Aloha Stadium is the largest stadium in the state of Hawaii and home to the University of Hawaii Rainbow Warriors Football Team. Operated by the Hawaii Stadium Authority since opening in 1975, the stadium also acts as a gathering place for concerts and special sporting events. Schools in District 31 like Aiea High School and Radford High School regularly use the arena for their graduation ceremonies. In its entirety, the stadium has a seating capacity of approximately 50,000 people.
Sumida Farms is Hawaii's largest watercress producer, and has been in operation by the Sumida family since 1928. Nestled along Kamehameha Highway and next to the Pearlridge Shopping center, the farm boasts a unique location and has long been a hallmark of the community. The farm is responsible for approximately 70 to 75 percent of the state's watercress production.
Moanalua Gardens is a privately-owned park located next to Tripler Medical Center in Moanalua. The park is home to a number of unique features, including a cottage once owned by the future King Kamehameha V and the Hitachi tree, a large monkey-pod tree whose rights are currently licensed for world-wide use by Hitachi. Ltd, a major Japanese electronics manufacturer. The park's wide green spaces and natural beauty make it a popular place for gatherings and major events.
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