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On behalf of our entire family of more than 110 retailers and restaurants, it is my tremendous pleasure to welcome you to Royal Hawaiian Center here at the esteemed Helumoa, Waikīkī. Standing proudly upon grounds that were once the home of Her Royal Highness, Princess Bernice Pauahi—great-granddaughter of King Kamehameha I, who unified the islands of Hawai‘i into one nation in 1810— Royal Hawaiian Center now spans three city-blocks of the very best shopping possibilities, culinary experiences, and cultural encounters that Waikīkī has to offer. Because we are here on land of Hawaiian royalty, Royal Hawaiian Center has made a steadfast commitment to maintaining the legacy of our ancestors through cultural arts classes, which we offer throughout the week. ‘Ūkulele is taught by Wainani Yim and Puake‘ala Mann three times each week in Helumoa Hale just off the Royal Grove; we offer lei making with Maxeen Shea three times each week, 4 i Royal

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and Keoua Nelsen will teach you how to make a lau hala bracelet three times a week over in Building A; Uncle Tom Cummings shares artifacts of Hawaiian life twice a week in Helumoa Hale; and, Puake‘ala Mann, who has been with the Center for some 34 years now, also teaches hula four times each week in the Royal Grove. Aloha is one of those words that has become ubiquitous with Hawai‘i. You might know it to mean “hello” or “goodbye” but, in many ways, there really is no English equivalent. In the words of Queen Lili‘uokalani (r. 18911893), “aloha was a recognition of life in another and, where there was life, there was mana (spiritual essence), goodness, and wisdom.” Indeed, we do our very best here at Royal Hawaiian Center to recognize life in all things and in all the work that we do and we hope that you might share in our aloha. So, definitely join us for a teppan lunch at Restaurant Suntory, the very first merchant to make Royal Hawaiian Center its home, or for an exquisite dinner at Noi Thai, our newest restarant. Be sure to visit Harry Winston’s largest salon in the world and some of the most creative, innovative, and locally owned, retail boutiques all right here in our Center. And, while you are spending your time with us, I hope you might also make some time to get to know our cultural practitioners—Hawaiians we are so proud to be able to share with all of you and who, themselves, share so much aloha. No laila e o‘u mau hoa, nou nō kēia hale nei ‘o ka Royal Hawaiian Center. E kipa mai! And so, my dear friends, our Royal Hawaiian Center is your home. You are welcome here.


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Contents Free Hawaiian cultural activities Monday-Saturday.

Summer/Fall 2016

18 Style report A fashion preview straight from the style department. 24 fashion feature Fall in love with this season’s red-carpet-ready outfits.

link to our website Scan this QR Code with your smart phone to be taken to the Royal Hawaiian Center website.

32 Bags Pick and choose your style to drape from your elbow. 34 jewelry Remember Hawai‘i with island accents. 36 watches

A statement piece on your wrist never looked so good.

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38 for her Accessorize until her heart’s content. 40 for him Selective pieces for our gentlemen to enjoy. 42 shoes Exclusive and elegant heelto-toe styles. 44 omiyage Gifts galore, from local edibles to sweet smelling body treatments. ON THE COVER Photograph by Hudson Taylor FASHION STYLING by Kyle Kagamida on samantha : Jumpsuit, Valentino; necklace, ring and watch, Cartier; shoes, Jimmy Choo; bag, Hermes; suitcase, Leather Soul. ABOVE From left: Lauhala weaving is one of the free cultural activities provided at the Royal Hawaiian Center. On Bri: For fashion information, see page 25.

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The Royal Grove pays homage to Helumoa.

50 HALLMARK GREETING Summer/Fall 2016

A glossary of words to learn while visiting our island.

54 IN A NEW YORK ‘STEAK’ OF MIND A “Prime” experience awaits at Wolfgang’s Steakhouse.

58 WORLD’S FARE Discover a variety of ethnic cuisine at Pā‘ina Lānai.

62 FRESH AND HEALTHY Island Vintage Coffee abuzz with its assorted offerings.

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67 DINING LISTINGS Choose from a variety of ethnic cuisines.

The steel guitar is unique to Hawaiian music.

52 HAWAIIAN 101

WE’RE WAIKIKI’S LARGEST WIRELESS HOTSPOT! Enjoy two free hours of WiFi per day on Levels 2 and 3 of Royal Hawaiian Center.

Try the Diamond Head puff pastry at kulu kulu.

70 ROYAL HAWAIIAN CENTER DIRECTORY

72 CENTER MAPS AND INFORMATION

79 80 WAIKIKI STREET GUIDE ABOVE (Left) The Royal Grove features a bronze statue of Princess Bernice Pauahi Bishop, great granddaughter of King Kamehameha. Uncle Tetsu’s cheesecake is stamped with a carciature of its founder.

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ROYAL HAWAIIAN CENTER 2201 Kalākaua Avenue, Suite A500 Honolulu, HI 96815, (808) 922-0588 www.royalhawaiiancenter.com Vice President, Property Management, Honolulu Marleen Akau Director of Cultural Affairs Aaron J. Salā Cultural Director Monte McComber Director of Marketing Sam Shenkus Marketing Manager Nani Hanus MORRIS VISITOR PUBLICATIONS O‘AHU SaleS Group Publisher Kathleen M. Pahinui Regional Vice President of Sales Courtney Fuhrmann Associate Publisher/Advertising Director, R Magazine Wanda Garcia-Fetherston (949) 276-5659 wanda@insidemedia.org Circulation & Marketing Director Sidney Louie Production Manager Brittany L. Kevan

Island Fashion Dress in the latest aloha fashion from top Hawaii designers

o‘aHU editoRial Senior Editor Simplicio Paragas Editor Kristen Nemoto CREATIVE Chief Creative Officer Haines Wilkerson Design Director Jane Frey Regional Editorial Director Margaret Martin Art Director Teri Samuels Retouching Jerry Hartman Creative Coordinator Beverly Mandelblatt Director of Production Kristine Miller Publications Manager Cher Wheeler Director of Manufacturing Donald Horton Technical Operations Manager Tony Thorne-Booth eXecUtiVe President Donna W. Kessler Vice President of Operations Angela E. Allen General Manager, Where Maps Christopher Huber MoRRiS coMMUnicationS Chairman William S. Morris III President & CEO William S. Morris IV

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Hands-On Hawai‘i Join us daily for free cultural activities MONDAY (Pō‘akahi)

WEDNESDAY (Pō‘akolu)

FRIDAY (Pō‘alima)

Hula Lesson

Lomilomi Lesson

Hula Lesson

11 a.m. Building B, Level 3

Lomilomi Lesson

Polynesian Cultural Center Show

Hawaiian Storytelling

Hawaiian Storytelling

Lei-Making Lesson

Lauhala Weaving

11 a.m. Building B, Level 3 Noon Helumoa Hale, The Royal Grove 1 p.m. Building A, Level 1 TUESDAY (Pō‘alua) Hawaiian Quilting

9:30 a.m. Pā‘ina Lānai Food Court, Building B, Level 2 Hula Lesson

10 a.m. The Royal Grove ‘Ukulele Playing

Noon Helumoa Hale, The Royal Grove Lauhala Weaving

1 p.m. Building A, Level 1 Live Hawaiian Entertainment

6 p.m. The Royal Grove

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11 a.m. The Royal Grove

Noon Helumoa Hale, The Royal Grove 1 p.m. Building A, Level 1 Hula Lesson

4 p.m. The Royal Grove Live Hawaiian Entertainment

10 a.m. The Royal Grove Lomilomi Lesson

11 a.m. Building B, Level 3 ‘Ukulele Playing

Noon Helumoa Hale, The Royal Grove Lei-Making Lesson

1 p.m. Building A, Level 1 Live Hawaiian Entertainment

6 p.m. The Royal Grove

6 p.m. The Royal Grove

SATURDAY (Pō’aono)

