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COURTESY HARRY NAKAMOTO
                                Helene Nakamoto, left, of Manoa and Allen Teshima of Waialae took a break at Honolulu Coffee in a shopping mall in Odaiba, Tokyo, on April 8. The travelers posed while Nakamoto’s husband, Harry, snapped the photo.

Refreshing memories of home

COURTESY HARRY NAKAMOTO
                                Helene Nakamoto, left, of Manoa and Allen Teshima of Waialae took a break at Honolulu Coffee in a shopping mall in Odaiba, Tokyo, on April 8. The travelers posed while Nakamoto’s husband, Harry, snapped the photo.

Updated on  April 21, 2017 at 10:22 pm
Helene Nakamoto, left, of Manoa and Allen Teshima of Waialae took a break at Honolulu Coffee in a shopping mall in Odaiba, Tokyo. Read More
COURTESY KAREN BOW
                                Laurie Ibaraki of Honolulu braved the snow to find a sign of Hawaii in chilly Fairbanks, Alaska, last month. She and her sister, Karen Bow of Kaneohe, who took this picture, spotted Aloha B.B.Q. Grill while visiting Alaska to see the aurora borealis and the start of the Iditarod sled race.

Cool reminder of home

COURTESY KAREN BOW
                                Laurie Ibaraki of Honolulu braved the snow to find a sign of Hawaii in chilly Fairbanks, Alaska, last month. She and her sister, Karen Bow of Kaneohe, who took this picture, spotted Aloha B.B.Q. Grill while visiting Alaska to see the aurora borealis and the start of the Iditarod sled race.

Updated on  April 15, 2017 at 9:13 pm
Laurie Ibaraki of Honolulu braved the snow to find a sign of Hawaii in chilly Fairbanks, Alaska, last month. Read More
COURTESY ART WHISTLER
                                Art Whistler of Manoa found a sign of island life at the Hawaii Hotel in Manzanillo, Mexico, on March 14. Curiously, the tropical bird pictured on the sign, the toucan, is not found in Hawaii, but is native to southern Mexico.

Hawaii south of the border

COURTESY ART WHISTLER
                                Art Whistler of Manoa found a sign of island life at the Hawaii Hotel in Manzanillo, Mexico, on March 14. Curiously, the tropical bird pictured on the sign, the toucan, is not found in Hawaii, but is native to southern Mexico.

Updated on  April 8, 2017 at 9:00 pm
Art Whistler of Manoa found a sign of island life at the Hawaii Hotel in Manzanillo, Mexico. Read More
COURTESY ALLAN FUJIMOTO
                                Gail Fujimoto of Maunawili found a sign of island life at the Cafe Hawai Patisserie in Rabat, Morocco, on March 5. Gail’s husband, Allan Fujimoto, took the photo.

Coffee break in Morocco

COURTESY ALLAN FUJIMOTO
                                Gail Fujimoto of Maunawili found a sign of island life at the Cafe Hawai Patisserie in Rabat, Morocco, on March 5. Gail’s husband, Allan Fujimoto, took the photo.
Gail Fujimoto of Maunawili found a sign of island life at the Cafe Hawai Patisserie in Rabat, Morocco. Read More
COURTESY WALLY NISHIGUCHI
                                The Nishiguchi-Nakamoto clan came across a beauty salon with the very local-sounding name Mahaloa while on afamily trip to Tokyo earlier this month. Patty Nishiguchi, left, grandson Chase Nakamoto, daughter Kristin Nakamotoand son-in-law Clayton Nakamoto lined up for a photo with the shop’s hand-lettered sign. Nishiguchi and herhusband, Wally, who took the photo, live in Salt Lake, and the Nakamotos live in Kaimuki.

Sounds like home

COURTESY WALLY NISHIGUCHI
                                The Nishiguchi-Nakamoto clan came across a beauty salon with the very local-sounding name Mahaloa while on afamily trip to Tokyo earlier this month. Patty Nishiguchi, left, grandson Chase Nakamoto, daughter Kristin Nakamotoand son-in-law Clayton Nakamoto lined up for a photo with the shop’s hand-lettered sign. Nishiguchi and herhusband, Wally, who took the photo, live in Salt Lake, and the Nakamotos live in Kaimuki.

