The Tomikawa/Hakoda Store is a one-and-a-half story Kona coffee style structure. It is the accumulation of two rectangular highway fronting stores with an open porch. The walls are finished primarily with 1 X 6 inch vertical tongue and groove boards. The roof is a characteristic split pitched corrugated metal membrane, sloping over the open porch. The interior is typical of the coffee plantation style with its Douglas fir flooring, vertical single walls, horizontal chair rail and ceiling molding, and both canec and tongue and groove ceiling. The Tomikawa/Hakoda Store is significant for its associations with the Japanese immigrant history of Halualoa.
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