The Menehunes Visit Heavenly Restaurant in Waikiki

In this video, The Menehunes went to Heavenly Restaurant for their mom’s birthday. It’s an organic restaurant located in the middle of Waikiki. They ordered Acai Bowl with Mixed Berries, Eggs Benedict with Local Shinsato Pork Belly, Big Island Honey French Toast with Mixed Berries and Hainanese Organic Chicken Rice. They were all delicious! It was an awesome day for the Menehunes and their mom.
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Walking Around Ginza with The Menehunes

In this video, The Menehunes visited Ginza. It is a district of Chūō, Tokyo, located south of Yaesu and Kyōbashi, west of Tsukiji, east of Yūrakuchō and Uchisaiwaichō, and north of Shinbashi. It is a popular upscale shopping area of Tokyo, with numerous internationally renowned department stores, boutiques, restaurants and coffeehouses located in its vicinity. Ginza is recognized by many as one of the most luxurious shopping districts in the world, attracting visitors and regulars alike from across the globe. The Menehunes stayed at the Hotel Monterey Lasoeur Ginza. This modern hotel is a 3-minute walk from Ginza-itchōme subway station, 3 km from the landmark Tokyo Tower and 4 km from the Tokyo Imperial Palace. Featuring Parisian-inspired decor, the stylish rooms offer flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi and mini fridges, plus tea and coffee making facilities. Upgraded rooms add sitting areas. American breakfast (fee) is served in an airy, European-style restaurant that has a glassed-in terrace. Parking is available for a surcharge. During their stay in Ginza, they went to different shops and restaurants like Garrett Popcorn chops, Calbee Plus Tokyo Station, McDaniel Hamburgers at Gundam Café, Benitora Deli, Tamagotchi Store Tokyo, Tower Mini Tokyo Station, Moni Moni Animals shop, Hello Kitty Shop, Pokemon Store, Miffy Style and To Store. Walking around Ginza was really fun!
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The Menehunes at the Seattle Pacific Science Center

In this video, The Menehunes explored Pacific Science Center. It is a science museum located in Seattle, Washington and designed by Minoru Yamasaki for the 1962 World’s Fair in Seattle. It teaches children and adults about environmental stewardship, wetland ecology and nature awareness. The Menehunes enjoyed the exhibits there. First was the Outdoor Exhibits. Koko walked in the giant water wheel in Water Works. After that, they visited the Insect Village. They saw some giant robotic insects, live animal displays and arthropods. Next was the Animal exhibit, they discovered live creatures of all kinds, like reptiles, amphibians and mammals, including a colony of East African naked mole rats. Next destination was the Tropical Butterfly House. They enjoyed year-round sunshine in the Tropical Butterfly House! In temperatures of low 80s and 60-70% humidity, watched exotic butterflies fly, sun themselves and feed among tropical flowers and saw new butterflies emerge in the chrysalis viewing window. Last but not least was the Dinosaurs exhibit entitled A Journey Through Time. They met dinosaurs from the Mesozoic Era and saw how animatronic dinosaurs work. It was a great educational adventure for the Menehunes!
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The Menehunes at Seattle Pier and Pikes Place Market

In this video, The Menehunes went to Seattle Pier. It is also known as Pier 57, originally Pier 6. It is located in Seattle, Washington near the foot of University Street. Currently under private ownership, the pier is now a tourist attraction with gift shops, tourist attractions, and restaurants. Koko and Buddy saw Ellenos Real Greek Yogurt, Pikes Place Market and Captain America’s Bike ride. In addition, they rode the famous Seattle Great wheel. It is a giant Ferris wheel with an overall height of 175 feet (53.3 m); it was the tallest Ferris wheel on the West Coast of the United States when it opened on June 29, 2012. Each car of the Ferris wheel can accommodate 8 people and you can ride it up to three times. The ride costs 13 dollars for teens and 15 dollars for adults. It was a great ride for the Menehunes.
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Another Day In Seattle with The Menehunes

In this video, The Menehunes explored Seattle. First, they went to Westlake Park. It is a 0.1-acre (400 m2) public plaza in downtown Seattle, Washington, USA. They enjoyed playing exciting games like the Zorb ball, shooting game, ladder golf and the fun climbing structure. They got some free healthy and nutritious bananas from the Community Banana Stand. After that, they went to the playground and had fun there. They loved and tried all the playground equipment. And last but not the least; they visited the Pikes Place Market. It is a public market overlooking the Elliott Bay waterfront in Seattle, Washington, United States. The Market opened August 17, 1907, and is one of the oldest continuously operated public farmers’ markets in the United States. The Market is built on the edge of a steep hill, and consists of several lower levels located below the main level. Each features a variety of unique shops such as antique dealers, comic book and collectible shops, small family-owned restaurants, and one of the oldest head shops in Seattle. The upper street level contains fishmongers; fresh produce stands and craft stalls operating in the covered arcades.
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Kyndra at the Seattle Aquarium – Part 2

