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kim-maree s wrote a review Apr 2020
Auckland, New Zealand7 contributions1 helpful vote
Family of four lovely shopping experience. Nice atmosphere at night. Felt very safe.The shops were very affordable. The shop keepers very welcoming and nothing a problem.
Date of experience: January 2020
ian70119_gofindhome.com wrote a review Aug 2019
New Orleans, Louisiana185 contributions19 helpful votes
We went here to get our ramen fix. Tried a couple of the places, some saying they were authentic. Well, they did the job. So easy to get to in basement of shopping center.
Date of experience: August 2019
MichelleH61 wrote a review Feb 2019
Adelaide Hills, Australia16 contributions4 helpful votes
Loved it and all the staff were so helpful. So many shops and it was beautiful and I found some wonderful things to make memories with.
Date of experience: May 2018
1 Helpful vote
Khyron82 wrote a review Sep 2018
Seattle, Washington1,483 contributions82 helpful votes
Was surprised to see stores in this complex open on the same day Hurricane Lane was downgraded to a tropical storm, when just about everything else on Kalakaua Ave. was still closed until the follow day (although it appeared that only Neo Plaza and the Starbucks were the ones with the most customers). Was also amused to see the first "I survived Hurricane Lane" merchandise in the open gift shop nearby. I did return another day to check out the Waikiki Yokocho Food Hall in the lower level.…
Date of experience: August 2018
1 Helpful vote
Lukey180 wrote a review Jun 2018
New South Wales, Australia39 contributions5 helpful votes
A few nice boutique and souvenir shops inside this joint even an underground Japanese food court which btw has amazing food! I Had lunch at Volcano Ramen and i can tell you that i have not had ramen that genuine since i was actually in japan oh god it was good! Down in the Yokocho Food Court is a reason in its self to visit here. There is a hidden souvenir shop on the second floor which does a good bargain on gifts she would easily be the cheapest souvenir shop in Honolulu my partner and I made sure we returned to her for more gifts on our second time around she is that good! HER SHOP LOCATION: up the escalator, turn left, walk to the end of that corridor of shops, in the right hand side corner overflowing with Hawaiian souvenirs you cant miss it! The building itself has had a nice upgrade in the past couple of years.…
Date of experience: December 2017
2 Helpful votes