White sandy beaches, white waves breaking onto the shore, white clouds billowing in the sky – Shiroux, which means “white” in the Okinawan language, is where the gourmet world of chef Hiroyasu Kawate meets the food culture of Okinawa. Guests are invited to experience a dinner that can only be found at Halekulani Okinawa.
The rich and varied menu at this elegant fine dining restaurant includes kaiseki cuisine, shabu-shabu hot pot, which overflows with umami and sushi, available at the sushi counter.
3) House Without a Key
The iconic restaurant, a staple in Hawaii for many years, has now arrived in Japan as an all-day dining option. With comfortable outdoor terrace seating, guests can feel the gentle sea breezes, and exciting live entertainment will add color to the dining experience.
With its chic and elegant interiors, as the name suggests, this is the kingdom of delicious food, where guests can indulge in the rich umami of steak and wine and enjoy the dynamic flavor of the finest quality meat, carefully selected from domestic and overseas sources, cooked to perfection.
Located in the lobby of the Sunset Wing, this is the perfect spot to gaze out at the majestic sunset. The panorama of sky and sea, which magically changes color minute by minute before the darkness of night, is simply stunning. Guests can relax and enjoy a pre-dinner aperitif, or a nightcap before retiring to bed.
Hawaii and Okinawa both share a healing spirit from ancient times. At SpaHalekulani, a fusion of the soothing methods that have been cultivated from these two paradises. SpaHalekulani also features an all-seasons indoor pool and fitness gym, supporting the recovery of body and mind and helping guests enjoy a restorative stay.