Hikari Institute -- Karate-Do

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The Hikari Institute is a Hawaii non-profit corporation and federally tax exempt organization under Internal Revenue Code Section 501(c)(3). Hikari, means "light" in Japanese (the light itself rather than a source such as a candle or bulb).

The Hikai Institute is dedicated to preserving the history of Karate in Hawaii. It has three divisions: the Hikari Dojo, a family-oriented, traditional Karate dojo, the Hawaii Karate Museum, and the Hawaii Karate Seinenkai, a Karate research and educational organization with the following goals:

  • To encourage the practice of Karate by young people.
  • To foster peace and health through Karate training and education.
  • To encourage research and journalism about Karate.
  • To preserve the legacy of and salute Hawaii's Karate pioneers.
  • To establish a Hawaii Karate Museum.
  • To maintain the connection of Karate to the community.
  • To maintain the place of Karate as an important aspect of Okinawan culture.

Hawaii Karate, 1933

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The following documents (in pdf format) support the tax exempt status of the Hikari Institute. Please feel free to contact us should you have any questions. Public support is welcomed.

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Thank you very much for visiting our website and for your support. If you haven't already done so, please bookmark or tag this page for future visits! We can be contacted as follows:
Charles C. Goodin, President
Hikari Institute
4253 Halupa Street
Honolulu, Hawaii 96818 USA
tel/cel: (808) 488-5773
e-mail: goodin@hawaii.rr.com

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