Kawamoto: Instilling Ethics with Ethnic Food

Kawamoto: Instilling Ethics with Ethnic Food


Ebi. Nori Chicken. Teriyaki. The Kūaliʻi ʻohana serves aloha with every order. For more than 70 years, Kawamotoʻs has been a Hilo landmark for the best Japanese okazuya and local fare. And the Kūaliʻi ʻohana have kept the menu the same since taking over 12 years ago. But they are also committed to giving back to their community.

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