Updated on  March 25, 2017 at 9:12 pm
The Nishiguchi-Nakamoto clan came across a beauty salon with the very local-sounding name Mahaloa while on afamily trip to Tokyo earlier this month. Read More
A group of Hawaii visitors to New Zealand spotted the Aloha Seaview Resort Motel sign in the waterfront town of Paihia in the Bay of Islands, North Island, last month on Valentine’s Day. David Mougin, seated in front, said the couples found many similarities between the Maori and Hawaiian cultures and languages. In back are Colleen Vanrisseghem, left, and Rich Stone of Waikiki; in front with David Mougin is Jojee Mougin, left, of Aiea. A Canadian tourist snapped their photo.

Right at home in North Island

A group of Hawaii visitors to New Zealand spotted the Aloha Seaview Resort Motel sign in the waterfront town of Paihia in the Bay of Islands, North Island, last month on Valentine’s Day. David Mougin, seated in front, said the couples found many similarities between the Maori and Hawaiian cultures and languages. In back are Colleen Vanrisseghem, left, and Rich Stone of Waikiki; in front with David Mougin is Jojee Mougin, left, of Aiea. A Canadian tourist snapped their photo.

Updated on  March 18, 2017 at 1:08 am
A group of Hawaii visitors to New Zealand spotted the Aloha Seaview Resort Motel sign in the waterfront town of Paihia in the Bay of Islands, North Island. Read More
GEOFFREY MARTIN / SPECIAL TO THE STAR-ADVERTISER
                                As campus antics go, the stunt that a bunch of island kids — all students at Yale University — dreamed up Feb. 10 has some obvious drawbacks. The high in New Haven, Conn., that day was 30 degrees. Nevertheless, the keiki o ka aina threw off their jackets and a few went barefoot to pose island style ankle-deep in snow holding the Hawaii state flag.
                                From left are Chris Lee, Kento Tanaka, Michael Wong, Jacob Ly, Tomoe Mizutani, Sarah Oyatomari, Alexa Anderson-Rupp, Makana Williams, Liam Arnade-Colwill, Stephanie Spear and Lindsey Combs. According to Bruce Combs, Lindsey’s father, a witness to the photo shoot asked the group, “What are you getting hazed for?”

Which way to the beach?

GEOFFREY MARTIN / SPECIAL TO THE STAR-ADVERTISER
                                As campus antics go, the stunt that a bunch of island kids — all students at Yale University — dreamed up Feb. 10 has some obvious drawbacks. The high in New Haven, Conn., that day was 30 degrees. Nevertheless, the keiki o ka aina threw off their jackets and a few went barefoot to pose island style ankle-deep in snow holding the Hawaii state flag.
                                From left are Chris Lee, Kento Tanaka, Michael Wong, Jacob Ly, Tomoe Mizutani, Sarah Oyatomari, Alexa Anderson-Rupp, Makana Williams, Liam Arnade-Colwill, Stephanie Spear and Lindsey Combs. According to Bruce Combs, Lindsey’s father, a witness to the photo shoot asked the group, “What are you getting hazed for?”

Updated on  February 26, 2017 at 12:03 am
As campus antics go, the stunt that a bunch of island kids — all students at Yale University — dreamed up Feb. 10 has some obvious drawbacks. Read More
 
LINDA UMSTEAD / SPECIAL TO THE STAR-ADVERTISER
                                Mililani resident Robert Umstead found the Ono Ono Hawaiian Barbecue restaurant open for lunch on a stormy day in Tustin, Calif. “The rain clouds parted and there it was, like a rainbow over my head,” said Umstead. “The rest of the day was sunny.” Umstead and his wife, Linda, who took the photo, were in the Southern California town, outside of Los Angeles, earlier this month.

Serving up sunshine

LINDA UMSTEAD / SPECIAL TO THE STAR-ADVERTISER
                                Mililani resident Robert Umstead found the Ono Ono Hawaiian Barbecue restaurant open for lunch on a stormy day in Tustin, Calif. “The rain clouds parted and there it was, like a rainbow over my head,” said Umstead. “The rest of the day was sunny.” Umstead and his wife, Linda, who took the photo, were in the Southern California town, outside of Los Angeles, earlier this month.

