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Hinone Mizunone

August 12, 2012

Teishoku, Rice & Everything Nice

Great Japanese food at an affordable price is available every day of the week at home-style restaurant Hinone Mizunone, and unlike regular Japanese restaurants, this establishment doesn’t close during the precious hours between lunch and dinner. Lunch is served from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., and from 5 to 9 p.m., the dinner menu becomes…

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July 15, 2012

Hinone Mizunone

Hinone Mizunone, a Japanese home-style restaurant, provides customers with plenty of Japanese favorites, as well as kamadakigohan, a traditional way of cooking rice that takes a lot of dedication to make. Dining Out caught up with Brant Yamamoto and Wayne Tanaka for lunch one day at Hinone Mizunone. Both have their regular dishes that they…

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June 10 - 16, 2012

Tempura Temptation

Hopefully regular readers know that the mission of Veg’nOut is to visit Island restaurants to find meatand fish-free fare. If you’ve just started reading Dining Out (and we’re so glad you did), then now you know. It’s a service to both the reader and our supporting restaurants, as there are times when you would like…

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May 6 - 12, 2012

Hinone’s Delicious Harmonies

Like yin and yang, Hinone Mizunone creates an ideal harmony that has worked since the restaurant’s inception in 2008.

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April 15 - 21, 2012

Hinone Happiness

Determining whether or not a certain food is “delicious” is subjective based on differing taste buds and opinions. However, here at Hinone Mizunone on South King Street, there’s a mutual understanding by loyal diners that Hinone’s cuisine is some of the best. This family-friendly establishment is owned by Japanese restaurant giant Fujio Food Systems, and…

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March 18 - 24, 2012

Traditional Culinary Concepts at Hinone

At Hinone Mizunone on South King Street (near Cosmo-Yajima service station), you can enjoy home-style cooking Japanese style in a comfortable setting with some extra special touches. Starting with the rice, or in Hinone Mizunone’s case, the kamadaki gohan, which is cooked in an old-fashion rice cooker called an ogama that has to be carefully…

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February 19 - 25, 2012

Quality Comfort Food

Although Hinone Mizunone is the Hawaii progeny of a Japanese food chain, operations manager Eiki Tamaki doesn’t consider the restaurant’s cuisine to be standard Japanese fare. Instead, he says it’s homestyle Japanese cooking — and that the King Street eatery is more of a mix of authentic Japanese food and local-style eats. The result is…

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Kicking Off the New Year With Traditional, Cultural Cuisine

Happy New Year, Ono readers! Now that 2011 has officially come to a close, it’s time for a new lease on life — and your appetite. Last year was grand, and I’m quite optimistic as to what this new year will bring — hopefully it will be full of promise and lots and lots of…

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November 13 - 19, 2011

Sushi Mecca

Hinone Mizunone has been a growing favorite in Hawaii for nearly four years, and much of the reason is because of its dedication to serving home-style Japanese comfort food. “Home-style cooking to me is about having good times with friends and family in a comfortable place,” says operations manager Eiki Tamaki. Some of Hinone Mizunone’s…

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October 30 - November 5, 2011 , ,

Me So Ono for Miso!

In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month, I’ve recently set a goal to better my health and well-being. And on a mission to get there, I’m trying my best to work out in a way that I enjoy, and embrace foods that are nutritious and delicious. While spending some time doing research on healthy foods,…

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