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Welcome to Hawaii Discover everything from breathtaking beach views to an abundance of charming shops. With a refreshing Lava Flow cocktail in hand, indulge in Hawaii’s relaxing vibes.

Oahu

Hawaii State Capital: Honolulu Population: 991,788

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State Governor David Ige [1]

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State Bird Nene [3]

State Tree

The Kukui Tree (originating in Polynesia) [4]. The first settlers used the oil-rich nuts to make candles, so it is also known as the candlenut tree.

Celebrities From Hawaii

Barack Obama (44th President of the United States), Chad “Akebono” Rowan (professional sumo wrestler), Michelle Wie (LPGA golfer), Bruno Mars (singer-songwriter) [5], Jack Johnson (singer-songwriter)

Flavors of Hawaii

Ahi poke, spam musubi, loco moco [6], malasada [7], shave ice, etc.

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Table of Contents

P. 14~16 Hawaii News & Events

Exciting activities to expect this season

P. 20~29 On the Cover

Miss Hawaii Teen USA 2017

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Ala Moana Center • International Market Place • Royal Hawaiian Center • Waikiki Beach Walk • Koko Marina Center 8

P. 30~37 Luxury Shopping Map & Brand List An easy way to locate all of your favorite high-end brands


FERRAGAMO.COM Ala Moana Center, Royal Hawaiian Center


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P. 72, 80 Aloha Souvenirs

Sweets, snacks, & resort wear that are positively "Hawaii"

P. 74~75 Discover the Big Island

Adventure-packed itinerary for your 3-day getaway

P. 82~93 Dining Guide

New in Town • Premier Hotel Dining • Editor's Choice • Breakfast Sweets Guide

P. 98 Useful Information & Tips

American currency, conversion chart, & more

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CREDITS Publisher: PacRim Marketing Group, Inc. / CEO Dave Erdman Producer and Graphic Designer: Lisa Looschen Cover and Graphic Designer: Ricky Chan Chief Editor: Kasey Rieta Editors: Akiko Mori Ching, Dan Zhai, Eriko Sponberg, Jiyeon Kim Distribution Manager: Elton Murata 808-389-8996 Advertising Sales: PacRim Marketing Group, Inc.

www.pacrimmarketing.com

For advertisement inquiries call or email: advertising@pacrimmarketing.com Irene Honma / Director of Sales & Marketing - Asia/International ihonma@pacrimmarketing.com Kasey Rieta / Account Executive, Media Sales krieta@pacrimmarketing.com Jennifer Erwin / General Manager and Finance Phone: 808-949-4592 Toll Free: 1-800-338-4502 ON THE COVER

Cover Model: Lauren Teruya Cover Photographer: Yi Lin Hu (www.yilinhu.com) Hair and Make-Up: Machi Barros (http://ameblo.jp/hawaiimake) Clothes and Accessories: Stephie Dress $315 and Curt Purse $149 / Ted Baker London, Elsa PerettiÂŽ Wave five-row ring in 18k rose gold $1,800, Tiffany T Two ring in 18k white gold with diamonds $2,950, Tiffany T smile pendant in 18k white gold with diamonds $3,500, Tiffany five-row bangle in 18k white gold with diamonds $27,500, Tiffany round earrings in 18k white gold with diamonds $3,700, Return to TiffanyÂŽ heart tag on a bracelet in 18k gold $3,550 / Tiffany & Co. Contribution Special thanks to 1013 Integrated, Ala Moana Center, Journal Graphics, Ted Baker London, Neiman Marcus and Tiffany & Co. Posted on www.issuu.com 12


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23rd Annual Honolulu Festival

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KCC Farmer's Market Browse Oahu's freshest food,

flowers, and local produce all in one place!

Location: Kapiolani Community College, Lot C

Time: Saturdays 7:30-11:00am

Mauka Wing Yoga Start the day right with a

complimentary yoga class hosted

by lululemon athletica on Mall Level 2 of the Mauka Wing at Ala Moana Center.

Location: Ala Moana Center

Time: Wednesdays 8:30-9:30am

4/16 - 4/22

The Merrie Monarch Festival Held annually in Hilo on the Big Island, the Merrie Monarch Festival is considered to be the most prestigious hula competition worldwide, dedicated to King David KalÄ kaua who revived this form of dance along with numerous other cultural traditions during his reign. The week-long festival features a Hawaiian arts fair, grand parade and performances by local and international halau.

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Lantern Floating Hawaii

This beautiful Memorial Day event gathers more than 40,000 guests at Ala Moana Beach Park in a sunset ceremony to honor loved ones and to symbolize hope for the future through the casting of paper lanterns out to sea.

Free Hula Show

Witness the graceful art of

hula near Waikiki's iconic Duke Kahanamoku statue.

Location: Kuhio Beach

Time: Tues/Thur/Sat 6:00-7:00pm

Cultural Program

From lauhala weaving to playing

ukulele, immerse yourself in island culture with free lessons offered Monday - Saturday.

Location: Royal Hawaiian Center Time: See page 52 for details


Discover the world through the lens of Master Photographer Peter Lik. Located in famed downtown Lahaina and on the Waikiki Beach Walk, LIK Fine Art Galleries showcase some of Peter’s most notable and award winning photographic masterpieces. LIK Fine Art is a natural fit for those who pursue luxury and have a fondness for exquisite beauty.

Waikiki Beach Walk 226 Lewers Street 808 926 5656 Downtown Lahaina 712 Front Street 808 661 6623 vistit us online at lik.com


Honolulu Biennial 2017

Debunking the notion that this region is “the middle of nowhere,” The Honolulu Biennial presents Hawaii as a vital bridge linking East and West, where art and ideas flourish. From March 8 – May 8, over 20 magnificent art installations and a series of free public programs will be launched throughout Honolulu as leading artists worldwide shine a spotlight on the vibrant cultures of the Pacific. www.honolulubiennial.org

Poke & Box

The newest addition to Ala Moana Center’s Makai Market Food Court shows us a new way to order poke with a build-yourown-bowl concept that features an incredible selection of locallysourced proteins, veggies and garnishes. Hand-mixed in robust specialty sauces like original shoyu, Korean gochujang or creamy sesame, foodies can create their dream poke bowl right down to the last detail. www.pokeandbox.com

Scratch Kitchen and Meatery

To the delight of many, popular downtown brunch spot, Scratch Kitchen and Bake Shop, will open a second, rustic-inspired location at the South Shore Market in Ward Village. In addition to its well-known breakfast and lunch dishes, Scratch Kitchen and Meatery will offer a rich dinner menu heavily influenced by New Orleans and southern cuisines alongside an extensive cocktail list that whiskey and bourbon lovers are sure to enjoy. www. scratch-hawaii.com

What's New in Town

The International Market Place introduces two culinary giants to its Grand Lanai restaurant lineup: Yauatcha and Herringbone. See pages 82-84 for more information on Waikiki’s most anticipated restaurants.

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FAVORITE PLACE TO SHOP... She's a fan of department stores like Nordstrom, Saks Fifth Avenue, and Bloomingdale's because of the many great finds conveniently located in one place.

FAVORITE RESTAURANT... As a lover of vegan food, she enjoys going to Peace Cafe, 'Ai Love Nalo, and Whole Foods.

FAVORITE SKINCARE BRAND... Clarins. Her regimen consists of cleansing twice a day, moisturizing regularly, and always wearing sunscreen.

FAVORITE PLACE IN HAWAII... North Shore. With all of the beautiful scenery, beaches, and delicious local food, Lauren says it is the best place to get the full Hawaii experience.

FUTURE PLANS...

name: Lauren Teruya age: 18 occupation: High School Student

HOBBIES... Lauren started dancing at just 3 years old. When she began participating in musical theater, her love for singing and acting followed. So far, she has starred in 9 productions at Diamond Head Theatre.

PAGEANT LIFE... Miss Hawaii Teen USA was the very first pageant Lauren had ever entered. Winning the title has enabled her to unite two of her passions — modeling and community service — since her public appearances often involve volunteer work at charities, such as Next Step Shelter. 18

Lauren is currently applying to colleges in New York and California to study performing arts because her dream is to become an actress. She credits having the confidence to do what she does now after overcoming and accepting the possibility of rejection as a natural part of the process. Her motto is, “you never know unless you try.”

FUN FACT... Her sister, Kathryn Teruya, is also a Miss Hawaii Teen USA pageant winner, claiming the title in 2012.


Lauren Teruya

Miss Hawaii Teen USA 2017


Beauty Items

Origins

High Potency Night-A-Mins is a powerful blend of skin refiners and plant-based oils proven to smooth, soften, and nourish while you sleep ($43).

Sephora

O!Mega Lash Volumizing Mascara by Marc Jacobs Beauty delivers highdrama, full body lashes in these new tinted shades ($26 each).

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Origins

Take control of your skincare routine by mixing and measuring your own RitualiTea Powder Face Mask for a customized rejuvenation experience ($36).


Beauty Items

M • A • C Cosmetics

Say goodbye to dry, chapped skin with M·A·C Lip Scrubtious, a gentle sugar-based exfoliator that leaves lips feeling silky smooth ($16).

La Mer Neiman Marcus

Gently sweep La Mer’s Revitalizing Hydrating Serum twice a day to awaken vitality, soften facial lines, and hydrate the skin for a visibly youthful complexion.

Jo Malone London Neiman Marcus

Made with the rich sap of the Namibian myrrh tree and a kiss of vanilla for sweetness, Jo Malone London's Myrrh and Tonka scent is wonderfully warm and deeply sensual.

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Trendr t Repo

2017 Spring

Spring Break Ready We’ve rounded up the top fashion trends of the season to help you shed that winter coat and start feeling fab for the warmer weather. Choose your favorites or embrace them all; whichever you decide, you'll be a fashion icon all your own.

