Ho`opulapula Haraguchi Rice Mill
Ho`opulapula Haraguchi Rice Mill is a 501c(3) nonprofit agrarian museum located in the taro fields of Hanalei Valley. It is listed on the National Historic Register of Historic Places and dates back to the 1800s. It is the ONLY remaining rice mill in ALL of HAWAI`I!
Learn about Hawaii’s agriculture and cultural history, view endangered native water birds, and explore the cultivation and uses of taro, a traditional Polynesian food source. Then enjoy a complimentary picnic lunch featuring unique items prepared with taro grown on the very farm you visit.
Reservations for the ecotour are required; please do not go onto the property – reservations are made at the Hanelei Taro and Juice Company lunchwagon, support local farmers by stopping and eating at the lunch wagon in Hanalei. Please no trespassing in respect to the endangered birds nesting areas. All tours support preservations efforts.
The Hanalei Taro and Juice Co. lunchwagon is open daily from 11 am – 3 pm at 5-5070A Kuhio Highway, Hanalei, HI 96714 and close for nonprofit educational programs and flash foods. You can call ahead at 808.651.3399 ext1.
The Hoʻopulapula Haraguchi Rice Mill is a 501c(3) nonprofit organization and has been providing education programs for students across the state of Hawaiʻi for over 36 years. Guest tours, donations, and gift shop purchases help support education programs and restoration efforts. Please follow @HanaleiTaro on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter for updates!
Mahalo (Thank you)!