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Since 1910, this family-run mercantile has been serving the Hana community. This humble, tin-roofed grocery store has just about anything you might need. (Check out the assortment of machetes above the office window.) Harkening back to the days when stores like these were islanders’ sole shopping outlet, the aisles are packed with books and music, fishing poles, Hana-grown coffee, diapers, fridge magnets, garden tools, fresh vegetables, dry goods, and ice cream. Don’t leave without a Hasegawa T-shirt or baseball cap to prove you were here.