Flower Power

Nothing captures the whimsical spirit of spring quite like florals. The print's transformative nature makes

it a staple that never goes out of style as an endless

stream of patterns and colorways are unveiled year

after year.

⬅ REDValentino / Spring & Summer ’17 Collection / $795

new

INTERMIX /

Phillip Lim Floral Long Sleeve Cold Shoulder Top / $595

Classy Cut Outs A little cut out here and there adds a new dimension of chic

to any outfit. Skin is definitely IN, so don’t be afraid to show

some off!

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Hello Sunshine

Yellow shouts happy, cheerful, and optimistic – which looks

great on everyone! Try pairing a cute clutch with your ensemble for some much-needed brightness.

Celine / Solo Large Clutch Pouch / $890 ➡

A Splash of Rosé

Who isn’t pretty in pink? With so many shades to

choose from, it’s all too easy to incorporate this color into your everyday style.

⬅ Tory Burch / Meryl Caftan / $995

Stripes of All Sizes

Whether you like to keep it clean and simple or

bright and bold, stripes are another versatile trend

that isn’t going anywhere anytime soon.

Michael Kors / Striped Peplum Top / $88 ➡

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Spring Bags

Cat's Out Of The Bag TORY BURCH Navy TB Block-T Satchel with Neckerchief

MIU MIU Spring & Summer ’17 Collection

CELINE Oversized Twisted Cabas

ANTEPRIMA WIREBAG Latte Metallico 10th Anniversary Hawaii Bag

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T hough fashion tastes may change, deviate, and conflict, there’s one thing that most of us will agree on:

you can never have too many purses. More than an accessory, handbags are a staple. As a key component in everyday life, the outside of one's purse has the potential to tell you just as much about a person as what's being carried inside of it. From the stylishly functional to the head-turning statement pieces, here’s a comprehensive guide to the bags generating the most buzz this spring. No outfit is truly complete without one, so which will you rock?

DIOR Small Studded Lady Dior LOUIS VUITTON City Steamer CityLights

LOUIS VUITTON Chain IT PM in Monogram

KATE SPADE NEW YORK Large Pom Marketa Tote

COACH Electric Blue with Patches

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The ALLSAINTS Mode Merino Open Cardigan (left) and Trias Crew Sweater (right) are our top outerwear picks for those who want to be comfortable yet sophisticated.

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Diesel’s latest collection ensures that each piece has its own story to tell especially through edgy design elements like those seen in the fashionably faded J-HOLZ Jacket, vibrant S-Willie patterned shirt, and distressed Thommer Jeans.

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Michael Kors has managed to create a watch to match every mood. Added to their lineup includes this black carbon fiber timepiece housed by a navy IP case and bracelet (left) as well as the Bradshaw’s sleek new rose gold tone (right).

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Traveling has never been more convenient with the Limbo Business Multiwheel, a vital part of any work trip thanks to RIMOWA’s Electronic Tag technology which allows you to check in luggage hassle-free via smartphone.

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Tiffany CT60® 3-Hand

A quintessence of Tiffany Craftsmanship and design, this iteration of the CT60 is made of stainless steel and features an ice blue dial set with a halo of brilliant round-cut diamonds on a gray alligator strap – an excellent choice for those who mean business.

Tiffany East West® Mini 2-Hand

A flawlessly constructed timepiece with a modern twist thanks to its sideways dial and interchangeable single and double calf straps.

La Mini D de Dior Satine

Its Milanese mesh bracelet imitates a supple silk ribbon on your skin, combining a hint of softness with signature Dior design.

PERFECT

Tory Burch Double T Link

This classy, geometric design suits any outfit effortlessly, making it the go-to timepiece for every occasion.

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Folli Follie Retro Square

A nod to the Roaring Twenties with its classic square shape, pink leather strap, and stainless steel rose gold roman numerals.

Folli Follie Lady Bubble

A glimpse of the future with its rounded face, shiny rose gold details, gray leather strap, and overall contemporary feel.


Longines Symphonette

Characterized by delicate oval-shaped cases, slender bracelets, and a variety of dials,

which come together in harmonious arrangement to create an impeccable adornment for

an impeccable woman. Available on an alligator strap (left) or stainless steel mesh (right).

TIMING

Harry Winston Premier Precious Butterfly

Iridescent powder is meticulously deposited on each dial by hand, resulting in exceptional

artwork and a timepiece that is truly one-of-a-kind. Available in 18k white gold with a burgundy satin strap (left) or 18k rose gold with a beige satin strap (right).

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Waikiki Luxury Shopping Map PREMIER SHOPPING

Luxury Row :: Tiffany & Co. / Coach / Saint Laurent Paris / Chanel / Gucci / Moncler / Miu Miu / Bottega Veneta / Hugo Boss

T Galleria by DFS :: Balenciaga / Burberry / Bulgari / Cartier / Céline / Chloé / Coach / Hermès / Loewe / Marc Jacobs / Michael Kors / Prada / Ralph Lauren / Salvatore Ferragamo / Swarovski / Tod's / Tory Burch / Van Cleef & Arpels

Swarovski / Prada / Max Mara Louis Vuitton / Dior

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Waikiki Shopping Memo

Quite a few luxury brand boutiques can be found along Kalakaua Avenue. It is about

ten minutes on foot from Luxury Row (near

Ala Moana) to the Duke Kahanamoku statue

at Waikiki Beach, with many hotels also

within walking distance. Most boutiques and

shopping centers stay open until 10 or 11 PM,

so you can enjoy shopping at any time of day.

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Kalakaua Ave. Moana Surfrider The Westin Resort & Spa

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Ala Moana Luxury Shopping Map PREMIER SHOPPING

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Ala Moana Shopping Memo

Luxury brand boutiques can be found on

the 2nd and 3rd floors of Ala Moana Center,

Hawaii’s largest shopping destination. High-

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and Nordstrom, also carry luxury brands and are available for your shopping pleasure.

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$10. Taxi stands at Ala Moana Center are located next to the mountain-side bus

terminal, near the 1st floor food court.

Rental Car – Either take Ala Wai Boulevard

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Moana Boulevard and you will reach the Ala Moana Center in about 10 minutes.

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Luxury Brand Ala Moana Center (P.38)

Neiman Marcus

PREMIER SHOPPING

Balenciaga

Bottega Veneta

ANTEPRIMA Wirebag Bally

Breitling

Burberry Bulgari

CH Carolina Herrera Cartier Céline

Chanel Chloé

Christian Louboutin

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Folli Follie

Damiani Dior

Fendi Furla

Gucci

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Harry Winston Hugo Boss 34

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International Market Place (P.47)

Waikele Premium Outlets

TGalleria by DFS

Luxury Row

Royal Hawaiian Center (P.51)

Bloomingdale’s

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Luxury Brand Ala Moana Center (P.38)

Neiman Marcus

PREMIER SHOPPING

Jimmy Choo

★ Men's

kate spade new york

Jo Malone London La Perla Loewe

Louis Vuitton

Michael Kors

★ Men's Sportwear

Moncler

Marc Jacobs Miu Miu Omega

Prada

Ralph Lauren

★ Opening Late 2016 ★

Rolex Boutique

Salvatore Ferragamo

Saint Laurent Paris Shinola

Swarovski

Tiffany & Co.

Ted Baker London Tod’s

★ Men's

★ Watches

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Versace

Tory Burch Trina Turk

Van Cleef & Arpels

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International Market Place (P.47)

Waikele Premium Outlets

TGalleria by DFS

Luxury Row

Royal Hawaiian Center (P.51)

Bloomingdale’s

List

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Enjoy complimentary live Hawaiian music on Mall Level 2 in the Mauka Wing from 2:30-3:30pm every Monday, Wednesday and Friday leading up to the seventh annual Mele Mei celebration.

Ala Moana Center

Ala Moana Center, the largest open-air

shopping center in the world, is home to

more than 340 establishments and attracts 48 million visitors every year. In addition to

its extensive collection of luxury boutiques, specialty shops, and over 80 casual and

fine dining options, it is anchored by four

major department stores: Bloomingdale’s,

Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom, and Macy’s. At the end of 2015, Ala Moana Center unveiled

Check out the newly opened Foodland Farms for fresh produce, snacks, and more

its newly expanded Ewa Wing, which intro-

duced 3 levels of renovated retail space and

an additional 1,000 parking stalls. With free, center-wide WiFi as well as a full calendar of daily performances, seasonal events,

promotions, and full-scale celebrations, Ala Moana Center is Hawaii’s most frequented

one-stop shopping destination. For details on stores, restaurants, and events, visit http://www.alamoanacenter.com.

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Enjoy a free hula show at Centerstage every day starting at 1:00pm


Ala Moana Center Art Walk “PUMPKIN” EWA WING, NEAR BLOOMINGDALE’S

“KIA‘I” EWA WING, NEAR NORDSTROM

“KE ALOHA O KA A_‘INA” EWA WING

“MEMORY CONTAINERS” DIAMOND HEAD WING, NEAR BULGARI

“MANU LEWANI” EWA WING, NEAR MONCLER

“UNTITLED” “WAIOLA” DIAMOND HEAD WING, NEAR ASSAGIO’S

DIAMOND HEAD WING, NEAR MACY’S

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Ala Moana Center | Spring Pieces

Folli Follie

Great for holding all of your essentials, the Heart4Heart handbag is clasped tight with the collection’s iconic golden four-leaf clover motif.

Dior

Whether you’re running errands or pulling up to your favorite brunch spot, Dior Calfskin Sandals are always a good choice.

kate spade new york

The wide-brimmed Madison Avenue Tassel Hat and ornate Pink Sand Rose Necklace are fun, flirty must-haves for frolicking in the sun.