Updated on  February 18, 2017 at 6:51 pm
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COURTESY AUBIN STREMLER
                                While sightseeing in Yongan, Myanmar — formerly Rangoon, Burma — in January, Aubin Stremler of Aiea stopped by for a drink at Hawaii Kitchen. The newly refurbished Hawaii Kitchen restaurant in downtown Yongan features an extensive menu of rice and noodle dishes, along with fresh fruit juices. After several days sight-seeing in the capital, Aubin joined a 15-day tour of Myanmar’s beautiful countryside. His photo was taken by an employee of the restaurant.

Familiar surroundings

COURTESY AUBIN STREMLER
                                While sightseeing in Yongan, Myanmar — formerly Rangoon, Burma — in January, Aubin Stremler of Aiea stopped by for a drink at Hawaii Kitchen. The newly refurbished Hawaii Kitchen restaurant in downtown Yongan features an extensive menu of rice and noodle dishes, along with fresh fruit juices. After several days sight-seeing in the capital, Aubin joined a 15-day tour of Myanmar’s beautiful countryside. His photo was taken by an employee of the restaurant.

Updated on  February 11, 2017 at 11:35 pm
While sightseeing in Yongan, Myanmar — formerly Rangoon, Burma — in January, Aubin Stremler of Aiea stopped by for a drink at Hawaii Kitchen. Read More
 
COURTESY CHARLIE ALDINGER
                                Manoa resident Ty Aldinger, left, with former Maui boy Steve Fisher at the Canyonlands National Park parking lot in Park City, Utah. Fisher operates the Maui Ski Bus enterprise with his two dogs and a double dose of aloha.
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Playing it cool

COURTESY CHARLIE ALDINGER
                                Manoa resident Ty Aldinger, left, with former Maui boy Steve Fisher at the Canyonlands National Park parking lot in Park City, Utah. Fisher operates the Maui Ski Bus enterprise with his two dogs and a double dose of aloha.
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Manoa resident Ty Aldinger, left, with former Maui boy Steve Fisher at the Canyonlands National Park parking lot in Park City, Utah. Fisher operates the Maui Ski Bus enterprise with his two dogs and a double dose of aloha. Read More
COURTESY JUDY AND RON YAMAMOTO 
                                While on board Holland America’s newest ship MS Koningsdam, Judy and Ron Yamamoto were pleasantly surprised when they stumbled upon black-and-white photos of surfers in Waikiki decorating a wall on the cruise liner. The couple was on the vessel for its 14-day maiden voyage to ports in Scandinavia and Russia.
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Surfer images give cruise ship a familiar vibe

COURTESY JUDY AND RON YAMAMOTO 
                                While on board Holland America’s newest ship MS Koningsdam, Judy and Ron Yamamoto were pleasantly surprised when they stumbled upon black-and-white photos of surfers in Waikiki decorating a wall on the cruise liner. The couple was on the vessel for its 14-day maiden voyage to ports in Scandinavia and Russia.
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Updated on  January 27, 2017 at 10:58 pm
While on board Holland America’s newest ship MS Koningsdam, Judy and Ron Yamamoto were pleasantly surprised when they stumbled upon black-and-white photos of surfers in Waikiki decorating a wall on the cruise liner. Read More
PETER CHIU / SPECIAL TO THE STAR-ADVERTISER
                                Bill Conti of Waikiki found Mokuola Hawaiian Cafe at the Taipei Main Station earlier this month during a visit to Taiwan.
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Taste of aloha in Taiwan

PETER CHIU / SPECIAL TO THE STAR-ADVERTISER
                                Bill Conti of Waikiki found Mokuola Hawaiian Cafe at the Taipei Main Station earlier this month during a visit to Taiwan.
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Bill Conti of Waikiki found Mokuola Hawaiian Cafe at the Taipei Main Station earlier this month during a visit to Taiwan. Read More
FRANCIS WONG / SPECIAL TO THE STAR-ADVERTISER
                                Joy Graham of Kapahulu found the Aloha Coiffure hair salon in Biarritz, France. The shop’s owner has never been to Hawaii, but told Graham’s traveling companion, Francis Wong of Kahala, he “dreams” of the islands. The tikis displayed in the window help provide the desired atmosphere.
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Making his dreams come true

