Spearfisher Makani Christensen explains how fishing is a way of life in Hawaiian culture and society.
In ancient Hawai‘i, ‘opihi was an important part of the Native Hawaiian diet starting at infancy.
‘Opihi, considered a delicacy due to its immense difficulty to harvest, is where high stakes meet high flavor.
From its grand and resplendent capes to brilliant helmets, the Hawaiian art of featherwork endures.