RIMOWA

The lightweight yet reliable Limbo Crème White Beauty Case boasts multiple organizing compartments, making it the premier travel companion.

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Alex and Ani

Commemorate your trip to paradise with this exclusive

Aloha Bangle, created specifically for Hawaii. Each eco-friendly charm bracelet possesses a special meaning, so why not choose a few that reflect your best traits or favorite memories?

Tiffany & Co.

The Return to TiffanyÂŽ collection is a contemporary take on the iconic 1969 key ring, featuring refined day-to-night accessories such as the 18k Rose Gold Love Heart Tag Key Pendant and Mini Heart Earrings.

Michael Kors

Keep your memories safe and snug in this Walnut Scout Camera Bag, decorated with mini floral embellishments to fit the season.

Coach

Instantly add a personalized touch to your belongings by simply clipping on the Western Rivets Feather Bag Charm, which also doubles as a keyring.

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Ala Moana Center Map Taxi Service

TheBus

For assistance, please contact Guest Services: Phone 808.955.9517

From Waikiki: TheBus 8, 19, 20, 23, 24 or 42 From Honolulu International Airport: TheBus 19 or 20 From the North Shore: TheBus 55 (Honolulu– Ala Moana Center)

Taxi stands are located throughout Ala Moana Center on Street Level 1 and Level 3 parking deck. Please refer to this directory’s legend for transportation icons and specific locations.

TheBus offers public transportation to and from Ala Moana Center with bus stops on Kona Street and Ala Moana Boulevard.

Street Level 1 KONA STREET

ALA MOANA PLAZA

KONA STREET

Payless ShoeSource Eggs ’N Things

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Nijiya Market Taiyo Ramen

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Lani Beach by Mireille

Sera’s Surf ’N Shore

BRUG Hokkaido Bakery

McDonald’s

Escalator

Mall Information

Guest Services Sponsored by

Handicapped

Dining Within Anchor

Valet Parking

Elevator

Stairs

Centerstage

Shirokiya Stage

Telephone

Mailbox

Stroller Rental

Trolley

Taxi

Ala Moana Pink Line Shopping Trolley

Automated Teller Machines

Pepsi Machine

Clidlren’s Play Area

Curry House CoCo Ichibanya

Jollibee

SUBWAY

Thom’s Barber Shop

Saint-Germain Bakery

Restrooms

Bus Stop

Jeans Warehouse

ALDO Etc.

Territorial Savings Bank

Tricked Out Accessories

Tapestries by Hauoli

Hawaiian Island Creations

1A

North Shore Goodies

Ross Dress for Less (Coming Soon)

Pressed Juicery

Old Navy

JTB USA

Street Level Entrance to Bloomingdale’s

Legend

Saint-Germain Bakery

MAKAI MA FOOD CO Famous Footwear

Street Level Entrance to Bloomingdale’s

1B

EWA WING

Vintage Cave Café

PIIKO I STRE ET

FOODLAND FARMS

Vim N” Vigor Health & Fitness

U.S. Post Office

Street Level Entrance to Nordstrom

Al Phillips the Cleaner

Starbucks

To Mall Level 2

AT&T

WAIMANU STREET / PIIKOI RAMP


Pink Line Shopping Trolley

Pink Line Shopping Trolleys run between Ala Moana Center and Waikiki with daily service every 10 to 12 minutes. Trolley Depots are located on Ala Moana Boulevard (pick-up and drop-off). $2 fare each way.

KAPIOLANI BLVD MAHUKONA STREET

KEEAUMOKU STREET

The Vitamin Shoppe

1F

Saks OFF 5th (Coming Summer 2017)

ET

KONA STREET

Jack in the Box

Mall Management

Honolulu Satellite City Hall

DIAMOND HEAD WING

Assaggio

Champs Sports

Lady Foot Locker

Regis Salon

Lids Locker Room

1D

ABC Stores

True Friends See’s Candies

Goma Tei Ramen

Perfumania Lids LUSH Paniolo Trading Co.

Paris Miki California Wok American Savings Bank

MACY’S

The Cookie Corner

GNC

Flip Flop Workshop

PAPYRUS Jungle Fun Island Magnets

San Lorenzo Bikinis

E&K Jewelry

Honolulu Handbag Co.

1C

Hula Lehua

MAKAI MARKET 1G FOOD COURT

1E

Freaky Tiki Tropical Optical

Minamoto Kitchoan Swatch ABC Stores Island Vintage Coffee

Splash! Hawaii

Poke & Box

Homeo Health

Auntie Anne’s (Coming Soon) Dairy Queen Orange Julius

Curry House CoCo Ichibanya

Kona Abalone

Jollibee

SUBWAY

Big Island Candies

Alicante

Barnes & Noble Booksellers

AT&T Nature Republic

Ala Moana Golf Shop

Watumull’s

GRATiAE Chapel Hats The Body Shop Crocs sunglass hut

In4mation

NET Electronics

Island Sole `Auana Quilts

Hilo Hattie

Lupicia

Lani Beach by Mireille

BRUG Hokkaido Bakery

Jeans Warehouse

Sera’s Surf ’N Shore

TheBus Waikiki Bound: #8, 19 or 20

Cinnabon The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf K AT

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Pink Line Shopping Trolley Pick-Up/Drop-Off

ALA MOAN A BLVD

• Aja Sushi & Bento • Ala Moana Poi Bowl • Bangga Bangga • Blue Water Shrimp • Charley’s Grilled Subs • Cheeseburger Factory • Curry House CoCo Ichibanya • GRYLT • Häagen-Dazs

Makai Market Food Court

• Hibachi-San Japanese Restaurant • Honolulu Cookie Company • Honolulu Sushi • Island Crepes & Lemonade • Jamba Juice • Jollibee • Lahaina Chicken

• Little Café Siam • Mama’s Spaghetti House • Nagasaki Champon by Ringer Hut • Naniwa-ya Ramen • Panda Express • Panini Grill Sandwiches • Paradise Café

• Poke & Box • Sbarro • Señor Pepé • Steak & Fish Company • The Fat Greek • Yummy Korean BBQ • Zagu Original Crystal & Pearl Shakes

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Laline

Pierre Marcolini

AQUA BLU

Lorna Jane Active Living

BLOOMINGDALE’S

American Eagle Outfitters

Toys “R” Us Express

ALDO Shoes

Lids

Skechers

Gap

Gap Kids

Foot Locker

Valentino

M.A.C

Moncler

Miu Miu

Tesla Motors

Disney Store

2A

Aerie

Oakley

EWA WING

Morton’s The Steakhouse

Please use elevator for Morton’s The Steakhouse

Level 3 & Upper Level 4F

T-Mobile

EWA WING

Dolce&Gabbana

Damiani

Sephora

CH Carolina Herrera

Tod’s

Brunello Cucinelli

Victoria’s Secret

TUMI

Kiehl’s

L'Occitane

Na Hoku

Cynthia Rowley

Café Lani Hawaii

Rokkaku Hamakatsu

Iyo Udon

2B

Rip Curl

3B

Abercrombie & Fitch

BoxLunch

BLOOMINGDALE’S

Aloha Local Motion

3A

Tory Sport

bebe

Banana Republic

Folli Follie

Claire’s

Hot Topic

Loco Boutique

Hallmark

Island Slipper

T&C Surf Designs

Banana Republic

Longs Drugs

Ted Baker London

La Perla

Agent Provocateur

SwimSpot

Hermès St. John

Jamba Juice

ivivva

kate spade new york

BOSS Hugo Boss

Forever 21

Tempura Happy Ichidai Wahine Boutique

A e¯ sop

Brandy Melville

Island Vintage Shave Ice

sunglass hut

David Yurman

True Religion Brand Jeans

Kay Jewelers

Tory Burch

Escada

ma-lie

Ben Bridge Timeworks

Coach

lululemon

Rimowa

Planet Blue

The LEGO Store

Diesel

Ninja Sushi

The North Face

ALEX AND ANI

Park Lane Lounge

ZARA

Le Lotus Bleu

NORDSTROM ZARA

The Art of Shaving

NORDSTROM

Kids Foot Locker

Desigual Authorized Dealer

Gelato Bar

Ala Moana Center Map

Mall Level 2 To Pi`ikoi St. & Waimanu St.


Target (Coming Fall 2017)

PANDORA

2F

GUESS

Center Hours:Mon-Sat 9:30am-9:00pm, Sun 10:00am-7:00pm

Tommy Bahama Blue Hawaii Lifestyle

Crazy Shirts

1450 Ala Moana Boulevard, HI 96814

MA UK AW ING

Origins TEAVANA The Refinery Honolulu

Daniel Wellington

808.955.9517 | AlaMoanaCenter.com

Kahala

bareMinerals

Maui Divers Jewelry

Sugarfina LeSportsac

Reyn Spooner

REDValentino

Armani Exchange

Versace

Tori Richard

OMEGA

2D

MACY’S 3RD i

Sand People

Patisserie La Palme D’Or Samsonite

ONCÖUR

Apple

Kipling

Mani Pedi Spa

Nails L’Mour Martin & MacArthur

Samantha Thavasa

Microsoft

Bath & Body Works

MICHAEL KORS

Porsche Design

Cole Haan

Fendi Bulgari

SAINT LAURENT

Diane von Furstenberg

Gucci

Bally

Roberto Cavalli

Cartier

Longines

DIAMOND HEAD WING

Chanel Shoe Boutique

Balenciaga

CÉLINE

Valentino

M.A.C

Miu Miu

Salvatore Ferragamo

Rolex presented by Ben Bridge Jeweler

LOUIS VUITTON

Ben Bridge Jeweler

2C

Chanel

Burberry

Jimmy Choo

Dolce&Gabbana

Damiani

Sephora

CH Carolina Herrera

Bottega Veneta

Truffaux

Moncler

2E

Starbucks

Prada

Tod’s

Travelex Foreign Exchange

Brookstone

TIFFANY & CO.

