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We only discovered this quaint gift shop and gallery since it serves as the meeting place for the Waipo Valley Shuttle tour. The quality of the wood work, both art and practical items, was good. It had many other items that would make great souvenirs....More
I loved this little store. It was the pick-up/drop-off location for The Waipio Valley Shuttle and a pleasant surprise. BEAUTIFUL koa wood rocking chairs made by a local artist. Other unique treasures. Lovely and friendly local ladies running the register, who were happy to stay...More
We were on the Big Island for three weeks. We were interested in a Koa bowl, and looked in a great number of places, including the Kona area and Hilo, as well as others. This place had the best selection and prices that we found...More
It’s a cool little shop with many locally made items out of local wood.
They have some beautiful things but the price is very expensive. A handmade rocking chair was $3500. Don’t get me wrong , it was beautiful but pricey.
They have trinkets, water,...More
While at the lookout and chatting to the local people they pointed us towards this art gallery. Wow what a gem and really off the beaten track. This was one we were glad we did not miss. There is some wonderful and authentic pieces of...More
My wife and I went to this art shop as it is the meeting point for those who are taking the Waipi'o Valley Shuttle down into the valley. The shop includes some outstanding works of art from local artists and an array of foodstuffs to...More
From vibrant photographs to wood bowls, this shop is an amazing place to stop and see genuine Hawaiian artwork. Even if you don't buy anything (though it's hard to imagine that something won't call out to you to take it home), stop and enjoy the...More
This store has some of the most beautiful wooden bowls and boxes I've ever seen. They're all made by local artisans and are works of art. The only problem is that I couldn't afford them! There are some more moderately priced souvenirs that we loaded...More