Taizo and Trini got a chance at the Morino Food Sample Factory to make their own “fake food” and you can too!
Kai Clothing uses in-house and local artists to create exclusive designs that embody an island lifestyle.
From Sakura, to food and people, Pamela Young tells us what we can expect.
With locations around Japan and Hawaii, Aloha Table has the perfect mix of Hawaiian and Japanese Food.
The museum is located in Ikeda in Osaka and admission is free!
If you are in Tokyo and you want a taste of home, head to Ogo Ono Loa Hawaii restaurant in Akasaka.
Tune in to Living808: This week is Japan Week!
Join Trini and Taizo as they head to the Osaka Food Court, where there are more than 15 restaurants, each with a Kansai food specialty.
If you’re looking for a great family restaurant that serves fresh fish at an affordable price, head to Genki Sushi.
The Hawaiian Telcom Tech Check question of the day is: What is your favorite activity to do in Japan?
Taizo and Trini enjoy the atmosphere of ancient Japan by taking in a ninja show, and even dress up as a geisha and samurai.
We get to learn about the newest TOTO models and how they are comfortable and stylish for your home!
Island Slippers can make custom made slippers just for you, no matter the size or style!
The walk-through aquarium displays marine life in several habitats comprising 27 tanks in 16 main exhibits with a total volume of 10,941 ton…
Japan has so much ono food and McDonald’s of Japan has some amazing food items that you can only find in the land of the rising sun!
Minamoto Kitchoan is offering a special promotion for Living808 viewers.
The Hawaiian Telcom Tech Check question of the day is: What is your favorite Japanese dish?
Taizo and Trini got to sample the yummy fruit just outside of Osaka, Japan.
We learn more about the Hawaiian dishes that are scoring big in Japan and how it is to do business in the biggest city in Japan!
Living808 got a chance to visit one the best knife stores in Osaka and learn about the history of knife construction in Japan.