Montblanc

Rokkaku Hamakatsu

Genki Sushi

Harry Winston

United Airlines

J.Crew-on-the-island

use

V

house

NEIMAN MARCUS

Target

Romano’s Macaroni Grill

(Coming Fall 2017)

Jade Dynasty Seafood Restaurant

3F

GEN Korean BBQ House

4

Islands Fine Burger & Drinks

Philip Rickard Factory Showroom

Brighton Collectibles sunglass hut

Bubba Gump Shrimp Co.

LensCrafters

California Pizza Kitchen

Janie and Jack

Hawaiian Quilt Collection

NG

MA UK A

WI

Gymboree Lucky Brand Jeans

Tanaka of Tokyo

Vera Bradley

Beyond Bare Waxing & Salon Beautique

Mai Tai Bar

Express White House Black Market

Williams-Sonoma

Ann Taylor

Charlotte Russe

Zumiez

Rix Island Wear

American Eagle Outfitters

ALDO Shoes

Toys “R” Us Express

Clarks American Apparel

Shoe Palace

abercrombie

Vans

Journeys

Animation Magic

3E MACY’S

DIAMOND HEAD WING

Aloha Gelato

ALLSAINTS

Hollister Co.

LOUIS VUITTON

PacSun

THE WALKING COMPANY

3C

Honolulu Coffee Co.

Fossil

Godiva Chocolatier

Honolulu Coffee Co.

Skechers

Gap

Gap Kids

Anthropologie

Emporio Armani

Lacoste Swarovski

Upper Level 4 Ho`okipa Terrace

Ho`¯ala Salon & Spa–Aveda

NEIMAN MARCUS

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A Waikı¯kı¯ icon is back. International Market Place has been a storied landmark in Waikı¯kı¯ for generations. Today, this iconic destination has been re-imagined as an open-air shopping and dining experience unlike any other in Hawai‘i with Saks Fifth Avenue, over

OVER 50 RETAIL STORES INCLUDING: Saks Fifth Avenue Anthropologie Christian Louboutin Fabletics Free People

50 retail stores and a Grand La¯nai

Hollister

featuring extraordinary

Jo Malone

chef-driven restaurants.

MAC Michael Kors Oliver Peoples Shinola Trina Turk

GRAND LA¯ NAI RESTAURANTS Baku (opening Spring 2017)

Eating House 1849 by Chef Roy Yamaguchi Flour & Barley Goma Tei Herringbone (opening Spring 2017)

Kona Grill STRIPSTEAK by Chef Michael Mina Yauatcha

For a list of stores and restaurants and to learn more about our storied history, visit ShopInternationalMarketPlace.com. /IntlMktPlace |

/@IntlMktPlace |

/International Market Place | Kala¯kaua Ave nue


International Market Place

Shinola

Shinola proudly constructs multipurpose leather goods that are built to last, such as the spacious Relaxed Hobo bag with a detachable key fob (left) and the flagship Runwell Backpack with its padded laptop compartment (right).

Christian Louboutin

Strut your stuff all day long in the Donata Flat, a comfy lace up sandal flaunting festive colors, dazzling studs and Louboutin’s signature red-lacquered soles.

Catimini Paris

For your mini me, the Pop Imaginary Garden Dress is another ethereal-shaped dress with a darling ruffle trim in a bright floral print.

Trina Turk

Airy, free-flowing and floral, the Bluebell dress’ multiple shades make it easy to match with countless other accessories available at Trina Turk.

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5 HIGHLIGHTS OF THE NEW INTERNATIONAL MARKET PLACE

Hawai‘i is excited to unveil the newly reimagined International Market Place, now open on Kalākaua Avenue in the heart of Waikīkī. Anchored by New York department store Saks Fifth Avenue, this

charming open air space offers an impressive collection of retailers and restaurants to choose from. While the previous International Market Place was known as a lively plaza lined with small shops, it

has been reborn into a unique shopping destination with an air of luxury and elegance for all to enjoy. Here are the highlights of the new International Market Place.

1) Hawai‘i’s most exciting new stores Shop to your heart’s content at approximately 75

trendy retailers, many of which are the first brick-

and-mortar of its kind in Hawai‘i. The most highly anticipated openings include Anthropologie, Christian Louboutin, Free People, Hollister,

INTERMIX, Jo Malone London, Michael Kors,

Oliver Peoples, Shinola, Trina Turk, Yogasmoga,

and of course the anchor store, Saks Fifth Avenue.

2) The 150-year-old banyan tree and flowing water features The Banyan tree’s iconic presence dates back long before the International Market Place. Therefore,

developers took the necessary measures to protect the tree during construction, allowing its ancient

branches to continue spreading far and wide over

the new shopping center. Together with its cascading rain curtain, streams, and Hawaiian healing garden, International Market Place creates an atmosphere that honors the rich landscape of Hawai‘i. Take a

break at one of the many benches throughout the Market Place and relax in this serene space. 48


3) Lessons about the history and culture of Waikīkī Situated among the banyan tree’s branches is

a historical exhibit about International Market

Place’s original founder, Don the Beachcomber,

which is built to resemble the very treehouse he once lived in. Additionally, if guests wish to gain an even deeper understanding of the unique history and culture of Waikīkī, there are 25

informative plates scattered around the Market

Place featuring a QR code that you can scan with your mobile phone for an interactive cultural experience! Can you find them all?

4) A collection of gourmet eateries on the Grand Lānai

The entire top floor, called the Grand Lānai, is devoted to gourmet dining. Whether you’re craving the culinary stylings of a Michelin-starred restaurant or the authenticity of a meal expertly crafted with locally sourced ingredients, guests can enjoy delicious food in a chic indoor setting or out on the terrace.

The Grand Lānai’s lineup includes eight restaurants: Baku (Spring 2017), Eating House 1849 by Roy Yamaguchi, Flour & Barley, Goma Tei Ramen, Herringbone (Spring 2017), Kona Grill, STRIPSTEAK by Michael Mina, and Yauatcha (February 2017).

5) The sunset ceremony and evening entertainment

Locals and tourists alike gather to watch as the Lamakū Torch Tower is ceremoniously lit ablaze every day after sun down. Its burning flame signifies the start of an evening filled with Hawaiian and Polynesian song and dance performances taking place in the Queen’s Court. In honor of the beloved Queen Emma, the free evening show introduces the stories, traditions, and culture of International Market Place.

Everyday 10AM - 10PM

2330 Kalakaua Avenue Honolulu, HI 96815 | (808) 931-6105 | ShopInternationalMarketPlace.com MY HAWAII-PACIFIC JOURNEY - 49


Apple Store Cartier Fendi Forever 21 Harry Winston Hermès Jimmy Choo kate spade new york Loro Piana Omega Boutique Rolex Boutique Salvatore Ferragamo Tory Burch Tourneau Valentino partial listing

find the center of paradise

110 Distinctive Stores 30 Unique Dining Destinations One Unforgettable Experience

Open Daily 10am –10pm Kalākaua Avenue and Seaside Waikīkī 808.922.2299 RoyalHawaiianCenter.com FREE WIFI


Located on Kalakaua Avenue, the Royal Hawaiian

Center is Waikiki’s largest shopping center. There are more than 100 shops and restaurants lining its open air floors, including high-class boutiques, popular

brand name stores, unique Hawaiian shops, and so on. Catch a free concert or hula lesson at the Royal

Grove, a gathering place overflowing with greenery. Address: 2201 Kalakaua Ave. Phone: 808.922.2299

Hours of Operation: 10:00 AM – 10:00 PM (May vary according to store.)

Royal Hawaiian Center

Open 365 days www.RoyalHawaiianCenter.com

ANTEPRIMA Wirebag

Introducing the latest Wirebag exclusives, released in celebration of 10 years at the Royal Hawaiian Center: the roomy Standard Argento (top) and the square-shaped Glitter Miscuglio, adorned with little Hawaiian motifs (bottom).

Rolex

Cellini Date 18 CT White Gold: Driven by Rolex’s selfwinding mechanical movement, the new Cellini Date model features a blue dial and matching strap. ROLEX Boutique Kaimana Kea Bldg. C, 1st Floor 808.971.2986

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Complimentary Cultural Programming

Royal Hawaiian Center offers numerous cultural events and live entertainment to enhance your

Hawaii experience. Enjoy lessons in lei-making, Hawaiian quilts, hula dance, and ukulele every day

Mon

Hula Lesson 10:00am–11:00am The Royal Grove Lomilomi Hawaiian Massage 11:00am–12:00pm Building B, Level 3 Lei Making Class 1:00pm–2:00pm Building B, Level 3

Tue

Hawaiian Quilt Lesson 9:30am–12:00pm Building B, Level 2, Paina Lanai Food Court Hula Lesson 10:00am–11:00am The Royal Grove Ukulele Lesson 12:00pm–1:00pm Building B, Level 1, Helumoa Hale Lauhala Weaving Class 1:00pm–2:00pm Building B, Level 3 Hawaiian Entertainment 6:00pm–7:00pm The Royal Grove “Rock-A-Hula” Mini Show 7:00pm The Royal Grove

Wed

Polynesian Cultural Center Performance 11:00am–12:00pm The Royal Grove

Thur

Polynesian Cultural Center Performance 11:00am–12:00pm The Royal Grove

Lomilomi Ukulele Lesson Hawaiian Massage 12:00pm–1:00pm 11:00am–12:00pm Building B, Level 1, Building B, Level 3 Helumoa Hale Ho‘okani Pila 12:00am–1:00pm The Royal Grove Lauhala Weaving Class 1:00pm–2:00pm Building B, Level 3 Hula Lesson 4:00pm–5:00pm The Royal Grove Hawaiian Entertainment 6:00pm–7:00pm The Royal Grove

Lauhala Weaving Class 1:00pm–2:00pm Building B, Level 3 Hawaiian Entertainment 6:00pm–7:00pm The Royal Grove

from Monday to Saturday.

