Toyota Hawaiʻi Stories: Holoholo
Join us as we embark on four new chapters of Toyota Hawaiʻi Stories: Holoholo, where we explore the personal perspectives of a diverse collection of new characters. Criss-cross around the islands to discover the source of their passion and how, in the process, it has made their community a better place.
Chapter 7 | Kūha‘o Zane
Culture and tradition are at the root of Kūhaʻo Zane’s design career. Learn about the intellectual wisdom that he takes from those who came before him, and how that informs his place in the cycle of transferring this knowledge.
Chapter 8 | Kailin Kim
Kailin Kim and her husband have chosen to keep their family and beekeeping business in Kohala year-round to provide consistent pollination for backyard gardeners and local farms in their community. They also tackle something most of their fellow beekeepers do not – live hive removals.
Chapter 9 | Nick Kurosawa
For many local artists, their breakouts happen after leaving Hawai‘i to launch their music careers. Nick Kurosawa is looking to change that. His quest is not fame or fortune, as his aspirations have a much humbler objective — to elevate Hawai‘i’s music scene globally…and to do it all from home.
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Chapter 10 | Ka‘iulani Bowers
As a respected waterwoman and lifeguard for the City & County of Honolulu for over 10 years, Ka‘iulani Bowers is among the growing ranks of female lifeguards on the force. For Ka‘iulani, this isn’t just a job, it’s a lifestyle of perpetuating a mutual regard for others that extends warmth and caring with no obligation in return.