FRANCIS WONG / SPECIAL TO THE STAR-ADVERTISER
                                Joy Graham of Kapahulu found the Aloha Coiffure hair salon in Biarritz, France. The shop’s owner has never been to Hawaii, but told Graham’s traveling companion, Francis Wong of Kahala, he “dreams” of the islands. The tikis displayed in the window help provide the desired atmosphere.
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                                Email Signs of Hawaiian Life photos to mpoole@staradvertiser.com or mail to Signs of Hawaiian Life, 500 Ala Moana Blvd., Suite 7-210, Honolulu, HI 96813. Include the full names of those in the photo, where they live in Hawaii, when and where the picture was taken and the name of the photographer. We apologize but mailed photos cannot be returned.
Joy Graham of Kapahulu found the Aloha Coiffure hair salon in Biarritz, France. Read More
HELEN TAKEUCHI / SPECIAL TO THE STAR-ADVERTISER
                                Toyoko Takeuchi of Kapolei poses outside the entrance of Kau Kau Aloha Cafe near Shin Kamagaya station in Chiba prefecture, Japan.
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Hungry for home

HELEN TAKEUCHI / SPECIAL TO THE STAR-ADVERTISER
                                Toyoko Takeuchi of Kapolei poses outside the entrance of Kau Kau Aloha Cafe near Shin Kamagaya station in Chiba prefecture, Japan.
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Toyoko Takeuchi of Kapolei poses outside the entrance of Kau Kau Aloha Cafe near Shin Kamagaya station in Chiba prefecture, Japan. Read More
ALEX LEE
                                Laos: Alex Lee traveled with daughter Ava Lee, 4, and wife Liz Erickson to Vientiane, Laos, in January where they saw a Pizza Aloha cart. Lee said it was “exciting to see signs of Hawaii that far away.”

Signs of Hawaiian life in 2016

ALEX LEE
                                Laos: Alex Lee traveled with daughter Ava Lee, 4, and wife Liz Erickson to Vientiane, Laos, in January where they saw a Pizza Aloha cart. Lee said it was “exciting to see signs of Hawaii that far away.”

Updated on  January 1, 2017 at 1:48 am
Honolulu Star-Advertiser readers got around in 2016, and it seems wherever they went they saw reminders of home. Read More
Reid Mizue, center, and Dyan Kleckner, right, and their son Liam were bound for Legoland in Carlsbad, Calif., on Dec. 8 when they spotted a beach-ready Santa outside Ohana Creations, a store selling local- style goods. The Honolulu residents stopped to commemorate the island life encounter with a photo.
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Aloha, Santa!

Reid Mizue, center, and Dyan Kleckner, right, and their son Liam were bound for Legoland in Carlsbad, Calif., on Dec. 8 when they spotted a beach-ready Santa outside Ohana Creations, a store selling local- style goods. The Honolulu residents stopped to commemorate the island life encounter with a photo.
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                                Email Signs of Hawaiian Life photos to mpoole@staradvertiser.com or mail to Signs of Hawaiian Life, 500 Ala Moana Blvd., Suite 7-210, Honolulu, HI 96813. Include the full names of those in the photo, where they live in Hawaii, when and where the photo was taken and the name of the photographer. We apologize but mailed photos cannot be returned.
Reid Mizue, center, and Dyan Kleckner, right, and their son Liam were bound for Legoland in Carlsbad, Calif., on Dec. 8 when they spotted a beach-ready Santa outside Ohana Creations, a store selling local- style goods. Read More
RINSEI HAIMOTO / SPECIAL TO THE STAR-ADVERTISER
                                Honolulu residents Rinsei and Sue Haimoto found multiple signs of Hawaii on a November trip to Tokyo. Just outside the Shingawa Prince Hotel, Sue Haimoto posed for a photo at Big Honu Trading, a shop that sells Hawaii merchandise. Inside the hotel the Haimotos were reminded of home at the Coffee Lounge Mauna Kea and Hapuna Luxe Dining restaurant.
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Right at home

