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Gov. Green in Japan to help boost tourism

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                                Above, Japanese visitors rode bicycles Monday on Kala­kaua Avenue.
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Above, Japanese visitors rode bicycles Monday on Kala­kaua Avenue.

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                                Above, Hawaii first lady Jaime Green, left, Gov. Josh Green and Paul Yonamine, special adviser to the governor, visit Tadashi Yanai, right, of FastRetailing/Uniqlo, to thank him for his help with developing temporary housing for Maui residents affected by the Aug. 8 wildfires.
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Above, Hawaii first lady Jaime Green, left, Gov. Josh Green and Paul Yonamine, special adviser to the governor, visit Tadashi Yanai, right, of FastRetailing/Uniqlo, to thank him for his help with developing temporary housing for Maui residents affected by the Aug. 8 wildfires.

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                                Gov. Josh Green and first lady Jaime Green visited this week with representatives from Japan’s wedding industry to discuss opportunities to bring more wedding travelers to Hawaii.
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Gov. Josh Green and first lady Jaime Green visited this week with representatives from Japan’s wedding industry to discuss opportunities to bring more wedding travelers to Hawaii.

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                                Above, Japanese visitors rode bicycles Monday on Kala­kaua Avenue.
OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR
                                Above, Hawaii first lady Jaime Green, left, Gov. Josh Green and Paul Yonamine, special adviser to the governor, visit Tadashi Yanai, right, of FastRetailing/Uniqlo, to thank him for his help with developing temporary housing for Maui residents affected by the Aug. 8 wildfires.
OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR
                                Gov. Josh Green and first lady Jaime Green visited this week with representatives from Japan’s wedding industry to discuss opportunities to bring more wedding travelers to Hawaii.