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Things We Aloha!  

Looking for unique gifts? We encourage you to Kako'o 'Oihana 'Oiwi, support Hawaiian businesses


  • ​​New Hawaiian Music: I Ke Ko A Ke Au by Keauhou; 2d album from the band.  Both albums, this and their Na Hoku Hanohano award winning 1st album are available, for $15.99 each, on their website.


  • Makana Esthetics Wellness Academy: Self care products, such as the Maka Hiamoe Hawaiian salt soak, are available for purchase on their website.


  • Pu'ula'au Remedies: Based in Waiaole, the company features a la'au lapa'au product line with pu'ula'au, 'ohana, and malamalama remedies.  HINU, a throat and lungs tincture, is a popular item; see their website


  • Salty Wahine: Offers a variety of gourmet seasonings including Hawaiian sea salts & cane sugar.  Sold in single packets or gift sets see their website


  • Wewiha Soap Company: Handcrafted soaps using ingredients including kaman, kukui nut oil, and local Hawaiian honey & beeswax their soaps, scrubs, and skin creams and lotions on their website.


  • "Life of the Land: Articulations of a Native Writer" by Dana Naone Hall is a new volume including three decades of poetry, essays, ad other writings as well as testimony, interviews, and public talks exploring the relationship Hawaiians have with the Aina.  Book is available here for $26.


  • Ku'ono Wai Wai Gift Shop at Waimea Valley: Specialty gifts made in Hawai'i including spices from Hanapepe; earrings by Solomone Jewel & Leighton Lam from Kaua'i; prints from local artists like Kim Taylor Reese, Celeste Holmes, and Clark Little; 'ukuleles, Hawaiian blown glass, and other items on their website.