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Things We Aloha, and new stuff too!
Looking for unique gifts? We encourage you to Kako'o 'Oihana 'Oiwi, support Hawaiian businesses
New Hawaiian Music: Lots of new music releases heretheir website and all just $15.99!
Makana Esthetics Wellness Academy: Self care products, such as the MakaHiamoe 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
Voyaging Foods: Choose from an array of gluten-free baked goods and dry mixes made from Hawaiian grown plants like kale, 'uala, and 'ulu on their website
Little Hands Hawai'i: organic and coral reef safe sunscreen available here
"Harry Potter a Me Ka Pohaku Akeakamai" (Harry Potter and the Philosepher's Stone)" translated into Hawaiian by Keao NeSmith available here for $17.95
"Life of the Land: Articulations of a Native Writer" by Dana Naone Hall includes three decades of poetry, essays, & 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