In this video, It’s the continuation of the Menehunes’ visit to Seattle Aquarium. In this part, Kyndra saw the large shark display. In addition, she saw some cute harbor seals, playful sea otters, dory (fish) and some sleeping river otters. Furthermore, Kydra visited the Seattle Aquarium’s gift shop. You can buy lots of stuffs there like books, toys and many more. It was a cool adventure!
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Kyndra at the Seattle Aquarium – Part 1

In this video, Kyndra went to the Seattle Aquarium. It is a public aquarium opened in 1977 and located on Pier 59 on the Elliott Bay waterfront in Seattle, Washington, USA. It is accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA). The aquarium promotes marine conservation and instructs over 800,000 visitors each year, including 50,000 students, to learn about their impacts on marine life. Kyndra saw lots of beautiful fishes. In addition, she saw the Window on Washington Waters. It is a 120,000-US-gallon (450,000 l) tank created as part of the 2007 expansion. It is meant to replicate the coastal waters of Washington state from about 5 to 60 feet (1.5 to 18.3 m), and feature native marine life including salmon, rockfish, and sea anemones. There are dive shows which take place several times a day. Divers wearing special masks are able to converse with visitors. Aside from that, Kyndra also saw some star fish, sea urchins, white moon jellies, the giant octopus and the octopus exhibit. It was a fun-filled adventure!
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Kyndra at the Richard T. Mamiya Science Adventure Center

In this video, the Menehunes visited the Richard T. Mamiya Science Adventure Center at the Bishop Museum. It’s a 16,500-square-foot, three-floor gallery that opened in November 2005, offers a number of interactive and hands-on exhibits for children to explore Hawai’s unique natural environment.The Menehunes saw the giant volcano. It’s a realistic-looking volcano “erupts” several times a day, spewing what looks like hot molten lava. Furthermore, they also saw some preserved animals and insects like butterflies, Wekiu Bug and the Wolf Spider. The adventure was very educational.
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Seattle Hawaii Festival 2016

In this video, the Menehunes joined the Seattle Hawaii Festival 2016. It was held at the Seattle Center. This festival lets you experience the cultural roots and contemporary influences of Hawaii through live performances like the Hula Kahiko Kawika (Hawaiian traditional dance) and great music from other musicians. In addition, this event also has lots of food trucks like Ohana BBQ, PAC ISLAND GRILL and Sam Choy’s Poke to the Max. The Menehunes ate Ahi Tuna Poke Salad and Aloha Chicken from Sam Choy’s Poke to the Max. Furthermore, this event has awesome playground for the kids and great Hawaiian goodies.
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The Menehunes visit the Techstars HQ

For today’s video, the Menehunes visited the Techstars HQ. It is a Worldwide Network that helps entrepreneurs succeed. Through the Techstars Worldwide Entrepreneur Network, founders and their teams are able to connect to other entrepreneurs, experts, mentors, alumni, investors, community leaders, and corporate partners that will help their companies grow. The Menehunes checked out the cool headquarter of Teachstars and did many fun activities like playing table tennis. They also presented The Menehune Hat Clip to the Techstars. Furthermore, the Menehune Hat Clip won 2nd place at the Startup Weekend Honolulu Global Startup Battle 2015.
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The Menehunes at Vertical World Seattle

In this video, the Menehunes went to the Vertical World in Seattle. It is the America’s First Climbing Gym that provides a unique training facility and specialized programs for youth and adults within the communities. Vertical World accommodates a variety of offerings beyond just programs to learn how to rock climb, but performance and educational programs in fitness, yoga, and custom group events including birthday parties, school or church groups, corporate events, private parties, and youth camps. The Menehunes tried wall climbing and they successfully reached the top. They also played foosball. Fantastic!
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Kyndra at the Bishop Museum Castle Memorial Building