Fri

Sat

Hula Lesson 10:00am–11:00am The Royal Grove

Lei Making Class 1:00pm–2:00pm Building B, Level 3

Lomilomi Hawaiian Massage 11:00am–12:00pm Building B, Level 3

Hula Kahiko at Helumoa Saturday Series of Traditional Hula 6:00pm–6:30pm The Royal Grove

Ukulele Lesson 12:00pm–1:00pm Building B, Level 1, Helumoa Hale Lei Making Class 1:00pm–2:00pm Building B, Level 3

“Rock-A-Hula” Mini Show 7:00pm The Royal Grove

Hawaiian Entertainment 6:00pm–7:00pm The Royal Grove

“Rock-A-Hula” Mini Show 7:00pm The Royal Grove

Schedule and venues are subject to change. For details, please contact guest services (808.922.2299). http://www.royalhawaiiancenter.com/info/culturalprogramming


Luxury Pieces | Royal Hawaiian Center

Harry Winston

Mimic the beauty of nature with this Platinum Lily Cluster Cuff Bracelet and Necklace, forged by an exquisite interlacing of diamond petals. The Rubellite Pear Shape Drop Earrings complements this set perfectly, pulling it all together with a refreshing pop of brilliance.

Valentino

Warmer days equal more adventures and what better way to explore the city than with the Garavani Blue Rockstud Spike Bag and Velvet Flat Sandals.

Fendi

Playful spirits will love the Calf Leather Kan-I purse for its embroidered bow detailing and pastel-colored accents, available in both regular and mini size. MY HAWAII-PACIFIC JOURNEY - 53


LEVEL 1

LEVEL 2 Lewers St .

Island Fine Jewelry Sunglass Hut

B1Cart: - Ageless Future - Hokuya - SoHo

Bridge

The Royal Grove

Kate Spade

Malie Kai Chocolates

Roy al H Allure Swimwear awa iian Hot Love Renaissance el

Rolex Boutique Fendi

To Waikiki Beach

Apple Store

Omega Boutique

Jimmy Choo Forever 21 The Cheesecake Factory Waikiki Beach Café

Public Beach Access

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Mahaloha Burgers

B1 Kiosk: - Island Vintage Shave Ice -“Rock-A-Hula”Legend Waikiki Royal Hawaiian Theater Box Office

Nalu Storage

Harry Winston

Tory Burch

Kate Spade

Seaside Ave.

Island Vintage Coffee Island Vintage Organic & Natural

Loro Piana Valentino

Subway

Champion’s Steak & Seafood

Tourneau

Hawaiian Island Arts

Simply Wood Studios

Panda Express

*Tito Ernie’s

Tory Burch

Tricked Out Accessories

Sbarro

Uncle Tetsu Japanese Cheesecake

Koi Honolulu

Forever Flawless

Maui Tacos

Salvatore Ferragamo Harry Winston

Koa Nani

Hermès

Ezogiku

Furla

Pink Sand

Pearl’s Korean BBQ

Kulu Kulu Honolulu

Fighting Eel

Kobe Jewelry

Helumoa Hale & Guest Services

H Co on ok olu ie lu

LeSportsac

Sunglass Hut

Crazy Shirts

Anteprima Wirebag

i She rato n Wai kik

Il Lupino Tratorria & Wine Bar

Island Slipper

Royal Hawaiian Ave.

ABC Store

Harley-Davidson Waikiki

Spark

Hermès

Calypso St. Barth

Island Soap & Candle Works Royal Hawaiian Quilt

Lani Beach by Mireille

A1 Cart: - Komang Jewelry - Lu Koa Collection

Letarte

*Dean & Deluca

Silver Lanis The Walking Company

Cartier

Salvatore Ferragamo

Zumiez

Face Studio & Salon

P.F. Chang’s Waikiki

Bob’s Ukulele

Aunty Bella’s Lei Stand

Curry Café

Gaga Milano

Lanai Transit Hawaii

Kalakaua Ave.

Don Ho St .

To Waikiki Beach

P.F. Chang’s Waikiki

Pho Factory

Starbucks

Lole Hawaii Aloha Wear Beach Cabana

Tourneau Loro Piana

Valentino

Fendi

C1 Cart: - Iolana Design - Clearlight Jewelry

Honolulu Home Collection Omega Boutique

C1 Kiosk: - Disney Vacation Club - Hilton Grand Vacations - Polynesian Cultural Center - Pick A Pearl

Forever 21


LEVEL 3

Royal Hawaiian Boutique

LEVEL 4

Royal Hawaiian Golf Shop

Island Fashions Ranger Sports Western Classics

Laki Hawaiian Designs

Pineapple Princess Lingerie

Leather Soul *Tim Ho Wan

H.I.S.

Olivia Hawaiian Jewelry

Restaurant Suntory

“Rock-A-Hula” Legends Waikiki Royal Hawaiian Theater

“Rock-A-Hula” Legends Waikiki Royal Hawaiian Theater Box Office

Doraku Sushi

Wolfgang’s Steakhouse

Spa Royal Hawaiian

Disney Vacation Club Showroom

Noi Thai Cuisine Beijing Chinese Seafood

Building A

Restrooms

Building B

This is a Smoke-free Center

Building C

Customer Service

Coming Soon

Lei Stand

Evelator Escalator

Parking Garage

Automated Teller Machine

For more information, please visit www.royalhawaiiancenter.com/directory/add Forever 21

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An all-in-one entertainment plaza conveniently

located in the heart of Waikiki, packed with an array

of high-class timeshares, hotels, shops, restaurants, and bars for visitors and locals alike. This vibrant district also hosts free Hawaiian music concerts.

Waikiki Beach Walk

Address: 226 Lewers St. Phone: 808.931.3591

Hours of Operation: 10:00 AM – 10:00 PM (May vary according to shop.)

Open 365 days www.WaikikiBeachWalk.com

Candy Bar Hawaii

This unique sugar spot hosts an international assortment of sweets from countries like

Spain, Holland, Australia and Canada as well as candies made here in Hawaii. These gourmet

confectionaries make great souvenirs, either to indulge in later or as a gift to someone else. All it takes is a treat from Candy Bar Hawaii to make your stay just a little sweeter.

Sunshine Sportwear

Home to over 48 brands of bathing suits, board shorts, rash guards, cover-ups, sun hats, totes

and flip flops, Sunshine Swimwear is Waikiki’s one-stop shop for beach essentials. Swimsuit sizes range from XS to XXXL and come in an array of tropical patterns, many of which are produced

locally. You’ll find everything you need to enjoy an unforgettable day under the Hawaiian sun. 56


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Waikiki Beach Walk

Popits

Popits are a cute, comfortable and absolutely charming way to spice up your footwear daily. Instead of digging through

your closet for the right shoe, simply “design” a sandal that

matches your outfit, mood or event with its full line of colorful, lightweight styles and over 300 interchangeable charms.

Lik Waikiki

new

Best known for his pristine landscape photography and philanthropic efforts, Peter Lik takes you on a journey to the most awe-inspiring places on Earth. As fifty flawless photographs line the walls of LIK WAIKIKI, it's no surprise that Hawaii made it on the list of destinations he has visited time and time again over the past 35 years. From compelling volcanic eruptions to luscious greenery, each image tells a story of the islands through its tranquil yet stunning beauty. For his latest masterwork, Hawaiian Impressions (above), Lik has partnered with Friends of Hawaii Charities by contributing a portion of the photo’s proceeds toward programs that serve Hawaii’s women, children, youth, and impoverished.

Blue Ginger

Slip into vacation mode by sporting the exotic Batik prints found at Blue Ginger, a favorite

in Hawaii for the past 30 years. Its vivid hues and distinctive patterns come in a variety of

sundresses, aloha shirts, and kids clothing for the whole family to enjoy. 58


Market on the Plaza

Every Thursday from 4:00 to 8:00 PM, Waikiki Beach Walk presents “Market on the Plaza,” a local farmers’ market featuring gourmet items, seasonal Hawaiian fruits and vegetables, freshly squeezed juice, coffee, chocolate sourced from local Hawaiian cacao, freshly baked sweets, Hawaiian salt and other seasonings, roasted macadamia nuts, poke, laulau, kalua pork bowls, goat cheese, salsa, and more. Location: Lewers Street (Between Kalakaua Avenue and Kalia Road) / Every Thursday 4:00 – 8:00 PM

Waikiki Beach Walk Map Casual Dining Candy Bar Hawaii Beachwalk Cafe Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf Honolulu Cookie Company Subway Apparel & Shoes Blue Ginger Kai Luxe Kahala Sportwear Crazy Shirts HiLife Island Sole

13 21 7 11 11 15 15 12 5 6 14

Island Sole Mates Mahina Malibu Shirts Noa Noa Oasis Lifestyle Pull-In Quiksilver Sunshine Swimwear

2 13 7 9 16 5 2 10

Gift / Art / Specialty ABC Store The Ukulele Store AirBuggy Beach Walk

3 12 10

Aloha Lovely Nails Coco Cove Hawaiian Quilt Collection Peter Lik Gallery Shiatsu & Massage Center Signature Gallery Under the Koa Tree Wyland Galleries

King Jewelry Maui Divers Jewelry Na Hoku PopitsHawaii Truffauz

2 18 8 8 4 9 3 10

Jewelery & Accessories Freaky Tiki Tropical Optical

Convenience & Services ABC Store First Hawaiian Bank

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17

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7

Level 2

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13

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2

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Amenity ATM

Elevator

Escalator

Restroom Phone

Valet Parking 10

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Embassy Suites Aloha Tower 16 15 14

Helumoa Rd.

