• Brothers In Valor Memorial Park in Waikiki shaped in Shuriken. The memorial recognizes the contributions of Japanese American who served in the United States Armed Forces during World War II.
Brothers in Valor Memorial
Copyright © Kathleen Walling Fry
Located on a 5100 square foot site at Kalakaua Avenue and Saratoga Road in Waikiki.
Includes time capsules with scrolls listing names of the soldiers killed in action, all of the members of the four Army units honored by the memorial, all all of those who contributed to building the memorial.
The artist who created the sculpture was Bumpei Akaji, a a veteran of the 442nd.
Made of black marble
Monument was dedicated on July 4, 1998.
The monument was conceived by University of Hawaii professor Judy Weightman after she interviewed U.S. Japanese soldiers who liberated the Dachau concentration camp in Germany at the end of World War II.
Honors Japanese Americans who served in the military during World War II
Monument recognizes the contributions of: -442nd Regimental Combat Team -100th Infantry Battalion -Military Intelligence Service -1399th Engineer Construction Battalion. (Second Photo: 2250 Kalakaua Avenue St 211, Waikiki, @uspostalservice
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