THURSDAY (Pō‘ahā)

1 p.m. Building A, Level 1

Polynesian Cultural Center Show

Hula Kahiko at Helumoa

11 a.m. The Royal Grove

Lei-Making Lesson

6 p.m. The Royal Grove

‘Ukulele Playing

Noon Helumoa Hale, The Royal Grove Lauhala Weaving

1 p.m. Building A, Level 1 Live Hawaiian Entertainment

6 p.m. The Royal Grove

*Schedule is subject to change without notice. For updates, call Helumoa Hale Guest Services & Heritage Room at (808) 922-2299. ©royal hawaiian center

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Style Report Refreshing fall styles from Royal Hawaiian Center

1 2 On Bri: Top, pants and necklace, Aloha Aina Boutique; hat, Lani Beach; ring, Island Fashions; watch, OMEGA; bracelet, Pink Sand.

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WHILE HIKING WITHIN

Honolulu’s breathtaking Tantalus Hills, medical practitioners Howard and Betty Liljestrand befriended Mr. Coulter, the owner of a parcel of property that the couple would eventually call home. Designed by architect Vladimir Ossipoff, the Liljestrand House was the ideal location to showcase this season’s fashions from the Royal Hawaiian Center. While natural light filtered a dream-like escape through our camera lens, the interior walls of redwood were the perfect canvas to juxtapose the rich color trends and helped tell a story of tranquility and effortless style.


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We’ve got great news ladies: “athleisure” (aka clothing designed for workouts, but can double for such other settings as work or social gatherings) is still hot and ready to be sported; so continue to rock your days in the comfort of your athletic gear without breaking a sweat. Stray away from the typical uniform of black yoga pants and a ponytail and add some color like Samantha’s graffiti-inspired print shorts and quilted vest from ROYAL HAWAIIAN GOLF SHOP. Shoes are an important piece to the ensemble, which FURLA (right) and FENDI (below) have done very well to help tie in the comfy trend.


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Putting on the Ritz Luxury at its finest, HARRY WINSTON and VALENTINO represent the epitome of elegance and grace. Sparkling Cluster by HARRY WINSTON pays homage to its legacy of jewels with pear-shaped diamonds set to exude a spectacular “sparkle” and shine. VALENTINO’s plunging black jumpsuit gives us sexy back (literally) with a tie-back halter and sleek wide leg pants.

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The Royal Hawaiian Center has a plethora of items to choose from when it comes time to play dress up for a night out in lively Waikīkī. HARRY WINSTON sets the tone, and combines luxury and style with its Baselworld 2016 timepiece collection. ANTEPRIMA WIREBAG’s classic tote in black rounds out the look while JIMMY CHOO’s rich textured clutch and shoes create a fun element to the ensemble. Last, but certainly not least, CARTIER’s Amulette de Cartier Guilloché gold ring is a classic addition to your jewelry collection.


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PHOTO CREDIT

On Samantha: Jacket, skirt and earrings, kate spade new york; top, Pink Sand; bag, Furla; shoes, Tory Burch; cuff, Hermes.

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On Bri: Top and skirt, Tory Burch; bag, Hermes; earrings and necklace, Koa Nani; watch, Cartier; ring, Island Fashions.

Fashion House Fall for this season’s fashions from Royal Hawaiian Center.

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Hudson and Serena Taylor STYLING BY

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On Bri: Bathing suit, Pink Sand; sweater and necklace, Aloha Aina Boutique; canvas tote, Island Fashions; earrings, Calypso St. Barth.

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On Bri: Swimsuit and pants, Allure Swimwear; bracelet, Calypso St. Barth.

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On Samantha: Dress and cuff bracelet, Tory Burch; bag, Furla; earrings, Pink Sand; necklace (top), Koa Nani; necklace (bottom), Aloha Aina Boutique.

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On Samantha: Dress, Salvatore Ferragamo; shoes, Furla; earrings and bracelets, Aloha Aina Boutique.

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On Bri: Fur coat, Fendi; swimsuit, Allure Swimwear; earrings, necklace, bracelet and ring, Harry Winston.

Models: Samantha Ahrens and Bri Akahoshi, No Ties Management Photo Assistant: Orrin Nakanelua 2nd Photo Assistant: Reid Shimabukuro Digital Imaging Tech: Michah Bush Where Hawaii Coordinator: Summer Nakaishi Producer: Kimberly Seko, Hand Hug Productions Production Assistant: Marie Medina Intern: Kona-Kai Wilson Make-up: Kecia Littman Hair: Jake Acedo Stylist Assistants: Dana Dung Evan Metcalf

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R Style Dramatic with a flair of fun, this season’s handbag trends come in elegant hues and inventive designs. Give your shoulder or elbow a chance to flirt with any of these purses.

JIMMY CHOO

KATE SPADE NEW YORK

BLDG C, LEVEL 1

BLDG B, LEVELS 1 AND 2

FURLA BLDG B, LEVEL 1

[ Arm Candy ] EDITOR'S PICKS

ANTEPRIMA WIREBAG BLDG B, LEVEL 1

TORY BURCH BLDG B, LEVELS 1 & 2

CARTIER BLDG A, LEVEL 1

VALENTINO BLDG C, LEVELS 1 & 2

LORO PIANA BLDG C, LEVELS 1 & 2

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The beachfront along Waikïkï’s famous shoreline is represented beautifully in these jewelry keepsakes. Hints of rose gold pinks imitate the sun before it dips into the horizon while the ocean brings out sea mist blues.

ISLAND FINE JEWELRY BLDG A, LEVEL 1

KOA NANI BLDG C, LEVEL 1

[Shine Bright] EDITOR'S PICKS

KOA NANI BLDG C, LEVEL 1

SILVER LANIS BLDG A, LEVEL2

ISLAND FINE JEWELRY BLDG A, LEVEL 1

ISLAND FINE JEWELRY BLDG A, LEVEL 1

KOBE JEWELRY BLDG B, LEVEL 1

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KOA NANI BLDG C, LEVEL 1

PANDORA BLDG B, LEVEL 1


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HARRY WINSTON

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BLDG B, LEVELS 1 & 2

BLDG B, LEVELS 1 & 2

CARTIER BLDG A, LEVEL 1

[ Style Time ] EDITOR'S PICKS

SALVATORE FERRAGAMO BLDG B, LEVELS 1 & 2

SALVATORE FERRAGAMO

OMEGA BOUTIQUE

BLDG B, LEVELS 1 & 2

BLDG C, LEVELS 1 & 2

CARTIER BLDG A, LEVEL 1

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ALOHA AINA BOUTIQUE BLDG C, LEVEL 2

FOREVER 21 BLDG C, LEVELS 1-3

LOVE RENAISSANCE BLDG C, LEVEL 1

SUNGLASS HUT BLDGS A AND B, LEVEL 1

[ For Her ] MADE IN THE SHADE

FOREVER FLAWLESS ISLAND FASHIONS

BLDG C, LEVEL 1

BLDG A, LEVEL 3

KOI HONOLULU BLDG B, LEVEL 1

LESPORTSAC BLDG C, LEVEL 1 AND 2

PIPELINE LEATHER BLDG C, LEVEL 2

PINK SAND BLDG B, LEVEL 1

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MOST WANTED: MIXED METALS

KOBE JEWELRY

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FENDI BLDG A, LEVEL 1

KOI HONOLULU BLDG B, LEVEL 1

[ For Him ] FUN IN THE SUN

SILVER LANIS BLDG A, LEVEL 2

SUNGLASS HUT BLDGS A & B, LEVEL 1

ROYAL HAWAIIAN BOUTIQUE BLDG A, LEVEL 3

SALVATORE FERRAGAMO BLDG B, LEVELS 1 & 2

FENDI BLDG A, LEVEL 1

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VALENTINO BLDG C, LEVELS 1 & 2

This fall season, the women rocking Royal Hawaiian Center’s shoe trends are sexy … and they know it. Sky-high heels are the showstoppers, and they’re ready to be heel kicked or danced around all night long.

