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Seeing the Sunflowers in Waimanalo ハワイのひまわり

Sunflower Field 🌻 on Oahu

After I attended the Honolulu Board of Realtors Forum at Ala Moana to learn new short term rental law, I drove to Waimanalo to see the sunflowers. A couple of times of the year, the farm opens to the public to visit their beautiful sunflower field. The flowers are so huge and happy bright color. I bought two flowers and honey, which they also make there.

ハワイリアルター  の武田 麻美です。 今日は アラモアナで行われた 不動産業者フォーラムに参加して ハワイのエアビーの新しい法律を学んだ後 ハナウマベイの横を通り車で30分の所にあるワイマナロ という所にひまわりを見に行ってきました。 年に2回くらい このひまわり畑が一般公開されます。 自分の背より高いひまわりがそこらじゅうに! それはそれは綺麗でした。 2本 自宅用に購入して ついでにこの畑で作られている蜂蜜も購入して帰ってきました。 黄色って 見てるだけで 幸せな気分にしてくれます。

 

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Mami Takeda

Mami Takeda is a REALTOR,CIPS, CRS, CLHMS with Hawai'i Life. Fluent in Japanese and English, I credit my success to a deep understanding of Japanese culture, my sensitivity to cultural needs, and a desire to consistently exceed client expectations. I enjoy establishing lifelong relationships with my clients and helping them to enjoy a happy life in Hawaii. After graduating with a degree in music, I taught at Yamaha Music School and played flute and electric organ at a concert level. I also worked as a secretary to professors at Tokyo University, and upon my arrival to Hawaii, I fulfilled a similar role for the Dean of Chaminade University in Honolulu. I hope to encourage those around me to the highest level of customer service, with thoughtfulness, professionalism and a love of learning. I served for two years as President’s Liaison to Japan for the National Association of Realtors. I am a member of the National Association of Realtors, Hawaii Association of Realtors and Honolulu Board of Realtors, and a former member of the Hawaii International Real Estate Council. I’ve also continued my professional education, earning the prestigious real estate designations. 東京生まれ。1988年よりハワイに移住。不動産仲介20年以上の経験。 日英両語。クライアントに寄り添い売買の後も安心出来るサービスで定評。 長いお付き合いをしているクライアントが多い。 You can email me at mamitakeda@hawaiilife.com or via phone at (808) 228-0882.

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