Governor-elect Josh Green visits Japan to promote travel between Japan and Hawaiʻi: Maui Now

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November 11, 2022, 5:17 p.m. HST

Japanese tourists on the Big Island. File photo: Japan Airlines

Governor-elect Josh Green and his wife Jaime Green were scheduled to depart for Japan on Friday, November 11, 2022 to meet with government officials and travel industry partners to promote travel and business between Hawaiʻi and Japan.

“Destination management is key to ensuring respect for Hawaiian culture and our environment. We know Japanese visitors are often very considerate and travel with a sense of aloha,” Governor-elect Green said. “Japan is an important international partner with deep ties to the islands and we look forward to strengthening our ties.”

Governor-elect Green travels with Jaime Green. Their return is scheduled for Wednesday, November 16, 2022 to continue important transition work with their team.

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As the Green travels for three days to promote travel and trade between Japan and Hawaiʻi, the transition team led by Hilton Raethel, Brooke Wilson, Josh Wisch, Jennifer Diesman, Blake Oshiro and Andy Winer will work on the review and the admission of CVs and applications for critical positions and appointments in the green administration.

Applications for cabinet, staff, and state board and commission appointments will continue to be received through GreenTransition2022.org and will be reviewed as received.

Governor-elect Green will be officially inaugurated on Monday, December 5, 2022 at noon.

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