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...and a stop at the Hawaii State Art Museum for the free visit and the not so free lunch at the very nice cafe.

I really liked this. The title card read "Masami Teraoka employs the Japanese ukiyo-e (prints of the floating world) style to expose the follies of modern society. From the Waves and Plagues series, the watercolor features a ronin as a Japanese tourist and a blond woman at Hawaii's popular marine life sanctuary, Hanauma Bay. The pair engage in dialogue that comments on the economy and unemployment rates in Hawaii and Japan."
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