Why We Started Kaka'ako Kasuals

Kiani Wong
If you’ve read our About Us page on the website, you may be familiar with the general story about how we came to run Kaka’ako Kasuals, the former Kam Kasuals. Instead of rehashing the same information about the “how” of the acquisition came about, I’d like to focus more on the “why” we wanted to run a business in the first place. I think that oftentimes, the “why” is far more important than the “how”, anyway.
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Travel Tips: Your Hawai’i Survival Guide

Joy Andres

We know that traveling to a new place can be a little intimidating—no worries! We got you covered! Traveling to the islands of Hawai’i will be a trip like you’ve never experienced; it’s still within the United States, but the culture is so rich, and runs so deep, you might as well be in another country!

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A Local’s Pick to O’ahu’s Beaches

Joy Andres

One of the first questions I get when I’m I.D’d out on the mainland is: You’re from Hawai’i? I bet you went to the beach every day, can you even pick a favorite? In short, I can’t pick a favorite—but here’s why.

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48 Hours in Hawaii

Joy Andres

You’re on a 48-hour layover in Hawai’i, (poor you), what do you do? One might say that that’s just not enough time to explore everything that Hawai’i has to offer; to an extent that’s true. But here’s the local girls’ guide to having the best 48 hours on O’ahu.

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The Top Things I Miss About Home

Joy Andres

Growing up in Hawai’i was a blessing that I didn’t realize until I moved to the mainland. There are countless things that I miss about home, but these are just a few of the top things I miss about living in Hawai’i...

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