Designed by Tash & Kaniela. A small family business operating out of their home in Mānoa, Hawaiʻi. Onepaʻa Hawaiʻi launched at the end of 2020 as an experiment and means to provide for their family.
The ʻulu tree, or breadfruit, is a symbol of growth and has been a staple for Hawaiians for nearly a thousand years. ʻUlu fruits are eaten, wood used for homes and canoes, bark made into cloth, and sap used for medicine and waterproofing. ʻUlu can live for a century and produce hundreds of pounds of fruit annually. When a child is born, an ʻulu tree is often planted for a lifetime of abundance.