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Honolulu: A Local's Tour

Courtesy of Ailana Shave Ice

Rising star Jake Shimabukuro—who’s taking ukelele to the masses—takes T+L on a hometown tour of Honolulu.

The Sweet Stuff: Ailana Shave Ice

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Known in Japan as kakigori, shave ice was originally introduced to Hawaii by pineapple-plantation workers. Shimabukuro loves the house-made syrups and toppings at Ailana Shave Ice. “My favorite is the uji kintoki, or green tea with adzuki beans.” 1430 Kona St., suite 102; 808/955-8881; shave ice for two $5.

Honolulu: A Local's Tour

The Sweet Stuff: Ailana Shave Ice

Known in Japan as kakigori, shave ice was originally introduced to Hawaii by pineapple-plantation workers. Shimabukuro loves the house-made syrups and toppings at Ailana Shave Ice. “My favorite is the uji kintoki, or green tea with adzuki beans.” 1430 Kona St., suite 102; 808/955-8881; shave ice for two $5.

Courtesy of Ailana Shave Ice
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