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Hawaii Tours

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Embassy Suites Hula Tower

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Restaurant Cheeseburger Beachwalk Giovanni Pastrami Kaiwa Waikiki Roy's Waikiki Ruth's Chris Steak House Taormina Sicilian Cuisine Yard House

* Map as of 10/2016

To Waikiki Beach

Beach Walk

9 4 6 3 14

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Koko Marina Center Enjoy a waterfront shopping and dining experience in the cool marina breeze

Apparel, Special Gifts, and Local Restaurants

Koko Marina Center is nestled in an upscale residential area of East Oahu, only 20 minutes away from Waikiki. In addition to its movie theater and unique collection of apparel shops, visitors can sign up for exciting water activities, such as jet skiing and parasailing. Other points of interest include Bubbies, known for its premium mochi ice cream, as well as Assaggio Italian cuisine and Zippy’s, a local family favorite restaurant. Located near Hanauma Bay, this is a great place to stop by before or after driving along the Oahu coastline.

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H1 Waikiki Diamond Head

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Koko Marina Center

Makapu‘u Lookout

Sandy Beach Park

Koko Crater

Hanauma Bay

Information Koko Marina Center

7192 Kalaniana‘ole Highway, Honolulu, Hawaii 96825 9:00 AM – 9:00 PM

*Hours vary by store. 808.395.4737

http://www.kokomarinacenter.com


opping Entertainment & Sh

New

Sophie’s Gourmet Hawaiian Pizzeria

Relax with pizza and cold Hawaiian craft beers you can't find anywhere else

Activity

The popular Moena Café, serving loco moco, eggs benedict, and pancakes

Event

Access

www.kokomarinacenter.com/

By rental car Head east on the H1 Freeway and continue straight onto Route 72 towards Hawaii Kai. Koko Marina Center will be on the left-hand side at the intersection of Kalaniana‘ole Highway and Lunalilo Home Road, just before the bay. Approximately 20 minutes.

Please visit

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for a list of exciting events and entertainment.

From Waikiki

By TheBus Take Bus No. 22 from Kuhio Avenue and exit at the Koko Marina Center stop. Approximately 30 minutes.

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Kailua Beach Center 130 Kailua Rd. Kailua, HI 96734 808.263.6339 www.islandsnow.com Mon–Thur 10am–6pm / Fri–Sun 10am–7pm

Island Snow

Founded more than 30 years ago in 1979, this iconic specialty shop has become an integral part of Kailua’s flourishing history. Its owner envisioned a gathering place for friends and

family alike, leading to the shop’s unique offering

of both Island Snow’s original brand clothing and signature shave ice. Today, Island Snow operates two locations and carries everything from

coveted brands such as Stussy, Herschel, Vissla,

and Patagonia to local favorites like Hilife, Kailua Boys, Reyn Spooner and more.

Now open on the second floor of Island Snow within Kailua Shopping Center, Stussy Hawaii is one of only four flagship stores in the United States. Originally started by board shaper, Shawn Stussy, today it boasts an unshakeable reputation as one of the most sought-after streetwear brands. Here you can find the latest season of T-shirts, hats, and accessories emblazoned with the iconic Stussy logos as well as extremely limited edition products available exclusively in this Hawaii flagship store. Don’t miss out!

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Kailua Shopping Center 600 Kailua Rd. Suite111 Kailua, HI 96734 808.261.2900 Sun–Thur 10am–7pm / Fri–Sat 10am–8pm


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The History of the Aloha Shirt Painted with dynamic colors and tropical patterns, nothing says “Hawaii” quite like the Aloha shirt. Although its Polynesian motifs and simple, colorful designs were inspired by the Tahitian pareo, its history is also rich with Japanese influence since many tailor shops in downtown Honolulu were owned by Asian immigrants in the 1920s and 30s. During this time, silk and cotton Aloha shirts featuring Japanese prints became wildly popular thanks to Chinese-American merchant Ellery Chun, who registered the trademark for the term “Aloha shirt” in 1937. After World War II, business attire in Hawaii shifted from European-style jackets and ties to open-collared shirts, which were more suitable for the warm Hawaiian climate. The 1950s became known as the Golden Age of Aloha shirts, where more complex patterns made of rayon entered production full-swing. The shirts from this era are still highly coveted by collectors to this day. In the 1960s, Aloha shirts gained acceptance as typical summer business attire. Around this time, veteran brand “Reyn Spooner” began creating button-down Aloha shirts with a tailored inner lining, which ultimately became the standard for Hawaii businessmen. In the 1970s, it was trendy to find vintage Aloha shirts from the 50s in secondhand clothing stores and by the 1980s, Aloha shirts captured international interest when designers, such as Yves Saint Laurent, began incorporating Hawaiian prints into their luxury fashion lines. Expensive brand name Aloha shirts emerged in the 1990s, making it Hawaii’s signature look. The Aloha shirt is now widely appreciated as a symbol of the Aloha spirit, as it was created in tandem with the multicultural evolution of the Hawaiian Islands.


[ Resort Wear - Spring 2017 ]

Reyn Spooner Run straight from the office to pau hana drinks in the Walea button up, a classic aloha shirt with thoughtful tailoring for a dapper, wrinkle-free look.

Blue Ginger The Tunnel Dress is a Blue Ginger bestseller, featuring a drawstring waist for a customized fit.

Island Slipper Treat your feet to Island Slipper’s new Stars and Studs collection, always handmade with comfort in mind for a whole day’s worth of island adventures.

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Keliki Go from sunrise to sunset in the Keliki Fringe Kimono, a versatile cover up for whether you’re hitting the beach or dancing the night away.


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Automatic Koa Watches We make the best wood watches with special Koa wood from Hawaii. We use a high quality self-winding movement that needs no batteries. The see-through face lets you look at the motion of the watch. Sapphire crystal never scratches. In gold and silver faces. ($1950)

14K Royal Palm with Diamond

Royal Palm Tree pendant with Diamonds and 14K Gold. Perfect symbol of Hawaii. Made in Maui. (From $485)

Koa iPhone Covers All new Koa cover for iPhone 7 and 7 Plus ($155 each). The only iPhone cover made with Hawaii Koa wood. Special cover protects your phone screen. Everyone will admire your beautiful Koa cover. Also available for the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus.

Hawaii Aromatic Fragrances All NEW Hawaiian home fragrances made with essential oils of Hawaiian flowers like Plumeria, Pikake and Lehua. Reed diffusers, room sprays, candles. (From $39)

Innovative design and style. Made with Hawaii Koa wood.


Italian Leather Handbag Limited edition handbags made in America using Italian leather. All your friends will admire the high style of this bag and wish they had it. Many other limited edition styles. ($645)

Koa-Tungsten Rings All New Koa rings made with 14K Gold and Tungsten. Beautiful Koa wood grain. Seven styles for men and women. Perfect for weddings, friendship and love. Perfect memory of beautiful Hawaii. (From $199)

Yellow Gold Barefoot Diamond Pendant Solid 14K gold pendant with diamond toes. Rather than wear slippers in Hawaii, everyone goes barefoot. Designed in Maui by artist Mikel. Only at our stores. ($682)

Big Island Koa Wood Watches Wood watches made with solid Koa wood. Beautiful silver and black faces. Carved from genuine Hawaii Koa wood. We have the only solid Koa wood watches. (From $579)

Shop List Ala Moana Center 808.941.0074 / Ward Center 808.591.1949 / Sheraton Waikiki 808.922.0021 / Hilton Hawaiian Village 808.792.1140 / Outrigger Reef 808.447.2797 / Moana Surfrider 808.380.5747 www.martinandmacarthur.com


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Conveniently located in the center of Waikiki, Keoni Collections is a fine jewelry store that specializes in island jewelry. We offer a wide variety of coral, Tahitian Black Pearl, South Sea Gold Pearl, and Peridot pieces, each hand crafted to perfection. We also feature jewelry created by our in house jewelry designer and 2016’s Hawaii Jewelers Association Designer of the Year, Dona Wong. Her award winning pieces, inspired by the beauty of our Hawaiian Islands, include Tropical Paradise©, Hidden Beauty©, and Lua Pele©. Visitors may stop by our newly opened retail store or visit our 4,000 square foot showroom located only five minutes away from Waikiki.

KEONI COLLECTION Main Showroom 2023 Young Street Honolulu, Hawaii 96826 (808) 947-1668 10am - 5pm Waikiki Location 358 Royal Hawaiian Ave. Suite 3 Honolulu, Hawaii 96815 (808) 922-1668 10am - 9:30pm

www.keonicollections.com


Souvenirs - Spring 2017

Big Island Candies

From shortbreads to chocolates to brownies, bring a little bit of Hawaii back home with you by picking up an assortment of mouthwatering treats by Big Island Candies ($8.25~25.50).

ABC Stores

Located on nearly every corner of Waikiki, the ABC Store is a convenient souvenir stop before heading to the airport. Popular gifts include the famously tasty North Shore Goodies Coconut Peanut Butter, assorted Kona Coffee or Kona Coffee Blends, and these aquatic Real Shells Key Rings.