FURLA BLDG B, LEVEL 1

KATE SPADE NEW YORK BLDG B, LEVELS 1 AND 2

[ Sole Search ] EDITOR'S PICKS

FENDI BLDG A, LEVEL 1

For Him Gentlemen, we’ve got you covered (literally) when it comes to the latest shoe craze. Our top picks include a style for every occasion. From golfing shoes to beachready slippers, you have a variety from which to choose.

WESTERN CLASSICS BLDG A, LEVEL 3

PIPELINE LEATHER ISLAND SLIPPER BLDG A, LEVEL 2

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ROYAL HAWAIIAN GOLF SHOP BLDG A, LEVEL 3


On the Money A guide to currency exchange rates

Here’s a quick guide to

calculating exchange rates* for some international currencies into u.s. dollars. use this helpful guide while you shop.

1 U.S. Dollar equals

101.23 Yen (Japan) .90 Euros (european union) • 1,164.22 Won (south korea) • 6.68 Yuan (china) • 1.3 Canadian Dollars • .77 Pounds (united kingdom) • 1.35 australian Dollars • 1.41 New Zealand Dollars • •

There are nine atMs conveniently located throughout royal Hawaiian center, on every level. see center Maps on page 72.

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*This information is approximate. Currency exchange rates can fluctuate daily due to market factors. Banks and currency exchange bureaus will have the most up-to-date exchange rates.

www.alohaainaboutique.com Visit our boutique at the Royal Hawaiian Center, Building C, Level 2, Waikiki 808.924.4333 [Next to Island Vintage Coffee]

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SILVER LANIS

Best selling Hawaiian Jewelry all silver • opal • koa wood

High quality Hawaiian jewelry for the lowest prices in town. royal Hawaiian Center Building a-207 • level 2 • waikiki • 808.926.4784

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ROYAL HAWAIIAN BOUTIQUE BLDG A, LEVEL 3

ISLAND SOAP & CANDLE WORKS BLDG A, LEVEL 2

[ Omiyage ] SEASONAL SELECTIONS

BEACH CABANA BLDG C, LEVEL 2

HONOLULU COOKIE COMPANY BLDG B, LEVEL 1

ISLAND VINTAGE COFFEE BLDG C, LEVEL 2

ISLAND VINTAGE ORGANIC & NATURAL

LANI BEACH

BLDG C, LEVEL 2

BLDG A, LEVEL 2

LANI BEACH BLDG A, LEVEL 2

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Royal Hawaiian Boutique Hawaiian Brand Name Collections Hawaiian resort wear for weddings and lū’au, to dress up the family or for a party. For men, women and children. Hawaiian quilting too!

Tori Richard Kahala Sportswear Reyn Spooner

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Royal Hawaiian Center Building A, Level 3, 311B 808.924.2120

At Beach Cabana, a locally owned boutique, you’ll discover Hawaiian jewelry handcrafted by local artisans, as well as beach-inspired gifts and home furnishings. Royal Hawaiian Center. Building C. Level 2. Waikiki

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Fan-like fronds rustle in the gently embrace of sea-kissed, Emerald banners herald a lush oasis, Stately coconut trees tower upwards, trunks scarred by the years Ebbing shade below encircled by lush native growth blossoming and crawling, ‘Āpuakēhau cools the air, whispers as it meanders.

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Beneath the shade of the famed Helumoa Coconut Grove By Aaron SalĀ

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The Royal Grove of Royal Hawaiian Center pays homage to Helumoa, the ancient site of an astonishing coconut grove numbering 10,000 trees established by the renown ruler of O‘ahu, Kakuhihewa. It is the heart-beating hub of Royal Hawaiian Center. Hundreds of kama‘āina (locals) and malihini (visitors) learn to hula, thanks to Puake‘ala Mann who has been teaching at Royal Hawaiian Center since 1984. Noon is a time for respite from sight-seeing and shopping. Travelers often enjoy a picnic-style meal with friends and family, as their keiki (children) ex

plore the plants and waterways. In the evenings you’ll find merriment with musicians and dancers who take to the stage to share the poetry and beauty of these lands in melody and motions. The Royal Grove also welcomes visiting performing groups who come to Hawai‘i to learn about the native culture and to share a piece of their home. Meaning ‘spouting fresh water,’ Waikīkī is an ahupua‘a, a self-sustaining, wedge-shaped division of land that’s rich with resources inclusive of ocean, seashore, flat plains, mountain regions, winds and sky.

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R Culture Ahupua‘a means ‘pig altar’ and these altars stood sentry at the boundaries of an ahupua‘a. The ahupua‘a of Waikīkī was once laden with pools, springs and streams that fed into vast sections of agricultural fields plump with kalo (taro) and other foods. The entire water system drew sustenance from the waters that collected at the peaks of the Ko‘olau mountain range and pu‘u, valley hills. As the water flowed out to the sea, it separated into streams which include the Pi‘inaio, ‘Āpuakēhau and Ku‘ekaunahi. The Royal Grove pays tribute to the ‘Āpuakēhau with a bubbling

In the evenings you’ll find merriment with musicians and dancers who take the stage to share the poetry and beauty of these lands in melody and motions.

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water feature. Kalo, the staple food of Hawaiians who are linked to it genealogically, grows from the lifegiving water and lilly pads dance on the surface as the water winds its way down the path. Princess Bernice Pauahi, great grand-daughter of Kamehameha I and the last descendant of that ruling dynasty to reside in Helumoa, was fond of līlia lana i ka wai (water lillies) and had them added to the waters of the ‘Āpuakēhau. He wahi leo kono kēia e nānea i ka malu niu o Helumoa—We invite you to find respite from your travels within the peace of the Royal Grove here at Helumoa. He mai.

