Hawaii's restaurants and bars
(L) An airport restaurant in the Honolulu International Airport. The sign plate 'Smoking Prohibited in Law' is on the wall.
(R) No smoking sign plate was placed under the airport bar neon light.
(L) A restaurant/bar at Princeville, Kauai Island, Hawaii. (R) A sign board at the entrance of a bar.
(L) The entrance sign plate at the Paradise Bar & Grill, Princeville, Kauai Island, Hawaii.
'Mahalo' is a Hawaiian language saying thank you.
(R) Sea and hill along the north coast line of Kauai.
(L)The interior of the Chinese restaurant at Ching Young Village Shopping Center, Kauai Island.
(R) No smoking at the outside terrace seats of the same food store.
(L) An information board describing that no smoking in the shopping center. The maximum fine is $50.
(R) No smoking entrance sign board. Smoking is also inhibited at a terrace seat.
(L) No smoking sign board is placed in the center of snack shop at the Waikiki Beach. (R) The Waikiki Branch of Honolulu Police.
A Haagen-Dazs shop at the Waikiki Beach
(L) A seafood restaurant in Kona, Hawaii. Delicious dishes and smoke-free. That is the most important factors in all restaurants.
(R) A terrace seat is also smoke-free.
(L) An outside seat of restaurant floating on the water is smoke-free. No smoking sign plate on the pillar
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(R) A grocery store at Hilo, Big Island.
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This information was provided by the Smokefree Hotel and Travel.
The photographs were taken in March, and the article was written in April 2007,
by Junhaku Miyamoto, M.D., PhD.