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Kahuku Farms, Kahuku

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Farm · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot

Our on-site store offers an array of refreshing treats, farm harvested ice creams, sorbets, thirst quenching mango iced tea and delicious fresh fruit smoothies. The menu is topped with wholesome, farm fresh salads, and hearty panini sandwiches too. A medley of hand picked fruits and vegetables from our farm also available. Walking and tractor farms tours have started! Farm Tours run 11:30 am and 3:30 pm Fri. - Sun.

Bath and Body Products - Our uniquely rich and smooth bath products will soften and refresh your skin. Enjoy these products anytime, after bath, before bed time or after sun.

Culinary Products - Try these refreshingly new products for a delightful taste straight from the farm. Delicious alone or use them in your favorite recipes.

Visit us at KCC Farmers Market every Saturday as well! You'll be able to purchase our locally grown produce and products, featuring our Roasted Kahuku Corn brushed with our unique Island butters and seasoning.

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We're open every Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 5pm.


Kahuku Farms is a result of two farming families spanning back three generations in Hawaii. Descendents of the Matsuda/Fukuyama families migrated to Hawaii from Japan to work in the sugar plantations back in the 1900’s. Shinichi and Torie Matsuda started farming bell peppers, papayas, watermelon and bananas in Kahuku back in the 1940’s and were later joined by their son Melvin in the the 1960's. During a similar time Masatsugu and Nora Fukuyama, also of Kahuku, were farming watermelon, eggplant, papaya and cucumbers and were later joined by their son Clyde in 1965. Clyde and Melvin became long time friends and did several farming ventures together, one of which took them to Australia where they both worked for a year growing watermelons. With similar philosophies and goals, they both decided to merge the Matsuda and Fukuyama Farms in 1986 creating Kahuku Brand. Kahuku Brand is a company dealing primarily with growing and distributing Hawaii wholesale fruits and vegetables.

With the love of agriculture deeply rooted with both Mel and Clyde, they felt compelled to create a way to diversify and share the wonders and bounty of farming with friends and family, to educate, share and offer hands-on experiences that would enhance the quality of life and result in a deeper appreciation of agriculture as their purpose.

Thus, Kahuku Farms was created. A place intended for learning, enjoyment, and experience of diversified agriculture at its finest. In 2005, the daughter of Mel and Momi Matsuda, Kylie Matsuda agreed to champion the task of running the operations for Kahuku Farms. I feel honored and grateful to perpetuate our family’s future in farming, says Kylie. To share our generations of knowledge and history with others, in this amazing place that I’ve known as home is a dream I’m passionate to live. Kylie is a graduate of Kahuku High School and the Travel Industry Management School at the University of Hawaii.
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  • Grilled banana bread? Yaaas. We had the grilled banana bread with ice cream. Don't think. Eat it!! Deliciously warm, drizzled with vanilla caramel and vanilla haupia. It was amazing. We also had the.....  more »
  • Kahuku Farms probably served up the best acai bowl I've had. Homegrown acai, lighter in color. The lililkoi butter was a great addition. The banana bread was delicious as well.  more »
  • Really fresh and really good lunch. We were so disappointed the we’re closed on Tuesday but things worked out for us to drive out today. We had a really tasty veggie lunch and then indulged on the grilled banana bread. The banana bread was not oily like some banana breads and the Haupia and caramel really complimented the flavor.
  • We went on the farm tour. It was very informative, and our guide made sure we were all comfortable on a particularly hot and sunny day. The fruit sample at the end was much more than expected, and everything was delicious! Could not have had a better experience

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