Find produce and more on
Tuesdays 4-6 pm
Located on the lowest level of the parking lot at Kaiser High School, the market is a fundraising program for Kaiser High School PTSA.
COVID-19 UPDATE: Per the city’s emergency order, non-medical face masks are required for all marketgoers and vendors. Face masks include any type of face covering, including scarves or bandanas. Marketgoers also are asked to remain 6 feet from each other, and to approach vendor booths one at a time unless noted.
This Week’s Vendors
Please note that the info below may change prior to, or on, market day.
See photos from the July 7 market at the bottom, below vendors.
Plant Exchange takes place this week, July 14!
Come and visit the
Kaiser PTSA booth!
Cougar ohana, show your support – we have face masks and a variety of home baked treats. Over the past five years, the PTSA has given over $105,000 to improve the Kaiser HS experience!
Olay’s Thai Food Express
Authentic Thai cuisine offered as bowls and plates, as well as Thai side dishes and drinks.
Teruya Andagi and Bento
Japanese restauranteur brings his bento boxes and mini packs that can be preordered.
Let’s Grow Hawaii
Fresh produce from an organization that also offers produce CSA and delivery.
Mahiku Farms Waimanalo
Wide selection of fresh produce including vegetables, fruits and herbs.
Japanese style BBQ pre-order with pickup at the market, plus market specials.
Kazan Ramen Express
Trio of Japanese restaurants on island offer rotating bento boxes as well as Kara-Miso ramen.
Cloth Face Masks
Mother-daughter sewing team offers washable face masks in two sizes.
Swedish Apple Pies
Delicious apple pies in full and half sizes, as well as other baked goods such as cookies.
Young Life Camp Coffee
100% of the sale of this North Shore-roasted coffee goes to outreach camps for kids.
Any Kine Snax
Freeze-dried treats Skittles and Orange Creamsicles, no-touch door openers and more.
Entrepreneurial brother and his three younger sisters make a variety of homemade crafts.
Hawaii Kai farm sells a Hawaiian Rainbow Salad Mix and Japanese cucumbers at the market.
The Pig & The Lady
Popular Vietnamese restaurant offers a wide selection of fare on its farmers market menu.
Hawaiian Sweet Collection
Hawaii Kai confectioner offers okoshi and cookies in several flavors.
Popular bakery brings their food truck with sweet and savory pies, and other desserts.
Mama Ju Cookies
Hawaii Kai home baker offers two sizes of bags for her popular azuki bean cookies.
I Heart Poke
Islandwide poke delivery service will be selling its fresh poke bowls at the market.
Handmade kimchi and sweet treats including cookies and tarts in a variety of unique flavors.
Local home baker offers yummy breads and cakes in several flavors including mango.
C4 Table by Chef Colin Hazama
Local chef offers upscale comfort food and sides such as Garlic Shrimp Truck Scampi.
Waikiki chef shares his favorite dishes including his popular smoked marlin and meat.
Marketgoer-turned-vendor offers face masks designed in Hawaii and made in Vietnam.
Luxury handcrafted soaps with
all natural ingredients made in Hawaii.
Handcrafted, grain-free and preservative-free treats for your pets.
Artist Solana creates handmade jewelry including beaded earrings and rings.
- Shaka Shave Ice
- Fresh lychees from the Big Island
- Bread, manju, and bakes
- Kaji’s Kitchen (smoked fish and meat) – every other week (7/14)
- Prune Mui, Butter Mochi, Banana Bread
Plant Exchange every second Tuesday
Hawaii Kai Auntie hosts this monthly casual exchange where neighbors can swap plants, pick up free seeds and discuss gardening.
For updates on the upcoming month’s exchange, go to her website at eastoahu96825.com
Scenes From the July 7 Market
Interested in becoming a vendor?
We are always open to new vendors! Booths are $25 per event, and all proceeds benefit the Henry J. Kaiser High School Parent Teacher Student Association.
If you would like a booth, please click here to email the Kaiser High School PTSA.