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The Hallmark of Hawaiian Music The steel guitar emits a sound that is very distinct By monte mccomBer

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While the ‘Ūkulele is synonymous with hawai‘i, the steel guitar has the distinction of being a uniquely hawaiian instrument. it was created by an 11-year old boy named Joseph kekuku in 1885. he was a self-taught guitarist and by a serendipitous accident discovered he could alter the tone of the guitar by applying various objects to the strings. his tinkerings, which included using a rusty bolt and pocket knife, eventually resulted in the hawaiian guitar (the more popular name for the steel guitar used in the early 1900s). Although he was a country boy from lā‘ie on the island on O‘ahu, kekuku’s career as a virtuoso would take him coast to coast on the continental united States and europe. in 1889, he and childhood friend Samuel Nainoa left the comforts of his village for schooling at kamehameha Schools. With better equipment and under the tutelage of his instructor, John Padigan, kekuku perfected his steel bar. Noted historian Donald “kilolani” Mitchell, Ph.D., describes the final fabrication as “a slim cylinder of steel about 4 inches long, convenient to hold in his left hand and able to slide noiselessly along the strings.” kekuku replaced the gut strings with wire to sustain notes for a longer period, and perfected his playing method.Born was the steel guitar. he left hawai‘i in his 30s, taking his group, “kekuku’s hawaiian

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Quintet,” on tour across America. At the age of 45 he made his European debut in “The Bird of Paradise” show, which later became a movie due to its popularity. Wherever he went and wherever he played, crowds flocked and the number of admirers of the Hawaiian boy and his steel guitar grew. Soon the number of steel guitarists grew; the ranks included such notables as Ernest Ka‘ai, Herman Bishaw, Ben Hokea and Walter Kolomuku. In an ensemble (‘ukulele, guitar, and upright bass), the steel guitar ornaments the melody line of a song as the pitch slides diatonically between notes ending with a trill (alternating between a tone or semitone) or chiming. Sometimes as an entirely musical verse—no lyrics—the steel guitarist will play the melody line with some embellishments during an interlude called a pā‘ani, meaning ‘to play’ as in a sport or game. The sound of the steel guitar is unmistakable and may be the reason for using the term ‘haunting’ to describe Hawaiian melodies and to distinguish them from other genres. Ethnomusicologist and Professor Emeritus from the University of Maryland, Mantle Hood, Ph.D., may have said it best in characterizing the steel guitar’s influence on Hawaiian music: “In fact, the sound of the steel guitar is considered the hallmark of Hawaiian music.” Last month Royal Hawaiian Center celebrated this Hawaiian musical creation by hosting the Waikīkī Steel Guitar Festival in partnership with the Hawai‘i Institute for Music Enrichment and Learning Experiences. The all-day festival drew hundreds of people to the Royal Grove. The festival included a special exhibit of vintage steel guitars and featured nine steel guitar performances. If you’re on O‘ahu around this time next year, please come and enjoy a one of a kind experience. He mai!

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Hawaiian 101 An easy glossary

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language of hawai‘i. Along with english, hawaiian is an official language of the state of hawai‘i. here are some hawaiian words and phrases you will see and encounter at Royal hawaiian Center, along with a helpful pronunciation guide. some hawaiian words have no perfect parallel in english pronunciation, because it’s often difficult to differentiate between the diphthongs ae/ai and ao/au. • Hale kÜ‘ai (huh-lay koo-eye*) Store Royal Hawaiian Center has a variety of hale kū‘ai that range from luxurious to casual. • kai (like “kite,” minus the “t”) Sea Royal Hawaiian Center is just steps from waikīkī Beach, famous for its white sands, surfing and sunsets. • kalÄkaUa (Ka-lah*-kau-uh) The Hawaiian Kingdom’s seventh ruler The namesake of waikīkī’s main thoroughfare, King Kalākaua’s name was inherited from an ancestor and means “the day (lā) of battle (kaua).” • Hale (huh-lay) House or building at Helumoa Hale, our Guest Services staff will assist you with all your information needs. • NiU (neē-ooh) Coconut The Royal Grove, known as Helumoa, contains dozens of coconut trees that have been the spiritual center of

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this property for generations, since the days when 10,000 niu trees grew here and Helumoa was home to ali‘i (royalty). • ‘ÖHI’A LEHUA (oh*-heē-ah-layhoō-ah) The flower of the ‘ohi‘a tree and the official flower of the island of Hawai‘i This is the favorite flower of the volcano goddess Pele. In the moist uplands where it more commonly grows, rare honeycreepers feed on the nectar from its feathery blooms. A few ‘ohi‘a trees grow in the Royal Grove and are a treasured part of this site. • PÄ‘INA (pah-eē-nah) Dinner, meal, or small party; to dine There are nearly two dozen opportunities to pā‘ina at Royal Hawaiian Center: a food court and restaurants offering multicultural fare.

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• PU‘U (poo-‘ooh) Mound, hill The pu‘u in The Royal Grove is where you can sit and enjoy free performances of Hawaiian music and hula. • UAPo (oo-wah-po) Bridge The uapo over The Royal Grove is named Kahalaopuna for the princess of Mānoa Valley whose beauty was likened to a rainbow. • ‘ULU (oo-loo) Breadfruit A food staple for the Hawaiians and a Hawaiian symbol of growth, ‘ulu provides shade and beauty at Royal Hawaiian Center. It’s also a classic pattern used in quilting classes, offered at Royal Hawaiian Center. * Signifies emphasis * In Kalākaua, the vowels “au” are pronounced as in “house.”

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A New York ‘Steak’ of Mind Prime cuts of beef rival Manhattan's best steakhouses By Simplicio Paragas photographs by dana edmunds

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“We don’t have this in Japan,”

a guest was overheard saying to his companions, as a waiter delivered a hefty steak to their table. Pointing to the sanguine slices of meat and snapping Instagram photos with their smartphones, the party of four appeared content with their order, which also included sides of creamed corn, onion rings, asparagus and rice. For David and Carrera Marotto, only the Porterhouse steak would do for the Canadian couple. “It’s the best of two steaks in one,” gushed the visiting honeymooners who had heard of Wolfgang’s Steak House from a fellow passenger while on their flight from Victoria, British Columbia to O‘ahu. “I like the striploin half and Carrera likes the tenderloin.” It’s impossible to go wrong with any of the steak selections at this tony establishment. After all, the cuts here are all designated “Prime,” a ranking reserved for only two percent of all the premium beef in the Midwest. Since opening its Royal Hawaiian Center location seven years ago, Wolfgang's Steakhouse by Wolfgang Zwiener has generated a buzz across the U.S., as well as Asia. “We get a lot of air play in Japan, thanks to a popular boys band and two major comedians,” says general manager Bill Nickerson. “If you’re coming to Hawai‘i from Japan, you’ll be eating at Wolfgang’s.” After 40 years as the head waiter and maître d’ at the revered Peter Luger Steak House in Brooklyn, Wolfgang Zwiener decided to open his own eponymous steakhouse on lower Park Avenue, with the encouragement of his two sons

and a couple of loyal waiters. And when a New York Times headline screamed “After 40 Years, a Waiter is the Boss,” Zwiener had joined the ranks of the Lugers, going steak to steak with his former boss. “Now we’ve got locations in Miami, New Jersey, Japan, Seoul, Philippines and the next one to go on line is Singapore,” Nickerson says.

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“When you go to any Wolfgang’s, you can count on continuity; you’ll get the same steak in Japan as you would in New Jersey.” Aside from starting with the best quality meat available to an elite cadre of upscale restaurants, Wolfgang’s takes a step further in dry-aging their steaks for 28 days, an optimum time that allows enzymes naturally present in the meat to break down the muscle tissue, resulting in improved texture and flavor.

“You get intense marbling and an earthy, nutty flavor,” Nickerson explains. “Because of evaporation that occurs during the process, we lose about 30 percent to 40 percent of the initial weight, but the end result, in my opinion, is superior to wet aging.” While acknowledging the other popular steakhouses around the island, Nickerson asserts that only Wolfgang’s can be called a true “Prime” steakhouse. “I don’t think any of the other restaurants can say that,” he says. “And there’s only one other steakhouse that dry ages their beef on premise like we do.” Steaks here are broiled at 1600 degrees Fahrenheit for a blackened crust, and are served sizzling hot to preferred temperature. Steak cuts include filet mignon, New York sirloin and rib eye. Like other traditional steakhouses, sides are ordered a la carte, offering guests such options as jumbo baked potato, cottage or steak fries, sautéed onions, lobster mac and cheese, and sautéed mushrooms. Every table should start with a few thick cuts of sizzling Canadian bacon dipped in the house special sauce. For a greener route, try the Wolfgang’s salad, consisting of a crisp lettuce cup, garnished with green beans, tomatoes, red peppers, onions, bacon bits and shrimp then tossed in a light vinaigrette. “It was a delightful experience,” writes Marotto in an email after returning to Victoria, B.C. “We’re obsessed with food so this story has extra significance. In fact, it was one of the highlights of our trip.” WHERE’S THE BEEF? Ask about the lunch specials Happy Hour runs daily from 11 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.


