Hashi Heroes Presented by Kamehameha Schools: Hawaii Ulu Cooperative

Hashi Heroes Presented by Kamehameha Schools: Hawaii Ulu Cooperative

Like the resilient, climate-positive ulu tree, the Hawaii Ulu Cooperative continued to grow in 2020, launching a new online store, developing products for sale through groceries, and partnering with chefs and schools to promote the versatility and health benefits of the fruit. General Manager Dana Shapiro spoke with HASHI about the ideas and inspiration behind the Cooperative, the latest developments with their new initiatives, and what’s next for the Cooperative as Hawaii begins to emerge from the pandemic.

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Behind the Menu: Tane Vegan Izakaya

Behind the Menu: Tane Vegan Izakaya

Tane Vegan Izakaya located on Beretania Street in Honolulu, offers an out-of-this-world selection of entirely plant-based sushi items and other Japanese dishes for diners keeping a fish-free diet or daring to try a creative take on this traditional cuisine.

COVID Conversations: Peter Cho

COVID Conversations: Peter Cho

For this COVID Conversation, Hashi sat down with chef and restaurateur, Peter Cho, to discuss the status of his restaurants (one opened during the pandemic!) and outlook on the road to recovery.

A New Era at Kaimana Beach

A New Era at Kaimana Beach

Situated directly on the sands of Kaimana Beach, which means “diamond” in Hawaiian, the 122-room hotel has been an integral part of the fabric of the Waikiki for more than five decades. At the intersection of Diamond Head and the sands of the Pacific Ocean, Kaimana Beach — originally named Sans Souci (“without cares”) — is a destination for locals and visitors.

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