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Photo Credit: Paul Zizka (IHVB)

d n a l s I !  a Bi w a Get Hop on a plane to the southernmost tip of the Hawaiian Archipelago and discover an island brimming with the subtle power of nature. Home to a multitude of the world’s various climate zones, its landscape encompasses everything from lava deserts and lush rainforests to snowcapped mountain tops. Take a look at our 3-day itinerary of must-see spots as you navigate the majestic beauty that is the Big Island.

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: Day 1 Hilo Hello

• Arrive bright and early to pick up the keys to your rental car.

• Dig into a specialty loco moco plate lunch from Cafe 100 followed by something sweet from the Big Island Candies headquarters.

Photo Credit: Tor Johnson (HTA)

• See the active Kīlauea volcano in action with a Crater Rim Drive around Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park.

• Catch a stunning sunset next to some Hawaiian Green Sea Turtles on the famous Punalu‘u Black Sand Beach. • Spend the evening unwinding in the nostalgic town of Hilo.

: Day 2 Kona Off to

Photo Credit: Tyler Schmitt (IHVB)

• Start the day off with a stop at Akaka Falls State Park, where two spectacular waterfalls plunge over 400 feet into the river below.

• Swing by the Waipio Valley Lookout for a breathtaking view of King Kamehameha I’s serene childhood home. • Make your way to Waimea and roam the green pastures of cowboy country by horseback, ATV, or zipline.

Photo Credit: Tyler Schmitt (IHVB)

• Continue on to the perpetually sunny Hāpuna Beach, rated one of the island’s finest beaches, for a quick dip.

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Photo Credit: Kirk Lee Aeder (IHVB)

• Fuel up for the drive back by touring a Kona coffee plantation, where some of the world's most flavorful coffee beans are harvested.

• End your fun-filled weekend standing atop the Earth’s tallest sea mountain at the Mauna Kea Observatory. • Head back to Hilo Airport and prepare for your next adventure!

Photo Credit: Big Island Visitors Bureau


MAUNA LOA macadamia nuts are dry roasted to golden perfection resulting in a superior product people have enjoyed for over 30 years.


From Hilo: South on Highway 11 for 5 miles, turn left on Macadamia Road

From Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park: North on Highway 11 for 20 miles, turn right on Macadamia Road

Come to our Visitor Center on the Big Island of Hawaii and enjoy free delicious samples and shop for an assortment of island treats and gifts including an exclusive selection of MAUNA LOA products. Then view how we create our delectable flavors of macadamia nuts at our factory. Enjoy the 3 mile drive through macadamia nut orchards as you approach our Visitor Center.

OPEN DAILY 8:30am to 5:00pm Factory typically does not operate on weekends or holidays.

(808) 966-8618 or (888) 628-6256 (toll free) www.maunaloa.com


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Souvenirs - Spring 2017

Honolulu Cookie Company

Made with the finest ingredients and Hawaiian flavors, these signature pineappleshaped shortbread cookies are packaged by hand to ensure freshness.

Neiman Marcus

If you love Hawaii, you certainly don’t want to miss out on these Neiman Marcus Honolulu exclusives: tropical Papabubble candies ($18), Hawaiian Handmade Marshmallows ($16), and original Gourmet Pancake Mix ($6).

Sugarfina

Enjoy our Hawaii 3 Piece Bento Box, which you can create with any 3 favorite Sugarfina sweet treats ($27). Now that tastes like a vacation! Ala Moana Center Diamond Head Wing, 2nd Floor (808) 427-9935 International Market Place Banyan Court, 1st Floor (808) 638-3231

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Hilton Hawaiian Village | Royal Hawaiian Avenue | Waikiki Beach Marriott Hyatt Regency Waikiki | Royal Hawaiian Center | Outrigger Waikiki Beach Resort International Market Place

MAUI Front Street | Whalers Village | The Shops at Wailea LAS VEGAS Grand Canal Shoppes at The Venetian | The Palazzo | The LINQ Promenade (Winter 2016) GUAM Micronesia Mall

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| @honolulucookie | 1-866-333-5800

Baked Fresh Daily in Honolulu Using the Finest Ingredients The pineapple shape of the cookie is a federally registered trademark of the Honolulu Cookie Company. December 2016 - February 2017. MyHawaii Readers ©2016 Honolulu Cookie Company. All Rights Reserved.


New Restaurant in Town

Yauatcha

Through trusted traditional techniques and contemporary twists of flavor, this Michelin-starred teahouse delivers a dynamic combination of dim sum, cocktails and European patisserie in a space artfully designed with Feng Shui principles top of mind. Yauatcha’s menu is broken down into authentic steamed, baked, grilled and pan-fried dim sum as well as hearty duck, fish and noodle dishes – all of which can be complemented with a drink from its eclectic Asianinspired cocktail program. For dessert, Yauatcha’s handmade petits gateaux, macarons and chocolate are notable favorites. Additionally, diners can enjoy sipping on an assortment of international teas including a hibiscus flower-infused Jade Oolong blend created exclusively for its Hawaii location. Other customized Waikiki menu items, such as the Scandinavian Scarlet cocktail and taro-flavored dim sum, are just a few innovative examples of how Yauatcha constantly strives to take everyday meals, social drinks and afternoon tea to the next level.

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INFO International Market Place 2330 Kalakaua Ave., Suite 326 808.739.9318 www.yauatcha.com/waikiki

Restaurant Sun – Wed 11:30am – 11:00pm Thur – Sat 11:30am – 11:30pm

Live Nightly DJ Entertainment Thur – Sun 6:00am – Late


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Herringbone Waikiki welcomes this new nautical eatery from the mind of Chef Brian Malarkey where “Fish Meats Field” – a melding of the freshest line-caught seafood and the highest-quality beef to create a coastal cuisine that highlights the best of both worlds.

With dreamy maritime décor reminiscent of a summer day spent relaxing on the shore, Herringbone fits seamlessly into the culinary scene of the Hawaiian Islands. But at the heart of its blueprint is the interactive, loungelike layout that encourages diners to connect with each other as much as they connect with the food. Serving everything from brunch to dinner alongside an extensive range of craft beers, savory wines and seasonal cocktails, a meeting among friends at Herringbone can easily become an all-day affair.

Disguised as an escape from reality, Herringbone is more than just a place to eat; it is a collection of culinary and social dining moments to be experienced.

INFO International Market Place Suite 316 2330 Kalakaua Ave. www.herringboneeats.com

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Premier Hotel Dining

The Signature Prime Steak and Seafood The Signature Prime Steak and Seafood's breathtaking panoramic view, sparkling crystal chandeliers, and live piano music make it one of the most romantic dining spots. Start the evening with a noteworthy appetizer

INFO Ala Moana Hotel, 36th Floor 410 Atkinson Dr. 808.949.3636 www.signatureprimesteak.com

or by sharing the Seafood Tower. Their main menu offers the finest entrees and side dishes, from perfectly aged steaks to succulent Maine Lobster and King Crab. Pair with a cocktail and don't forget to leave room for dessert. It is sure to be an evening you won't soon forget!

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Daily 4:30pm – 10:00pm Dinner 5:50pm – 9:30pm


Beachhouse at the Moana This tranquil oceanfront restaurant is nestled within the timeless white walls of Waikiki’s very first hotel, the Moana Surfrider. Through its Victorian-style architecture and dynamic island cuisine featuring the finest selection of steaks, seafood, and award winning wines, you’ll find yourself transported back in time to a classic Hawaiian era. It is, without a doubt, a legendary landmark with legendary flavor.

INFO Moana Surfrider, A Westin Resort & Spa 2365 Kalakaua Ave. 808.921.4600 (Reservation Hotline) www.beachhousewaikiki.com

Daily 5:30pm – 9:30pm

Azure Restaurant Indulge in an intimate dining experience surrounded by candles, plush banquettes, and a canopy of dramatic decor at this world-class gem along the Waikiki beachfront. Azure chefs handpick the freshest catch every morning further demonstrating that quality is their top priority. By artfully incorporating organic vegetables and other local ingredients, each dish truly embodies the expression of "farm to table." Choose between an aromatic herb roasting or an innovative tropical cuisine preparation, and then have your meal paired with the perfect wine.

INFO Royal Hawaiian Luxury Collection Resort 2259 Kalakaua Ave. 808.921.4600 www.royal-hawaiian.com/dining/azure

Daily 5:30pm – 9:30pm


RumFire

Home to the largest selection of rum in America, this bar and lounge is one of the hottest spots in Waikiki. Sip on true liquid aloha from their extensive menu of expertly crafted concoctions, ranging from the classic RumFire Signature Mai Tai to the daring Scorched Strawberry made with Hawaiian chili pepper water. Whether you’re craving wine, beer, or a fishbowl for two, you’ll never go thirsty here. Kick back and relax into the tropical Waikiki night with a cocktail by the beach, RumFire’s signature comfort food, and great company all around.a

INFO Sheraton Waikiki Hotel 2255 Kalakaua Ave. 808.922.4422 www.sheraton-waikiki.com/rumfire.html

Sun - Wed 11:30am – 11:30pm Thur - Sat 11:30am – 1:00am Happy Hour 3:00pm – 4:00pm

INFO Hawaii Prince Hotel 100 Holomoana St. 808.944.4494 www.100sails.com

100 Sails Restaurant & Bar Hawaii Prince Hotel Waikiki introduces its newest

Breakfast 6:00am – 10:30am Lunch 11:30am – 1:30pm Dinner 5:30pm – 9:30pm Sunday Brunch 10:00am – 1:00pm Happy Hour 2:30pm – 5:30pm & 8:00pm – 10:00pm

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dining concept, an enthralling fusion of their awardwinning buffet, a craft cocktail bar, and a robust à la carte menu that integrates ethnic cuisines from around the Hawaiian Islands. See below for some of the inventive, flavor-packed dishes and desserts that will have you going back for more.


