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Japanese gardeners help rebuild stone beaches at Liliuokalani Park and Gardens.

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With a little help from Japan: Stone beaches rebuilt in Liliuokalani Park
With a little help from Japan: Stone beaches rebuilt in Liliuokalani Park

After over two years of planning, four gardeners from Japan traveled to Hilo and built two suhama, or stone beaches, at Liliuokalani Park and Gardens.


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