This family-run, tin-roofed mercantile has been serving the Hana community since 1910, its eclectic wares even inspiring a popular song recorded in 1961 and occasionally covered today. Harkening back to the days when stores like these were islanders’ sole shopping outlet, the store is packed with books and music, fishing poles, Hanagrown coffee, diapers, fridge magnets, garden tools, fresh vegetables, dry goods, and ice cream. Check out the assortment of machetes above the office window. It also is the place in these parts to find an ATM machine. If you’re so inclined, buying a Hasegawa T-shirt or baseball cap will prove you were here. It’s opened 9:30am to 6pm daily, which is the Hana version of a 24-hour store.