RINSEI HAIMOTO / SPECIAL TO THE STAR-ADVERTISER
                                Honolulu residents Rinsei and Sue Haimoto found multiple signs of Hawaii on a November trip to Tokyo. Just outside the Shingawa Prince Hotel, Sue Haimoto posed for a photo at Big Honu Trading, a shop that sells Hawaii merchandise. Inside the hotel the Haimotos were reminded of home at the Coffee Lounge Mauna Kea and Hapuna Luxe Dining restaurant.
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                                Email Signs of Hawaiian Life photos to mpoole@staradvertiser.com or mail to Signs of Hawaiian Life, 500 Ala Moana Blvd., Suite 7-210, Honolulu, HI 96813. Include the full names of those in the photo, where they live in Hawaii, when and where the photo was taken and the name of the photographer. We apologize but mailed photos cannot be returned.
Honolulu residents Rinsei and Sue Haimoto found multiple signs of Hawaii on a November trip to Tokyo. Read More
While on vacation in July in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, the Grindell family of Kaneohe took a day trip to the small fishing village of Jalapa. “Right there on the dock was this beautiful sign of aloha, proving that you can find aloha in even the smallest villages of the world,” said Melissa Grindell. Pictured are the Grindell children, Chloe, 6, left, and Billy, 3.
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Well-known watchword

While on vacation in July in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, the Grindell family of Kaneohe took a day trip to the small fishing village of Jalapa. “Right there on the dock was this beautiful sign of aloha, proving that you can find aloha in even the smallest villages of the world,” said Melissa Grindell. Pictured are the Grindell children, Chloe, 6, left, and Billy, 3.
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While on vacation in July in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, the Grindell family of Kaneohe took a day trip to the small fishing village of Jalapa. Read More
RONALD NAKAMURA / SPECIAL TO THE STAR-ADVERTISER

Rainbows and fall colors

RONALD NAKAMURA / SPECIAL TO THE STAR-ADVERTISER
Email Signs of Hawaiian Life photos to mpoole@staradvertiser.com or mail to Signs of Hawaiian Life, 500 Ala Moana Blvd., Suite 7-210, Honolulu, HI 96813. Read More
COURTESY ALISA KONDO

So near, so far

COURTESY ALISA KONDO
Sisters Julie Kuwaye, left, and Alisa Kondo were browsing in a mall in Hiroshima, Japan, earlier this month when they suddenly seemed much closer to home. Read More
COURTESY PETER BOYLAN
                                At the old (rice) ball game! 
                                Nicole Rino of Manoa shared a shaka before picking up Spam musubi at Aloha Eats in Chicago to take into Game 5 of the World Series on Oct. 30.
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                                Email “Signs of Hawaiian Life” photos to mpoole@staradvertiser.com or mail to Signs of Hawaiian Life, 500 Ala Moana Blvd., Suite 7-210, Honolulu, HI 96813. Include the full names of those in the photo, where they live in Hawaii, when and where the photo was taken and the name of the photographer. We apologize but mailed photos cannot be returned.

At the old (rice) ball game!

COURTESY PETER BOYLAN
                                At the old (rice) ball game! 
                                Nicole Rino of Manoa shared a shaka before picking up Spam musubi at Aloha Eats in Chicago to take into Game 5 of the World Series on Oct. 30.
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                                SUBMIT YOUR PHOTO:
                                Email “Signs of Hawaiian Life” photos to mpoole@staradvertiser.com or mail to Signs of Hawaiian Life, 500 Ala Moana Blvd., Suite 7-210, Honolulu, HI 96813. Include the full names of those in the photo, where they live in Hawaii, when and where the photo was taken and the name of the photographer. We apologize but mailed photos cannot be returned.

Updated on  November 20, 2016 at 12:33 am
Nicole Rino of Manoa shared a shaka before picking up Spam musubi at Aloha Eats in Chicago to take into Game 5 of the World Series on Oct. 30. Read More

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