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Hawaii Signs

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Kau Kau Korner [gone]
Honolulu, HI
Kau Kau Korner was also called the "The Crossroads of the Pacific" as evidenced by this neon sign which indicated how many miles and in which direction it was to the world's big cities. There was a 24-hour drive-in restaurant here called Kau Kau Korner that was replaced by Coco's coffee shop in 1960. Coco's was succeeded by a Hard Rock Café.

More Hawaii Signs:
Manago Hotel (Captain Cook)
Leonard's Bakery: 1, 2, 3 (Honolulu)
Like Like Drive Inn: 1, 2 (Honolulu)
Lock Doctor (Honolulu)
Trophy House (Honolulu)
Wo Fat Chop Sui (Honolulu)
Jesus Coming Soon (Lahaina)

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