A Project of the Honolulu Japanese Junior Chamber of Commerce

62nd Cherry Blossom Festival Contestants

Associate of Arts Degree in Liberal Arts, 2011, Bachelors of Arts in Early Childhood Education and Special Education, 2015

Bachelors of Arts in Economics and a minor in History, 2009

Bachelor of Business Administration in International Business, Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance, Bachelor of Arts in Japanese, 2013

Bachelor of Arts in Biology with Minors in Psychology and Chemistry, 2010 , Master of Science in Clinical Research, 2014

Bachelor of Arts in Japanese, 2010

Bachelors of Science in Health Science, 2012

Marketing, International Business

Bachelor of Arts in Sociology with concentration in Human Services, 2010 , Master of Social Work with concentration in Gerontology, 2012

Bachelor of Music in Piano Performance, 2011 , Masters of Music in Keyboard Collaborative Arts, 2013

B.A. in Accounting and Minor in Speech, 2010

Bachelor of Science in Biology, Minor in Chemistry and Psychology, 2010, Masters in Public Health, specialization in Health Policy and Management, 2012, Juris Doctor, 2015

Bachelor of Science in Agriculture with a concentration in Animal Science, 2013

Nursing degree, 2015

Bachelors in Psychology, 2012 and Masters of Arts in Teaching, 2015

Bachelor of Arts in Exercise Science, 2009


Contestant Reception

Golf Tournament

Festival Ball

Perpetuating Japanese Culture and the Lives of Young Women

The Cherry Blossom Festival holds the honor of being one of the longest, continually running ethnic festival in the State of Hawai‘i – originally started in 1953.

While times have evolved, the purpose of the Festival continues to be the perpetuation of Japanese culture, and to enrich the lives of young women of Japanese ancestry.

Over the past 61 years the Festival has touched the lives of many.

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Be the next Cherry Blossom Queen!

To be eligible as a Queen Contestant Candidate, applicants must:

*Have at least 50% Japanese ancestry.
*Be a United States citizen and Hawaii resident.
*Be female by birth.
*Be at least 19 years of age
*Be a high school graduate.

For more information, email cbfhawaii.contestantsearch@gmail.com.