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An international dine around at Pä‘ina Länai By Simplicio Paragas

Craving Chinese food?

How about Mexican, Japanese, American or Vietnamese? As Waikīkī’s only “food court,” Pā‘ina Lānai offers an international selection of cuisines, from pho and ramen to steak and pizza to puff pastries and açai bowls. Champion’s Steak & Seafood In the past decade, Hawai‘i’s dining scene has seen a proliferation of fastfood restaurants offering steak plates. But unlike those other places, where the beef is sliced into pieces, the New York striploin at Champion’s is served whole. Tender and lean the 8-ounce cut is well seasoned and prepared to an ideal medium-rare temperature. A side salad and two scoops of rice turn this into a hearty lunch or dinner. Other menu items include shrimp, fish and chicken.

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Ezogiku Japanese Ramen Noodle The proof is in the broth. For 47 years, Ezogiku has maintained the same quality and flavor of its ramen, the key to which is the homemade miso. While there are three distinct Continued on page 60

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chocolate cream puffs and array of roll cakes—this location now offers soft-serve ice cream in three flavors: Maui Vanilla Bean, Kona Coffee and the Hawaiian Twist,” a combination of the two.

Take your taste buds on an international adventure at a casual open-air dining room at the Center.

Continued from page 58 styles of ramen—Kyushu, Tokyo and Sapporo—Ezogiku only serves the latter. The bestseller is still the miso ramen, which is comprised of al dente noodles steeped in a delicate broth and garnished with wontons, char siu, chicken or seafood. Remember to slurp; it’s polite etiquette when eating ramen. kulu kulu honolulu In addition to its ethereal desserts— including its Diamond Head

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Maui Tacos The flavors of Mexico meet spirit of aloha—like burritos of Hawaiian barbecued pork and “Mexican Sushi.” The salsa bar features salsas named “pineapple passion “and “hula heat.” Panda Express One of the fastest growing chains in America, Panda Express serves casual Chinese food. Established in 1983, this quick-service restaurant offers guests such popular options as honey walnut shrimp, orange chicken, Beijing beef, Shanghai Angus steak and eggplant tofu. Guests also have a choice of starch: chow mein noodles, steamed white, brown or fried rice.

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Mahaloha burgers Hawai‘i’s favorite dishes are transformed into delicious burgers and sandwiches, including the chicken katsu sandwich and the first-ever loco moco burger, based on the popular island specialty. Also available are green salads, hot dogs and various sides.


Pho Factory Pronounced “fuh,” pho is the popular Vietnamese noodle soup known among U.S. mainlanders for its distinctive aroma and rainy day remedies. The modern bowl of pho is served with fresh vegetables and herbs: bean sprouts, Thai basil, mint, lime and peppers. These are garnishes, not meant to interfere with the perfect medley of rice, noodles and meat. Rip up a few leaves of herbs and sprinkle it over and squeeze a bit of lime if needed. chopsticks in one hand and a soupspoon in the other, allow pho to work its wonder at any time of day. Sbarro Known for its classic new yorkstyle pies, which are made from hand-stretched dough, Sbarro serves stuffed pizzas, stromboli, calzones and deep-dish pizzas. Pasta options include spaghetti with meatballs and baked ziti. For a healthier entree, try the mixed green or caesar salad. Uncle Tetsu Japanese Cheesecake Unlike its new york counterpart, Uncle tetsu’s cheesecakes are light, airy and not overly sweet. each individual cheesecake is handcrafted with natural ingredients and baked in a specially calibrated oven for 45 minutes. other available goodies include Madeleines, cheesecake Biscotti, ooey Gooey cookies and tea. Yummy Korean BBQ This is popular chain poularized Korean cuisine on the island. island residents swear by its spicy Korean side dishes of kim chee and entrees of barbecued meats, such as bulgogi, kal bi and chicken. other traditional entrees include meat or fish jun, fried man doo and savory soups. Roy a l H awa i i a n c e n t e R

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Fresh and Healthy Island Vintage Coffee: Simple, delicious food By rizza cosio

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fresh, healthy food? Look no further than Island Vintage Coffee and Island Vintage Organic and Natural. serving a full menu of salads, sandwiches and plates until 3 p.m. daily, this hopping casual indoor-outdoor spot is appropriately popular with a hefty queue to prove it. a poke bowl of cubed fresh island ‘ahi (tuna) o‘ahu-grown organic sea asparagus, sprouted rice, seaweed and other garnishes, is a healthy hawaiian meal. sandwich offerings include a smoked salmon bagel which is as close to a new york city brunch you’ll find, with all the trimmings: salty lox, juicy tomato, onion, cream cheese and capers. salad options range from hearty and filling (shrimp and avocado) to light and fresh (strawberry, mint and feta). açai bowls come with the usual array of fresh fruits, plus Island Vintage’s custom organic granola, which is also for sale in the boutique. of course, if you just want a cappuccino and pastry, you’ve come to the right place. It is worth the wait. open daily at 6 a.m. Building C, Level 2. (808) 926-5662 H awai ia n ce n t e R

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Crazy for Cream Puffs Delicate pastries gain popularity among visitors By simplicio paragas

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Translating to “round and round” in english, kulu kulu brings its ethereal pastries to the pā‘ina Lānai. since opening its first hawai‘i location in 2012, the Japanese-style pastry shop has attracted patrons with its diamond head puff pastry, a light, airy cream puff that possesses just the right amount of sugar. “We are honored to have our third store here at such a very important historical place,” said general manager miki ono, during an earlymorning media preview. in addition to its cream puffs and array of signature roll cakes, this location will offer soft-serve ice cream in three flavors: “maui Vanilla Bean,” “Kona Coffee” made with 100 percent Kona Coffee from hawai‘i island and the “hawaiian Twist,” a swirling combination of the two flavors. This newest shop will also feature maui vanilla custard and Kona Coffee puddings. Pā‘ina Lānai, 808.931.0915, kulukulucake.com

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Ethnic Cuisines A world of flavors awaits, from traditional sushi to dry-aged American steaks. The Center’s restaurants are now open from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. (some later).

