Dive into the lives of a surf instructor, board shaper, and designers united by love for the ocean and Hawaiian culture.
A person wearing a pink kimono with square and floral patterns sitting indoors, with another individual in a dark kimono and patterned obi belt partially visible on the left.
Ukwanshin Kabudan reconnects Hawai‘i’s Okinawan community with their homeland through music, dance, and cultural education.
Kilin Reece, a luthier on O‘ahu, protects the integrity of Hawai‘i’s beloved stringed instruments.
Mary Mitsuda’s intuitive and freewheeling approach thrives in the juxtaposition of opposites.
Local salt makers share the history, gathering, and cultural significance of pa’akai (sea salt).