LeaLea means "Joy" "Happiness"
In Hawaiian, LeaLea means "happiness" and "joy". The "honu" and a plumeria lei intertwined into one represents the LeaLea trademark. The "honu" as they are called in Hawaiian, are green sea turtles that are believed to have brought the ancient Polynesian saliors to Hawaii. The plumeria lei with its enticing frangrance and elegant beauty warmly welcomes all visitors. With the LeaLea product line, HIS Hawaii strives to deliver happiness and joy to our valued customers.
LeaLea Exclusive Services
LeaLea Turtle Lagoon & LeaLea Train
Lea Lea Turtle Lagoon is located in Paradise Cove in Koolina on the west coast of Oahu. During the summer months, this lagoon is open exclusively to our customers. Geared towards families, customers can take the Lea Lea train and enjoy the serene lagoon waters while watching sea turtles.
LeaLea BBQ at Sheraton Waikiki
Started in July 2014, by popular demand, this Lea Lea exclusive BBQ was created for customers requesting a "local" style outdoor BBQ. BBQs are held 6 times a week.
LeaLea Afternoon Tea at Moana Surfrider
Mona Surfrider, whose elegance is called “First Lady of Waikiki,” is the hotel with the longest history. And the seafront "The Veranda Salon" offers afternoon tea, along with four suits, including LeaLea original macaroons.
LeaLea Exclusive Sunset Sailing at Hilton
Smooth sailing along the coast of Oahu's South Shore, the picturesque Diamond Head, and other landmarks can be viewed atop the catamaran. Guests enjoy the open air and sea breeze while enjoying drink with appetizers.
Situated on the 3rd floor of the Royal Hawaiian Center is the main LeaLea Lounge, approximately 600 m2 in size, which serves the central part of Hawaii to provide convenience and comfort to customers. The lounge offers free drinks, Wi-Fi, internet usage, a kids’ room, powder room among other services. LeaLea Lounges are also available inside the Hilton Hawaiian Village and Waikiki Beach Marriott. In total we provide three lounges in Hawaii and we continue to work to improve our services to please customers. Also we have LeaLea Hilton Lounge in Hilton Hawaiian Village, LeaLea Marriott Lounge in Waikiki Beach Marriott.
LeaLea Airport Lounge
While waiting for flights at Honolulu Airport, customers can relax at the LeaLea Lounge. Light meals and drink services including alcohol, free Wi-Fi, flight information, a kids’ room and other services are provided.
With the most trolley routes and stops on Oahu, we run from the center of Honolulu, Waikiki, to Kahala and to downtown. Our 14 routes includes stops in most desired destinations such as Diamond Head, and in the evenings east and west "dinner"routes takes you to the most coveted restaurants in Honolulu. In April, 2019, Lea Lea Trolley has the most routes and stops.
LeaLea Shuttle Service / LeaLea Airport Shuttle
For "Ciao" customers, this complimentary shuttle service offers transportation from the Honolulu Airport to Waikiki as well as free transportation from Lea Lea Lounges to various hotels.
LeaLea Market Originals
Come visit LeaLea Market Originals shop located at the entrance of Sheraton Waikiki (next to hallway to ALOHA LANDING Parking).Our guests can create their own beach sandals with various colors and lot of charms for you to choose – flowers, fruits, corals, sea shells, HONUs, alphabets, and “ALOHA”,”MAHALO” and “HAWAII” charms. Show your creativity, make the experience part of your best memories in Hawaii. Also, try our Hawaiian tropical slushy to refresh yourself and take one of suntan Hello Kitty plushes and sovenior goods to your home!
Since 2006, this free magazine available throughout Hawaii, has been publishing wide range of information useful to visitors. The 50th issue was published in October, 2018, as we continue to showcase hotspots around Hawaii including trendy restaurants, spas, hotels, optional tours, and special events. The first issue of Lea Lea magazine was published in October, 2014 Fall-Winter Vol. 1. Since then, Lea Lea Magazine is found throughout bookstores and convenience stores in Japan well as Amazon.co.jp., and our Shinjuku san-chome location.
An informational magazine dedicated exclusively for "Sky Hub" customers that showcases the shops, restaurants, and optional tours in Hawaii.
Island of Hawaii Magazine
For those visiting the island of Hawaii, this free magazine introduces optional tours, shops, and restaurants available on the island of Hawaii.
*Joint issue with Wincubic.com, Inc. "Aloha Street Editorial Department".
HI Scoop by LeaLea
For people who are not satisfied with typical information on Hawaii, we provide more in-depth information. According to the editor, Henachoko Shun, this information provides a slightly different taste of travel, tourism and original tours in Hawaii. The site offers a wealth of information that you will not find in regular guidebooks or informational sites.
Blogs from staff working in Hawaii branch offices that offer their personal experiences. Check out the blogs each day for the latest local news.
A site that allows customers in Japan to purchase popular items from Hawaii. Hawaiian variety goods and food introduced in the LeaLea magazine can be purchased from the internet. We have many select items chosen for customers.
Like! HAWAII | Facebook
Since October 2018 Like! Hawaii has gained a lot of interest with 61,225 Likes and 9,669 people writing in. For people interested in Hawaii, want to go or like Hawaii this is the place to freely exchange information.
A social network service that posts pictures allowing people to visually enjoy Hawaii.
LeaLea Smart Wi-Phone
A smart phone with Wi-Fi functions built in. All domestic calls inside the U.S. are free. Onece you are finished using the Smart Wi-Phone, you can return it to any one of our LeaLea lounge locations or at the airport. THere are pre-installed apps that will be helpful during your stay in Hawaii.
LeaLea Trolley App
A smartphone app that provides users with trolley information.
LeaLea Vacation Rentals
Affordable condos or single homes for long and short-term stays can be booked through pictured brochures and videos. From one-week stays to a month long stay, over 230 have booked with us. Japanese language assistance is available for your convenience.