If you like Hawai and Okinawa, please come to Hale Lani Shokudo. The owner, Ms. Ayumi Yamasaki, initially launched a Hawaiian style restaurant. She says that she decided to open a Hawaiian restaurant in Katano thanks to her friends in Hawai.
In January 2023, Hale Lani evolved as a Hawaiian & Okinawa restaurant. Hale Lani was closed at night time except Friday. However, the restaurant has started to serve dinners from 18:00p.m. to 21:00p.m. (Tuesday to Saturday).
On the ground floor, you can enjoy not only Hawaiian cuisines like Loco Moco and Hawaiian plate lunch but also Okinawa cuisines. The 1st floor is used for a Hawaiian dance lesson and an ukulele lesson. The students of the Hawaiian dance lesson have a chance to show their performances in various events. Hale Lani also holds various concerts such as jazz, blues, and acoustic.
Ms. Ayumi hopes that Hale Lani is a comfort restaurant for many customers to enjoy Hawaiian & Okinawa cultures.
Hale Lani Shokudo
34-1 Kozu 4 Chome Katano City
Open: (Lunch) 11:30a.m. ~ 15:00p.m. (Dinner) 18:00p.m. ~ 21:00p.m.
Close: Mondays, Bankholidays, & Sundays
How to get to Hale Lani
It is 10-minute walk from the Kozu Station of the Keihan Katano Line.
I would like to express my gratitude to Ms. Ayumi Yamasaki, who allows me to introduce her restaurant on this website.