The Search for Signs of Hawaiian Life in the Universe
Daniel Arita, from Aiea, while vacationing with his family in Japan and searching for a ramen shop, came across this Hawaiian healing studio in the Ginza district of Tokyo.
Marti Mitchell, who moved from Maui to Courtenay, British Columbia, in 2005, spotted the Hawaiian Chieftain at the Tall Ships Festival in Port Alberni, British Columbia, in July. The Hawaiian Chieftain was originally built on Maui, but is now based out of Washington and is used for educational trips up and down the coast along with the Lady Washington, the ship behind it.
Adam Beattie found the Kona Winds in Hiroshima, Japan. He described it as a spa for dogs.
"The Search for Signs of Hawaiian Life in the Universe"
is just that: We're looking for evidence of Hawaiiana everywhere but Hawaii. Send snapshots and a description to TSFSOHLITU, Honolulu Star-Bulletin, 500 Ala Moana, Suite 7-210, Honolulu, HI 96813; or e-mail JPEGs or TIFFs to HiLife@starbulletin.com