NEWS

Popular magazine in Japan "Hawaii Style 2015 No. 40" (Ei-Publishing / issued on 1/10/2015) has featured an interview article of Clarence Lee Design representative, Kuni Yamamoto, also in charge of the 111-HAWAII PROJECT in their No. 40 issue....

“Akakura House” – a popular boutique shop dealing in shoes and many Made in Hawaii gifts located on Waikiki Beachwalk is currently having a soft-opening for 111-HAWAII PROJECT's showroom. Simply buying a gift to your family or your friends helps Hawaii! ...

Clarence Lee Design & Associates, LLC (Office: Honolulu Hawaii, Representative: Kuniaki Yamamoto), a design firm with a long tradition in Hawaii, will launch an officially endorsed project by Hawaii Tourism Japan "111-HAWAII PROJECT"...

Nā Kama Kai’s (Children of the Sea) mission is to empower youth by creating, conducting and supporting ocean-based programs, specifically targeting ocean safety and conservation awareness in order to increase the capacity of youth in the community through Hawaiian values, culture and environmental education....

UCC Hawaii has their own coffee farm on the Big Island, which sells original Kona coffee, however in order to increase sales, they planned to expand their product sales to Waikiki as well. Some challenges, however, were that Waikiki is already overly saturated with many...