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Due to the influence of COVID-19, there are significant delays and problems with shipping overseas via USPS.
For that reason we are currently suspending the delivery to foreign countries. We apologize for the inconvenience and thank you for your understanding.
Stay safe, strong and healthy!
Dec. 7th 2020

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ALOHA Hats!

ALOHA Hats!

Aloha Hats are now in stock!
LANI'S General Store at Kaiser PTSA Farmers Market

LANI'S General Store at Kaiser PTSA Farmers Market

Starting February 16th, LANI'S General Store will open every Tuesday at Kaiser's Farmers Market!
Hawaii LOCO's favorite Palaka!

Hawaii LOCO's favorite Palaka!

Palaka Tote bags and Hats are now in stock!
111-Hawaii Award 2020

111-Hawaii Award 2020

LANI'S General Store has been chosen among the top three in  "Aloha Shirt / Ukulele" category of 111-Hawaii Award!
Chee-hoo!!
Stay "comfortable" Home!

Stay "comfortable" Home!

Stay "comfortable" Home!
100% Cotton Pineapple Pa'u Skirt.

100% Cotton Pineapple Pa'u Skirt.

100%Cotton Pineapple print Pa'u Skirt is in stock now!
Cut and sewn carefully at our studio in Honolulu Hawaii.

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LANI'S General Store

Original Aloha Shirts tailored at our atelier in Honolulu Hawaii.

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SREFAOL

SREFAOL is backward of LOAFERS.
This collection is dedicated to kids who cannot become adults and to adults who wish they could be kids again.

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Hale No'eau

Original Pā'ū Skirts since 2005 in Honolulu Hawaii.

Visit our Etsy shop for more Pā'ū Skirts!!
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LANI'S General Store

411 Puuhale Rd. Honolulu Hawaii

Made in Honolulu Hawaiʻi

Our shirts, skirts and accessories are manually cut and sewn in Hawaiʻi.

Made in Honolulu Hawaiʻi

Our clothes and accessories are manually cut and sewn in Hawaiʻi.

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British sailing ship Saioto departed Yokohama Bay for Hawaii in 1868. On board were the first group of immigrants to Hawaii who were known as Issei. Once at the plantations, they were allocated numbers, "bango," as their Japanese names were hard to pronounce and their respective numbers were used to manage everything...

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