For visitors who want to learn about the supreme taste of sake and its art, we have established a restaurant called Engawa. The Engawa offers Islander Sake as a meal option. In Japanese culture, Engawa is considered the most comfortable space in the house, with the purpose of separating it from the outside world.
Visitors are welcome to chat casually with house guests on the Engawa, or to unwind with a cup of tea or a snack. Taking a sip of our sake will help you relax and forget about your daily work. It is similar to landing at Hawaii’s
Introducing our dining room, Hanale, located in Honolulu’s historic Chinatown district. In 1890, Japanese immigrants arrived at Honolulu Harbor, where our store is situated. They were involved in agriculture, which faced many hardships, and still today, 13% of Hawaii’s population is of Japanese ancestry. Although it is now known as Chinatown, Japanese immigrants used to reside there, and there were also stores and hotels. Our goal was to preserve this town’s history, which is why we created a place where people can relive the Japanese culture. It is located next to the office district in downtown Honolulu and is within