park

photo by Norie, 01/05/2021This photo was taken on January 5th, 2021. We cannot recognize any changes  in the size of trees since last 11 months.Three (3) Cherry Trees were planted in Manoa Valley Park on February 21st, 2019.photo by Norie, 01/05/2021The Sakura tree on...