Usually consumed in paper cones, shave ice is finely cut to have the consistency of snow, which absorbs the syrup – so there’s no need for a straw. With origins from Japan, shave ice, or “kakigori,” preceded refrigeration, made with ice hauled down from mountaintops and consumed by the elite. It was brought to the islands of Hawaii in the late 1800s by Japanese immigrants who came to Hawaii to work on sugar plantations.
Younger ones will especially enjoy the petting zoo and playground area, which is situated in the center of the park.
If you find yourself rained out while in paradise, don’t think of it as a loss. Here are some local activities to fill a rainy day.
Did you know that coconut bras and cellophane skirts are a modern invention?