Chinese beijing chinese seafood restaurant— offering the finest

chinese seafood by master chefs, with beautiful facilities for banquets and private parties available for rental. Dim sum service offers made-to-steam delights. open daily for lunch and dinner. Building C, Level 3, 808.971.8833 p.f. chang’s— The P.F chang’s experience is

a unique combination of chinese cuisine, attentive service, wine and tempting desserts, all served in a stylish, highenergy bistro. committed to providing a memorable dining experience with a keen attention to detail, friendly servers cater to guests’ every need. Building A, Levels 1 & 2, 808.628.6760

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Japanese doraku sushi —Doraku strives to be

inventive with its cuisine by combining traditional Japanese ingredients with Pan-asian and latin flavors. The staff encourages guests to dine “family style,” which will allow them to sample more of the menu. Building B, Level 3, 808.922.3323 restaurant suntory—Serving the

finest Japanese cuisine in waikīkī for over 30 years, Suntory is a household name for special, authentic Japanese dishes from shabu-shabu to sushi, teppanyaki and elegant kaiseki dinners. Building B, Level 3, 808.922.5511

Steak & Seafood wolfgang’s steakhouse by wolfgang zwiener— Rave reviews

and numerous awards prove that wolfgang Zwiener has built a legend. Dry-aged on site to perfection, and carved to order, wolfgang’s steaks are tender and juicy, served sizzling hot with a perfect crust. Building C, Level 3, 808.922.3600

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grilled steak and fish are the specialty here. count on super-friendly service and a satisfying, inexpensive meal. Pā‘ina Lānai, Building B, Level 2, 808.921.0011 mahaloha burger— Fresh, never

frozen, burgers are made with 100 percent free-range premium beef from the Hawai‘i island. available in two sizes, a third- (single) or half-pound (double), the patties are cooked to medium temperature then garnished with a homemade secret sauce. Pā‘ ina Lānai, Building B, Level 2, 808.926.6500

Chinese panda express— This familiar mainland

chain offers such favorites as orange chicken, beef broccoli, honey walnut shrimp, kung pao chicken, chicken string bean, fried rice and chow mein. Pā‘ ina Lānai, Building B, Level 2, 808.924.8886

Coffee Shop/Sandwiches island vintage coffee— Providing the

finest in 100 percent Kona coffee drinks is just one of this shop’s specialties. They also make terrific açai bowls and smoothies, fresh daily soups, delicious sandwiches, poke bowls and salads. Building C, Level 2, 808.923.3383 starbucks— The reliable brand is present

here and has some Hawaiian touches, such as oatcakes and fresh, locally baked goods. Building A, Level 1, 808.922.4110 subway— The world’s largest submarine

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Italian sbarro italian eatery— Big slices of

hearty pizzas with assorted toppings draw crowds here, while daily pasta specials are always satisfying. Pā‘ina Lānai, Building B, Level 2, 808.922.1041

Japanese curry cafe— Savor the taste of Japanese-

style curries by ordering either the golden curry or black smoked Hayashi curry. Pā‘ina Lānai, Building B, Level 2, 808.922.3888 kulu kulu honolulu— in addition to

its signature pastries, this location also offers soft-serve ice cream. Pā‘ina Lānai, Building B, Level 2, 808.931.0915 8 uncle tetsu japanese cheesecake—

light and airy Japanese-style cheesecakes, as well as cookies and specialty teas. Pā‘ina Lānai, Building B, Level 2, 808.922.9680

Mexican maui tacos—Maui meets Mexico at this

fun hybrid, which includes a self-serve salsa bar of over two dozen toppings. enjoy hardor soft-shelled tacos stuffed with your choice of pork, chicken, beef, steak or fish. Pā‘ina Lānai, Building B, Level 2, 808.931.6111

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Noodles ezogiku —This noodle shop has been

serving authentic Japanese ramen for over four decades. Signature dishes include the Sapporo and miso ramen. Pā‘ina Lānai, Building B, Level 2, 808.447.7595 pho factory—Health-conscious diners

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Royal Hawaiian Center Directory Accessories, Apparel & shoes Anteprima Wirebag Bali Hai by Pashma Calypso St. Barth Fendi Fighting Eel Forever 21 Furla Hermès Island Slipper Jimmy Choo kate spade new york Koi Honolulu Lāna‘i Transit Hawai‘i Leather Soul LeSportsac Letarte Loro Piana Pipeline Leather Salvatore Ferragamo Spark Sunglass Hut The Walking Company Tory Burch Valentino

B113 C117 A112 A103 B116 C102 B117 A101 A211 C103a B102 B118 A107 B304 B109 A111 C109, C209 C214 B106 A210 A110, B110 A208 B103, B203 C108

Specialty wear & gifts Allure Swimwear Crazy Fish Crazy Shirts Harley-Davidson Waikīkī Island Soap & Candle Works Lani Beach by Mireille Pink Sand Pineapple Princess Lingerie Ranger Sports Royal Hawaiian Golf Shop Western Classics Zumiez

C118 C114 B111 A202 A204 A209 B119 A310 A307 A302 A308 A108

hawaiian gifts & apparel Aloha Aina Boutique C213 Beach Cabana C216 Bob’s ‘Ukulele A206 Hawaiian Island Arts B303 Honolulu Home Collection C204a Island Fashions A306 Lee Rylee Fine Art Photography  A1Cart

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Lole Hawai‘i Aloha Wear Royal Hawaiian Boutique Royal Hawaiian Quilt Simply Wood Studios

C215 A304 A203 C111

Jewelry/Watches Cartier Clearlight Jewelry Gaga Milano Harry Winston Island Fine Jewelry Koa Nani Kobe Jewelry Laki Hawaiian Designs Olivia Hawaiian Jewelry Omega Boutique Pick a Pearl Rolex Boutique Silver Lanis Tourneau

A102 C1 Cart A106 B105 A109 C115 B115 A309 B302 C103 C1 Kiosk C106 A207 C110

Health, beauty & VARIETY ABC Store Faces Studio & Salon Forever Flawless Love Renaissance Spa Royal Hawaiian

B107 A205a C113 C116 C305

C104 C112

PA‘ina LAnai Food Court Champion’ s Steak & Seafood Curry Café Ezogiku Grand Carving Station kulu kulu honolulu Mahaloha Burgers Maui Tacos Panda Express Pearl’s Korean BBQ Pho Factory Sbarro Subway Uncle Tetsu Japanese Cheesecake

Beijing Chinese Seafood Doraku Sushi Il Lupino Trattoria & Wine Bar Noi Thai Cuisine P.F. Chang’s Waikīkī Restaurant Suntory The Cheesecake Factory Wolfgang’s Steakhouse by Wolfgang Zwiener

C308 B301 B120 C303 A105 B307 C101 C306

specialty foods & eateries Honolulu Cookie Company Island Vintage Coffee Island Vintage Organic & Natural Island Vintage Shave Ice Mālie Kai Chocolates Starbucks

B108 C211 C212 B1 Kiosk C119 A104

Entertainment

Music & Electronics Apple Store Tricked Out Accessories

Restaurants

B216 B207a B212 B213 B218 B208 B209 B214 B211 B207 B210 B215 B217

“Rock-A-Hula” Legends Waikīkī Royal Hawaiian Theater Box Office B1 Kiosk “Rock-A-Hula” Legends Waikīkī Royal Hawaiian Theater B401 “Rock-A-Hula” Legends Waikīkī Royal Hawaiian Theater Box Office B402 Royal Hawaiian Shooting Club A401

carts & Services Ageless Future B1 Cart Aunty Bella’s Lei Stand A1 Kiosk Clearlight Jewelry C1 Cart Helumoa Hale Guest Services & Heritage Room B122 Hilton Grand Vacations C1 Kiosk H.I.S. B306 Hokuya B1 Cart ‘Iolana Design C1 Cart Komang Jewelry C1 Cart Lee Rylee Fine Art Photography  A1Cart Lu Koa Collection A1 Cart Nalu Storage C100a Polynesian Cultural Center C1 Kiosk Rock-A-Hula Legends in Waikīkī B402/Box Office B1 Kiosk SoHo B1 Cart Waikīkī Trolley Ticket Booth C1 Cart Wyndham Vacation Resorts A1 Cart


