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Pokemon, Stonehenge, Shopping in Sapporo

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Shucks… I woke up at 5 a.m. again this morning. The sun is so bright! I had another combini breakfast this morning. Nebaneba noodles. Natto sushi.And some cute juicy lassi thing. After breakfast,… Continue reading

The Coqui Cacophany

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Monday Musings from Melinda by LHS Contributor Melinda M.The Big Island has it all: lava deserts, tropical rain forests, white sand beaches, snow covered mountains. We also have: coqui frogs, rapid ohia death,… Continue reading

LHS In LA!

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By: Jenn K In order to improve and build on our Living Hilo Style brand, Anne and I recently attended our first blogger conference together.  The last time we traveled and roomed together… Continue reading

Shopping in Sapporo

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I slept in a little more this morning.  I woke up 5:30 a.m.–the latest so far this trip. We visited Nijo morning market and had sushi for breakfast. So decadent! Uni, toro, salmon,… Continue reading

The Tour

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Monday Musings from Melinda by LHS Contributor Melinda M. This summer, we had visitors: our two teenage nephews from Maui who had never been to Hilo. Time to break out…The Tour!! At first,… Continue reading

Flowers in Furano

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I closed the black-out curtains so I could finally sleep in.  This means sleeping until 5 a.m. instead of 3:30 a.m. Yay. Today, I found a nebaneba breakfast at 7-11 around the corner… Continue reading

The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year

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By: Jenn K August means the end of summer in Hilo. Staples said it best with “It’s the most wonderful time of the year”.  Dad is happily shopping for school supplies while his kids look… Continue reading

KTA, the Hub for Living Hilo Style

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Monday Musings from Melinda By LHS Contributor Melinda M. Enough homage to a mainland store! Hilo’s got something pretty special in its homegrown KTA (KTA = Koichi and Taniyo Taniguchi, the store’s founders).… Continue reading

Asahikawa Adventuring (No Pokemon Go)

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Ugh!  I woke up at 3:30 am again. My body clock game sucks. I have to remember to close the blackout drapes tomorrow.  The sun comes up at 4 a.m. here in Sapporo.… Continue reading

Poke (Not Pokémon) Festival

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By:  Jenn K Last weekend, Hilo was host to the First Annual Hawaii Poke Festival.  Thanks to generous organizers, I was able to attend and enjoy the many different poke varieties of the… Continue reading