In this video, the Menehunes visited the Bishop Museum Castle Memorial Building to see the exhibit. The theme was Sweet: A Tasty Journey. Bishop Museum unveils the fun-filled and colorful world of candy. The exhibit was about the history, fantasy and science behind the candy industry. The Menehunes saw some pictures of Willy Wonkas, the creator of some of our most beloved treats. In addition, they saw the Atomic Fireball, Jelly Belly’s Beanboozled Factory, Jelly Belly mosaics, Gumball feeder and the 20-foot Rock Candy Mountain which dazzles with interactive games, giant crystals and a working mine. It was a sweet adventure!
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Walking Around Tokyo with The Menehunes

In this video, the Menehunes visited some beautiful and interesting places in Tokyo Japan during their trip. They went to Centurion Hotel Residential Akasaka, Akasaka Biztower, Ameya-Yokocho and Tokodaiji Temple. They saw the cool LED-lit stairs. Then, they visited some train stations like Akasaka Station, Hibiya Station and Taito Station Ameyoko. On their way, they tried the Food themed UFO catcher. After that, they ate some yummy taiyaki. And lastly, Koko got a really relaxing foot massage. It was a memorable trip in Japan.
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The Menehunes at the Make-A-Wish Jingle Bell Run

In this video, the Menehunes joined the JINGLE ROCK RUN for Make-A-Wish Hawaii. This was the 4th annual Jingle Rock Run. It was held at Downtown Honolulu, Hawaii State Capitol. The Make-A-Wish Hawaii grants the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions to enrich the human experience with hope, strength and joy. In addition, this JINGLE ROCK RUN was done to spread hope, strength and joy through the power of a wish. All proceeds benefit Make-A-Wish Hawaii. The Menehunes really enjoyed this fun filled family friendly event.
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Tokyo Street Food with The Menehunes

In this video, the Menehunes tried some street foods in Tokyo Japan. First, they went to Marion Crepes and tasted some sweet crepes. Second, they went to Tomi Ice Cream and tried the Sakura and Mango flavored ice cream. Then, they had the Jumbo Doner Kebab and lastly, they ate some delicious taiyaki. It was a wonderful street food trip!
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Lion Dance at the Ala Moana Shopping Center

In this video, the Menehunes went to the Ala Moana Shopping Center to watch the Lion Dance. It is very important for the celebration of Chinese New Year also know as the Lunar New Year. It is an important centuries-old tradition that is widely celebrated in the Hawaiian Islands. On that day, shoppers are invited to make way for good fortune and usher in the “Year of the Rooster” with great performances from excellent lion dancers. It was a magnificent Chinese New Year!
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The Menehunes at Samurai Lounge

In this video, the Menehunes had a breakfast buffet at Samurai Lounge in Tokyo Japan during their trip. Samurai Lounge has a wide selection of great food and drinks so you can choose whatever you want. They also have cool samurai stuff on display. It was an amazing breakfast for the Menehunes.
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The Menehunes at the 2017 Punahou Carnival

In this video, the Menehunes went to the Punahou Carnival. It’s an annual family event in Honolulu Hawaii. They had fun riding the famous Fire Ball, Roller Coaster and Merry Go Round. They enjoyed different games. Also, Koko, Eli and Kyndra tried their luck in the Wheel of Fortune. Luckily, they won lots of coupons and received cool prizes. It was an amazing event!
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Dinner at DO-ZO with The Menehunes

For today’s video, the menehunes had their dinner at Do-Zo, a restaurant located in Tokyo Japan. It serves different kinds of Japanese food. The menehunes ate Omakase Aburi 3 – Shu – Mori, Salmon Negitoro Donburi, Mizore Udon Noodles with Shirmp Tempura and the special kid’s meal. They really enjoyed their dinner. It was awesome!
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The Menehunes at Yamashiroya Toy Store

In this video, the Menehunes visited the Yamashiroya Toy Store during their trip in Tokyo Japan. They saw many different kinds of toys like Star Wars musical toys, lego, Hello Kitty stuffs, Olaf and other Disney toys, Studio Ghibli stuffs and Robot toys. They had a great time seeing those cute and interesting toys from Yamashiroya Toy Store.
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Can a Princess Open a Royal Kinder Egg?

In this video, Princess Kyndra and Princess Eliana open Royal Kinder eggs! A Kinder Egg is plastic egg that has 2 sides, one side has a little toy and the other has chocolate. We will find out if it is good or bad!

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Will Kids Like Teddy’s Bigger Burgers in Hawaii Kai?

Join us, The Menehunes, as we check out Teddy’s Bigger Burgers in Hawaii Kai. We went to Teddy’s because it is Buddy’s favorite place to eat burgers. Wondering if kids will like Teddy’s Bigger Burgers? Watch the video and find out! Please SUBSCRIBE to our channel for more awesomeness. Also follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.
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