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Level 1 Street Level

KALĀKAUA AVENUE

C1

C-118 C-110

TOURNEAU

C-117

C-109

C-108

LORO PIANA

C-116

C-115

HELUM GUEST

BRIDGE

KIOSK: "ROCK-A-HULA" LEGENDS WAIKĪKĪ BOX OFFICE KIOSK ISLAND VINTAGE SHAVE ICE

SEASIDE AVENUE

KIOSKS: POLYNESIAN CULTURAL CENTER PICK A PEARL HILTON GRAND VACATIONS

VALENTINO

C-114 C-106

APPLE STORE C-104

C-119 C-120

ROLEX BOUTIQUE

C-113

C-112

C-111 C-103a

FOREVER 21 C-102

OMEGA BOUTIQUE C-103

NALU STORAGE C-100a

JIMMY CHOO

PUBLIC BEACH ACCESS

THE CHEESECAKE FACTORY C-101

LEVEL 1 SHOPS ABC Store Ageless Future Allure Swimwear Anteprima Wirebag Apple Store Aunty Bella’s Lei Stand Bali Hai by Pashma Calypso St. Barth Cartier Clearlight Jewelry Crazy Fish Crazy Shirts

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B-107 B-1 Cart C-118 B-113 C-104 A-1 Kiosk C-117 A-112 A-102 C-1 Cart C-114 B-111

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Fendi A-103 Fighting Eel B-116 Forever 21 C-102 C-202 C-302 Forever Flawless C-113 Furla B-117 Gaga Milano A-106 Harry Winston B-105 B-205 Helumoa Hale & Guest Services B-122 Hermès A-101 A-201 Hilton Grand Vacations C-1 Kiosk Hokuya B-1 Cart Honolulu Cookie Company B-108

II Lupino Trattoria & Wine Bar B-120 ‘Iolana Design C-1 Cart Island Fine Jewelry A-109 Island Vintage Shave Ice B-1 Kiosk Jimmy Choo C-103a kate spade new york B-102 B-202 Koa Nani C-115 Kobe Jewelry B-115 Koi Honolulu B-118 Komang Jewelry C-1 Cart Lāna‘i Transit Hawai‘i A-107 Lee Rylee Fine Art Photography A-1Cart


SHERATON WAIKĪKĪ

HOTEL

SHERATON WAIKĪKĪ CIRCULAR PORTE COCHERE

A-112

B1 LeSportsac B-109 Letarte A-111 Loro Piana C-109 C-209 Love Renaissance C-116 Lu Koa Collection A-1 Cart Malie Kai Chocolates C-119 Nalu Storage C-100a Omega Boutique C-103 C-203 P.F. Chang’s Waikīkī A-105 A-205 Pick A Pearl C-1 Kiosk Pink Sand B-119 Polynesian Cultural Center C-1 Kiosk

CARTIER A-102

FENDI A-103 T

HERMÈS A-101

P.F. CHANG’S A-105

LEWER

AUNTY BELLA’S LEI STAND

S STREE

SALVATORE FERRAGAMO B-106

A-104

A-106

ABC STORE B-107

ROYAL HAWAIIAN AVENUE

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STARBUCKS COFFEE

Elevator Lobby

A-107

B-

HARRY WINSTON B-105

B-103

B-102

TORY BURCH

HELUMOA HALE & GUEST SERVICES*

KATE SPADE

B-109

A-108

B-110

A-109

B-116

PARKING GARAGE

A-110

B-111

B-117

REET

A-111

B-115

10

B-119

B-118

B-114

DON HO ST

B-112

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B-120

B-113

A1

“Rock-A-Hula” Legends Waikīkī Box Office B-1 Kiosk Rolex Boutique C-106 Salvatore Ferragamo B-106 B-206 Simply Wood Studios C-111 SoHo B-1 Cart Starbucks A-104 Sunglass Hut A-110 B-110 The Cheesecake Factory C-101 Tory Burch B-103 B-203 Tourneau C-110 C-210 Tricked Out Accessories C-112

Valentino C-108 C-208 Waikīkī Trolley Ticket Booth C-1 Cart Wyndham Vacation Resorts A-1 Cart Zumiez A-108

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C2

C-211

C-212

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C-210

TOURNEAU

C-214

C-215

C-213 C-209

LORO PIANA

C-204

C-208

C-204a

VALENTINO

OMEGA BOUTIQUE C-203

C-217

FOREVER 21 C-202

C-216

Level 2

BUILDING C LEVEL 2

LEVEL 2 SHOPS Aloha Aina Boutique C-213 Beach Cabana C-216 Bob’s ‘Ukulele A-206 Champion’s Steak & Seafood B-216 Curry Café B-207a Ezogiku B-212 Faces Studio & Salon A-205a Forever 21 C-102 C-202 C-302 Grand Carving Station B-213 Harley-Davidson Waikīkī A-202 Harry Winston B-105 B-205

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Hermès A-101 A-201 Honolulu Home Collection C-204a Island Slipper A-211 Island Soap & Candle Works A-204 Island Vintage Coffee C-211 Island Vintage Organic & Natural C-212 kate spade new york B-102 B-202 kulu kulu honolulu B-218 Lani Beach by Mireille A-209 Lole Hawai’i Aloha Wear C-215 Loro Piana C-109 C-209

Mahaloha Burgers Maui Tacos Omega Boutique Panda Express Pearl’s Korean BBQ P.F. Chang’s Waikīkī Pho Factory Pipeline Leather Royal Hawaiian Quilt Salvatore Ferragamo Sbarro

B-208 B-209 C-103 C-203 B-214 B-211 A-105 A-205 B-207 C-214 A-203 B-106 B-206 B-210

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PĀ‘INA LĀNAI FOOD COURT

B-209

Elevator Lobby

A-208

A-211

B-207

A-210

B-208

B-219 ATM

A-209

P.F. CHANG’S A-205

A-206

A2

A-203

A-204

HERMÈS A-201

A-202

SALVATORE FERRAGAMO B-206

BUILDING B LEVEL 2

Silver Lanis Spark Subway The Walking Company Tory Burch Tourneau Uncle Tetsu Japanese Cheesecake Valentino

BRIDGE

HARRY WINSTON HARRY B-205 WINSTON B-205

B-203 B-203

B-202 B-202

B2

A-207

B-207a

l3

TORY BURCH BURCH TORY

Leve e on

B-210

B-212

B-213

B-214

B-215

B-216 B-218

KATE SPADE SPADE KATE

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B-217

PARKING GARAGE

A-205a

BUILDING A LEVEL 2

A-207 A-210 B-215 A-208 B-103 B-203 C-110 C-210 B-217 C-108 C-208

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Level 3 BEIJING C-308

E

BRIDG

FOREVER 21 C-302

C3

C-304

C-305 WOLFGANG’S STEAKHOUSE C-306

NOI THAI CUISINE C-303

BUILDING C LEVEL 3

OPENING SOON ELEVATOR ESCALATOR

LEVEL 3 SHOPS

RESTROOMS

Beijing Chinese Seafood C-308 Doraku Sushi HELUMOA HALE & B-301 GUEST SERVICES Forever 21 C-102 C-202 C-302 ヘルモアハレ& ゲストサービス Hawaiian Island Arts B-303 H.I.S. B-306 LEI STAND Island Fashions A-306 AUTOMATED Laki Hawaiian Designs A-309 TELLER MACHINE Leather Soul B-304 DESIGNATED SMOKING Noi Thai Cuisine C-303 Olivia Hawaiian Jewelry B-302

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Pineapple Princess Lingerie Ranger Sports Restaurant Suntory Royal Hawaiian Boutique Royal Hawaiian Golf Shop Spa Royal Hawaiian Western Classics Wolfgang’s Steakhouse by Wolfgang Zwiener

