Honolulu Chinatown

These photos were taken in the historic Chinatown section of Honolulu which is aboiut 15 minutes west or "Eva" of Waikiki. If you are Waikiki, you shouild definitely visit Chinatown. It's a lively place with great bars and restaurants.
  • "Wo Fat Restaurant" This building is no longer the Wo Fat restaurant, but is still a Chinatown icon and very photogenic, and is on the National Register of Historic Places. TV trivia: According to Wikipedia, the creator of Hawaii Five-O (Leonard Freeman) got the name of Steve McGarrett’s arch nemesis from this building. Photo taken in April 2012. : Chinatown, HIPS, Honolulu, Street photos, to sell

    1 Wo Fat Restaurant "Wo Fat Restaurant" This building is no longer the Wo Fat restaurant, but is still a Chinatown icon and very photogenic, and is on the National Register of Historic Places. TV trivia: According to Wikipedia, the creator of Hawaii Five-O (Leonard Freeman) got the name of Steve McGarrett’s arch nemesis from this building. Photo taken in April 2012.

  • "Art at Mark's Garage" An  iconic parking garage in Chinatown on the corner of Nu’uanu and Pauahi Streets, is a lively art scene on “First Friday” with work from many artists on display in the lobby. Photo taken in April 2012. : Chinatown, HIPS, Honolulu, Street photos

    2 Art at Mark’s Garage "Art at Mark's Garage" An iconic parking garage in Chinatown on the corner of Nu’uanu and Pauahi Streets, is a lively art scene on “First Friday” with work from many artists on display in the lobby. Photo taken in April 2012.

  • "Bananas" A local treat - “candy apple” bananas at one of the many King Street fruit stands in Chinatown Oahu. Photo taken in April 2012. : Chinatown, HIPS, Honolulu, Street photos, to sell

    3 Bananas "Bananas" A local treat - “candy apple” bananas at one of the many King Street fruit stands in Chinatown Oahu. Photo taken in April 2012.

  • "King street fruit stand" Fresh, local “candy apple” bananas at one of the many King Street fruit stands in Chinatown are of Honolulu. Photo taken in April 2012. : Chinatown, HIPS, Honolulu, Street photos

    4 King Street Fruit Stand "King street fruit stand" Fresh, local “candy apple” bananas at one of the many King Street fruit stands in Chinatown are of Honolulu. Photo taken in April 2012.

  • "Capitol Place"  This view from Chinatown on Pauahi Street of the Capitol Place building a few blocks away also includes the top of Art at Mark’s Garage building. The late afternoon sun accentuates shadows and the texture of the brick wall in the foreground and the turquoise glass of Capitol Place. Photo taken April 2012. : Chinatown, HIPS, Honolulu, Street photos

    5 Capitol Place "Capitol Place" This view from Chinatown on Pauahi Street of the Capitol Place building a few blocks away also includes the top of Art at Mark’s Garage building. The late afternoon sun accentuates shadows and the texture of the brick wall in the foreground and the turquoise glass of Capitol Place. Photo taken April 2012.

  • "Chives" Fresh chives piled high at a Chinatown fresh vegetable stand. : Chinatown, HIPS, Honolulu, Street photos, to sell

    6 Chives "Chives" Fresh chives piled high at a Chinatown fresh vegetable stand.

  • "Mangos" This is just one of many sidwalk fruit stands in the Chinatown area of Honolulu. These mangos smelled even better than they looked! This was taken in April 2012. : Chinatown, HIPS, Honolulu, Street photos, to sell

    7 Mangos "Mangos" This is just one of many sidwalk fruit stands in the Chinatown area of Honolulu. These mangos smelled even better than they looked! This was taken in April 2012.