Seoul Jung If you're craving authentic Korean cuisine, look no further. Seoul Jung, on the 2nd Floor of Waikiki Resort Hotel, offers some of the best dishes in Honolulu without an outrageous price tag. Thick, juicy marinated beef short ribs, simmering soft tofu soup, chilled buckwheat noodles swimming in spicy sauce – they have it all. Traditional yakiniku grills and set menu choices with all of the vegetable sides are also available to satisfy even the most seasoned Korean food connoisseurs.

INFO Waikiki Resort Hotel 2460 Koa Ave. 808.921.8620 www.waikikiresort.com/dining

Lunch 11:30am – 2:00pm Dinner 5:00pm – 9:30pm

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Hard Rock Cafe Since first opening in Honolulu

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Shimabukuro and Jack Johnson,

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Hard Rock Cafe offers a truly

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seating and the ocean wave

INFO 280 Beachwalk 808.955.7383 www.hardrock.com/cafes/honolulu

Restaurant Sun – Thurs 11:00am – 11:00pm Fri & Sat 11:00am – 12:00am

Bar Sun – Thurs 11:00am – 12:00am Fri & Sat 11:00am – 1:00am

Rock Shop Sun – Thurs 7:00am – 12:00am Fri & Sat 7:00am – 1:00am


Editor's Choice

Restaurant Suntory Like a hub for cuisine, Restaurant Suntory brings all of Japan’s eclectic dishes together under one roof. Whether you prefer teppanyaki on the grill, multifaceted kaiseki courses, crispy tempura, hot pot, fresh sushi or a traditional set meal, there is something here to satisfy every palate. Not many restaurants are able to offer such a dynamic range of dining experiences and hit each unique taste spot-on, but Restaurant Suntory pulls it off with inexplicable grace.

INFO Royal Hawaiian Center Building B - Lv.3 2233 Kalakaua Ave. 808.922.5511

Lunch Weekday 11:00am – 1:30pm Weekend 12:00pm – 2:00pm Dinner 5:30pm – 9:30pm MY HAWAII-PACIFIC JOURNEY - 91


Il Lupino Trattoria & Wine Bar

Moena Café

Breakfast surrounded by lush greenery Il Lupino’s substantial breakfast menu makes it a great place to indulge in the classics, such as Belgian waffles topped with fresh fruit, whipped cream, and maple syrup.

Dig into the best dishes at this popular café Located in the stylish town of Hawaii Kai, you’ll be hooked on the chewy texture of their strawberry milk-flavored pancakes and the savory notes of flavor from its pistachio topping.

8:00~22:30 2201 Kalakaua Ave. Tel: 808.922.3400 www.illupino.com

6:30~15:00 Koko Marina Shopping Center 7192 Kalanianaole Hwy, Suite D 101 Tel: 808.888.7716 www.moenacafe.com

Hawaii Swee�s

Goofy Cafe & Dine

Café Kaila

Tastes from a hidden gem You’ll have a happy heart and tummy with the large portion sizes of Goofy’s various breakfast sweets, such as the Big Island Honey French Toast and Berry Bowl.

A delicious full menu spread Enjoy fresh fruit piled on top of Café Kaila’s signature waffles, known for being perfectly crisp on the outside yet light and airy on the inside.

Breakfast 7:00~11:00 / Lunch & Cafe 11:00~16:00 Dinner 16:00~23:00 1831 Ala Moana Blvd., Suite 201 Tel: 808.943.0077 / www.goofy-honolulu.com

7:00~15:00 (Last Call 14:00) 2919 Kapiolani Blvd. Tel: 808.732.3330 www.cafe-kaila-hawaii.com

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Scratch Kitchen & Bake Shop

Bills Hawaii

Downtown’s hole-in-the-wall kitchen Discover a menu of items that are handmade from scratch, like the Milk & Cereal Pancakes and Strawberries n’ Cream Stuffed French Toast.

A moment of bliss with fluffy ricotta pancakes This casual dining spot from Australia happens to have some of the best pancakes in the world. Even Hollywood celebrities can’t get enough of the irresistibly fluffy merengue-like texture.

Wed~Mon 7:30~14:30 ※ Closed Tuesdays 1030 Smith St. Tel: 808.536.1669 www.scratch-hawaii.com

7:00~22:00 280 Beachwalk Ave Tel: 808.922.1500 www.billshawaii.com

Breakfas�

Sunny Days

Liliha Bakery

A winning café on Monsarrat Avenue Among all of the hip, trendy cafes on Monsarrat, Sunny Days is our favorite spot for healthy, delicious morning plates and pancakes.

Hawaii’s favorite coco puffs Liliha Bakery has been serving Hawaii for more than 60 years. Their most famous creation – the coco puff – is filled with chocolate cream and topped with a dollop of Chantilly.

8:00~20:00 3045 Monsarrat Ave. Tel: 808.799.0034 www.sunnydays-hanafru.com

Tues 6:00~ Sun 20:00 (Open 24 hrs)  Closed Mondays 515 N. Kuakini Street Tel: 808.531.1651 / www.lilihabakeryhawaii.com

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Waikiki Memo

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Waikiki Map

An easy way to navigate Waikiki is by identifying its major

roads. Kalakaua Avenue (running parallel to Waikiki Beach

towards Diamond Head) is Waikiki's primary shopping spot, lined with storefronts and bustling with people. On the

other hand, Kuhio Avenue can be thought of as the main

route for TheBus while the walkway along Ala Wai Canal is a great place for a stroll. Remember, there are many one-way streets within Waikiki so people with rental cars should be cautious while driving.

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How to Ride TheBus

Look for the yellow plates labeled “TheBus” along Kuhio Avenue, which is where many designated bus stops are. Bus numbers and destinations are displayed on the front of each bus. Kuhio Avenue (also running parallel to the beach, but inland) is a main route for TheBus, while the Ala Wai Canal, located a block away, is a great place for a stroll. If you need to transfer to another bus, just let the driver know at the time of boarding and he will gladly give you a transfer ticket. Transfer tickets are valid for up to two connections before the printed time at the top and must be presented to the bus driver. As your destination nears, pull the cord above the window and simply push on the hand-operated door as you are exiting. Fare: 1 Adult ticket $2.50, Children $1.25 (6 – 17 years old) Four-day unlimited bus passes ($35) and one-month commuter passes ($60) can be purchased at ABC Stores or at Satellite City Hall inside Ala Moana Center.

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Kapuni St.

Cleghorn St.

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Kaiulani Ave.

Kanekapolei St.

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Ohana Waikiki East

Sheraton Princess Kaiulani

Outrigger Waikiki Beach Resort

Super Market

Uluniu

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MAP

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Turtle Bay Resort Golf Club Sunset Beach

Waialua

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Waialee

Waimea

Around 60 mins drive from Waikiki. Take bus 52 from Ala Moana.

Pupukea

Waimea Beach

La Waimea Falls

Waialua

North Shore 52

Dole Plantation

Wahiawa Makaha

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Mililani Waianae

Waipio Waikele Country Club

Waikele

Waikele Premium Outlets

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Freeway

Kapolei Golf club

Ko Olina Golf club

Major road

Golf Course

Kapolei

Sightseeing

Major Beach

Ko Olina 5 km 96

Around 30 mins drive from Waikiki, no bus service.

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5

B

4 8 13 15

Polynesian Cultural Center

Laie

19 20 22

23

40 42

Kahana

E

52

55 56

Kualoa Ranch

57

*As of October, 2016 (TheBus Homepage www.thebus.org)

Kahaluu 55

ty

20

Kaneohe

Pearl Country club

Kailua Beach

56

Lanikai Beach

Ko‘olau Golf Club

Kailua

4

52

Nuuanu Pali Lookout

13 15 2

9 Do

Honolulu International Airport

wn

Tantalus Look out

n t ow

Waikiki

Honolulu A la

an Mo

Wa

ik i

Sea Life Park Hawaii

Hawaii Kai

13

Kahala

ki

57

Hawaii Kai Golf Course

a

8

Waimanalo

23 22

2

Diamond Head

Waialae Country Club

Around 30 mins drive from Waikiki. Take bus 59 from Ala Moana.

Koko Head

Halona Blow Hole

Hanauma Bay

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Helpful Hawaii Information American Money There are four types of coins worth 1, 5, 10, and 25 cents as well as six types of paper bills worth $1, $5, $10, $20, $50, and $100.

Weights and Measurements Fruits and vegetables are generally sold by weight in supermarkets. “$2.99 / lb” on a price tag means that one pound of the item costs $2.99 whereas “$2.99 / ea” means that each indi-

25 cents (quarter)

vidual item costs $2.99. At gas stations, the price displayed is per gallon (3.78 liters).

10 cents (dime)

American Units

English Abbrevi– ations

Unit

1inch

in.

2.54cm

1 foot

ft.

30.4cm

1 yard

yd.

91cm

1 mile

mI.

1.6km

1 ounce

oz.

28g

1 pound

lb.

450g

1gallon

gal.

3.78L

Length

5 cents (nickel)

Weight 1 cents (penny)

Volume

On-island Phone Calls

Alcohol and Tobacco

Time limitless phone calls can be made for 50

According to Hawaii State law, only those over

cents from public pay phones.

the age of 21 may purchase alcohol or tobacco. In most cases, you will be asked to present photo

Emergency Contact List

identification at the time of purchase. Beaches,

Ambulance, Police, Fire Department . . . . . . . . . 911

parks, hotels, restaurants, and other public spac-

Honolulu Police Department . . . . . . . . . 808.529.3111

es are all non-smoking areas. Failure to abide by

Doctor On Call (24 hours) . . . . . . . . . . 808.971.6000

this law will result in severe penalty.

Waikiki Emergency Medical Clinic . . . 808.924.3399

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