A-310 A-307 B-307 A-304 A-302 C-305 A-308 C-306


PARKING GARAGE

H.I.S. B-306

PARKING GARAGE

SUNTORY B-307

B-303

B3

ING B L3

A3

A-304

A-305

A-307

A-308

A-309

A-310

BRIDGE

LEATHER SOUL B-304

CHIBO A-301

BUILDING B LEVEL 3

A-304

A-307

A-308

A-310 B-302

B-303

DORAKUBRIDGE SUSHI B-301 LEATHER SOUL B-304

A-309

B-305

E

BRIDG

B-305 A-305

Elevator Lobby

A-306

Elevator Lobby

A-306

H.I.S. B-306

CHIBO A-301

A-302

A-302

BUILDING A LEVEL 3

A3

BUILDING A LEVEL 3

LEVEL 3 SHOPS

SHOPS

ese Seafood hi ernational Buffet C-102 C-202

and Arts ons n Designs

ne Art Photography

C-308 B-301 C-303 C-302 B-306 B-303 A-306 A-309 B-304 A-305

Beijing Chinese Seafood Doraku Sushi Okonomiyaki Chibo Five Star International Buffet Olivia Forever 21 Hawaiian Jewelry C-102 C-202 H.I.S.Princesse Tam-Tam Lingerie Ranger Sports Hawaiian Island Arts Restaurant Island Fashions Suntory Royal Hawaiian Boutique Laki Hawaiian Designs Royal Hawaiian Golf Shop Leather Soul Spa Royal Hawaiian Lee Rylee Fine Art Photography Western Classics Wolfgang’s Steakhouse

C-308 B-301 A-301 C-303 C-302B-302 A-310 B-306 A-307 B-303 A-306B-307 A-304 A-309 A-302 B-304 A-305C-305 A-308 C-306

Okonomiyaki Chibo Olivia Hawaiian Jewelry Princesse Tam-Tam Lingerie Ranger Sports Restaurant Suntory Royal Hawaiian Boutique Royal Hawaiian Golf Shop Spa Royal Hawaiian Western Classics Wolfgang’s Steakhouse

A-301 B-302 A-310 A-307 B-307 A-304 A-302 C-305 A-308 C-306

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LEVEL 4 SHOPS “Rock-A-Hula” Legends Waikīkī Royal Hawaiian Theater B-401 “Rock-A-Hula” Legends Waikīkī Royal Hawaiian Theater Box Office B-402 Royal Hawaiian Shooting Club A-401

Level 4 PARKING GARAGE PARKING GARAGE

LEGENDS IN CONCERT WAIKĪKĪ ROYAL HAWAIIAN THEATER "ROCK-A-HULA!" LEGENDS WAIKIKI B-401 ROYAL HAWAIIAN THEATER B-401

Elevator Lobby Elevator Lobby

B-402 B-402

BRIDGE BRIDGE

LEGENDS IN CONCERT WAIKĪKĪ ROYAL HAWAIIAN "Rock-A-Hula!" Legends THEATER BOX OFFICE Waikiki Royal Hawaiian Theater Box Office

ROYAL HAWAIIAN SHOOTING CLUB ROYAL HAWAIIAN A-401 CLUB SHOOTING A-401

BUILDING A A4 4 BUILDING A A4 LEVEL LEVEL 4

BUILDING B B4 4 BUILDING B B4 LEVEL LEVEL 4 LEVEL 4 SHOPS LEVEL 4 SHOPS

Center Information

Legends in Concert Waikīkī Royal Hawaiian Theater B-401 Legends in Concert Waikīkī Legends in Concert Waikīkī Royal Hawaiian Theater B-401 Royal Hawaiian Theater Legends in Concert Waikīkī VALET PARKING INFORMATION Box Office B-402 B-1 Kiosk Royal Hawaiian Theater Royal Shooting Club A-401 Now available Monday-Thursday Welcome to the largest shopping Box Hawaiian Office B-402 B-1 Kiosk Royal Hawaiian Shooting Clubfrom A-401 nights 5-10 and Fridays-Sundays center in Waikīkī. Please see our

Center Directory Map located around the Center and at our Helumoa Hale Guest Services & Heritage Room in the Royal Grove for the latest on merchant locations, and for Hawaiian showtimes and locations.

PARKING A minimum purchase of $10 is required. The first hour of validated parking is FREE. Two additional hours are available for $2 per hour, with a maximum of up to three hours. For example two hours of validated parking will cost $2 and up to three hours of validated parking will cost $4. Regular rates of $2 per 20 minutes segment/$6 per hour will apply thereafter. 78 I R OYAL

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until 11, valet parking costs $15. Vehicle drop-off is located adjacent to the steep ramp entrance into the Center garage, at the corner of Royal Hawaiian Avenue and Don Ho Street.

HOURS Enjoy convenient shopping and dining, 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. or later, 365 days a year. Restaurant hours may vary. GUEST SERVICES Visit Helumoa Hale Guest Services & Heritage Room (Royal Grove) or contact us at (808) 922-2299. The security office can be reached at (808) 924-4026. In addition, feel free to visit www.RoyalHawaiianCenter.com.


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Ambassador

Aqua Maile Sky Court

KUHIO AVE Luxury Row

KAL A KAU

Aqua Coconut Plaza

Hokele Suites

Aston Waikiki Joy

AA VE Outrigger Regency

Waikiki Beach Walk

ALOHA DR

Royal Kuhio

MANUKAI Courtyard by Marriott

LAUULA ST

Waikiki Shopping Plaza

SEASIDE AVE

Ilima

Aqua Aloha Surf

Waikiki Sand Villa

TUSITALA ST

CLEGHORN ST

Kuhio Village

Aston Waikiki Asto Aston Beach- Wai n Waikiki kiki side Circle Beach Tower

Aqua Aston Bam boo Pac ific Royal & Spa Monar Grove ch PRINCE EDWA RD ST Kings Village Waikiki Waikiki Hana Resort KOA AVE Hyatt Regency Waikiki

e ce Duk ku Poli ion mo t ana atue Sta Kah

Pacific Beach Hotel

Hilton Waikiki Beach

Aston Waikiki Banyan

Marriott Waikiki Beach

Aston Waikiki Sunset

Hyatt Place

Hotel Renew

Aston Waikiki Beach

Park Shore

Waikiki Grand

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CAR TWR

PAOAKALANI AVE

Ala Wai Canal

Outrigger Waikiki on the Beach

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OHUA AVE

WAIKĪKĪ’S main boulevards and streets are named after kings, queens, and other members of Hawai‘i’s royal family, and there are statues throughout the district.

Aqua Waikiki Pearl Ohana Waikiki West

Miramar at Waikiki

Ohana East

Sheraton Princess Kaiulani

KANEKAPOLEI ST

Mamala Bay

KI IKI WA ACH BE

Westin Moana Surfrider

I AVE KAIULAN

Holiday Surf

Aqua Waikiki Wave

Holiday Inn Waikiki Beachcomber

WALINA ST

KALAKAUA AVE

International Market Place

KUHIO AVE

NAHUA ST

ALA WAI BLVD

Aqua Island Colony

Waikiki Trade Center

Waikiki Business Plaza

Royal Hawaiian

Royal Hawaiian Center DON HO ST Wyndham Resorts

HELUMOA RD

Sheraton Waikiki

Imperial Waikiki Parc Halekulani

KALIA RD

Embassy Suites

ROYAL HAWAIIAN AVE

Royal Garden at Waikiki

NAMAHANA ST Waikiki Gateway King Kalakaua Plaza

OLOHANA ST RT FO SSY RU De ARK P

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Trump Hotel Waikiki

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KAIOLU ST

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