SALT at Our Kaka'ako
No party in Hawaii is complete without amazing food! For one night only, the U.S.-Japan Council will bring together local chefs to showcase our distinct regional cuisine that celebrates diverse ethnic flavors with fresh local ingredients. Buy your tickets today and join us for this special event in the heart of vibrant Honolulu! This event is open to the public. “Kau Kau” is a Hawaiian pidgin phrase for “food” or “to eat” and is used among many different ethnicities in Hawaii. The word comes from the plantation-era when people from all over the world came to Hawaii to work in the sugar cane fields.