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IMUA Ukulele Inc.

875 Waimanu St. #108, Honolulu HI 96813
Tel: 1-808-691-9469
Fax: 1-808-356-0911
like@imua–ukulele.com

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  • Imua Ukulele inc's Entire staff gathered around a fresh gigantic Koa wood log from the Big Island!

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Imua Ukulele Inc

Hawaiian solid curly Koa ukulele

Imua ukuleles are made in Hawaii from solid Hawaiian Koa wood. Imua ukulele make soprano, concert, and tenor sizes with the cutaway option and also MiSi and Fishman passive and active pickup options. Imua Ukulele also offers a Hawaiian koa curly optional upgrade in regular curly Hawaiian koa and master grade Hawaiian koa.

We encourage you to visit Hawaii and see our ukulele factory. While in Hawaii you should be sure to visit not only our Imua Ukulele factory, but also take the time to visit Kamaka Ukulele, KoAloha Ukulele, Koolau Ukulele, Kanilea Ukulele, G-string Ukulele, Kelii Ukulele, Sonny-D Ukulele and so many others.

Be sure to visit all the different ukulele dealers in Hawaii also who sell not only many local models but also Martin Ukuleles, Big Island Ukuleles, Pono, Anuenue, and many others. Some of the dealers are Easy Music Center, Island Guitars, Harry’s Music, Good Guys, PuaPua and PoePoe in Waikiki. If you are on Maui be sure to visit Lahaina where there are so many ukulele dealers such as Bounty Music and Lahaina Music. While on the Island of Hawaii, or the Big Island, be sure to visit Hilo Guitars and Agasa music stores as well as some of the Big Island manufacturers like Pegasus guitars and ukuleles or Moore Bettah Ukuleles. While on Kauai be sure to visit Scotty’s Music.

Be sure to come during one of the many events like the Ukulele Picnic in the Spring or the Roy Sakuma’s Ukulele Festival in July. If you are looking for lessons, there is the Ukulele Hale by Jodi Kamisato as well as the Roy Sakuma Ukulele School. You can also find free lessons at places like PuaPua Ukulele shop in the Sheraton and Moana Surfrider hotels.

There are so many manufacturers, dealers, schools, and event surrounding the ukulele you could spend your entire time in Hawaii just doing things ukulele related. So come, enjoy and Kanikapila! Mahalo.