Daifukuji Soto Mission
On the mauka (inland) side of Mamalahoa Hwy, this Buddhist temple is housed in a quirky red-and-white Hawaiian farmhouse with two...
Aloha Kayak Company
Check out the tours (including in glass-bottomed kayaks) led by this Hawaiian-owned outfit. Opposite Teshima Restaurant.
Yoganics Hawaii Limited
Across the street from Just Ukes; features all-natural clothing and an attached studio hosts yoga and belly dancing classes (drop-in...
Quality theater, indie film and live music are on the program here. Budget tip: buy in advance to save.
Aloha Theatre Café
For a night on the town, grab a toothsome meal or lilikoʻi (passion fruit) mojito at the Aloha Theatre Café and watch a show in the...
Lonely Planet review
This place has the look of a union hiring hall, but the warmth of a home. For almost 70 years this family-run place has been serving up ʻono (delicious) Japanese food to hungry locals and wanderers. The fresh-catch sashimi plate is divine and the bento boxes ($7.50) are handy for picnics. Kids will be happy with a cheeseburger ($6). Request the back booth and get a sliver of ocean view. Cash only.