Local favorite for Japanese Food. Can be crowded, especially during weekends and the Summer. Tourists do eat here too.
From the street, you would not have any idea of how big and nice looking Kintaro is in the inside. There are three large dining areas, including a traditional Japanese party room.
Dinner only: Besides sushi (extensive menu selection) and serving bentos, Kintaro also serves Teppanyaki.
Hawaiian Japanese Food tends to be sweeter (use more sugar) than traditional Japanese Food. You can tell the difference in Kintaro’s Yosenabe and Sukiyaki’s broths.
Portions are big. You won’t be hungry after finishing your meal.
Kid-friendly (have high chairs), but no diaper changing table in the women’s restroom.
There is a side ramp near the front entrance for those who needed it. Plus two parking lots, one next to the restaurant and the lot across the street.
Very popular sushi restaurant catering to locals and tourists. Food was fantastic! But be sure to make reservations. Good for large groups. It can get a little loud though. If the parking lots full use the one across the street -it’s their lot too.