Waikiki Magazine - - ISHOP -

The most re­cent ad­di­tion to the Waikiki con­ve­nience store scene is Law­son Sta­tion, which opened two stores in Waikiki last July—one in Sher­a­ton Waikiki and the other at Moana Surfrider.

In ad­di­tion to beach ne­ces­si­ties like tow­els and sun­screen and sou­venirs in­clud­ing Hawai‘i-made candy and cof­fee, Law­son Sta­tion also car­ries an im­pres­sive se­lec­tion of fresh foods. Dishes in­clud­ing tem­pura ben­tos, sushi, udon and soba are brought in fresh ev­ery day.

Law­son Sta­tion might be new store on the block here, but it’s a fa­mil­iar sight to many vis­i­tors. With hun­dreds of stores in China and In­done­sia and more than 10,000 in Ja­pan, Law­son Sta­tion will cer­tainly pro­vide a level of com­fort to many of Hawai‘I’s vis­i­tors.

“In Ja­pan, Law­son Sta­tion is very pop­u­lar,” ex­plains se­nior man­ager of sales and mar­ket­ing Shinya Kato. “[Ev­ery­body] knows Law­son. There are many Ja­panese vis­i­tors in Hawai‘i, so all of them know Law­son.”­

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