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Rehab Hospital of the Pacific

by on Jun.19, 2010, under Claire, Desmond, Jack, Jin, Kate, Locke, Offices, S6E11 Happily Ever After, S6E13 The Last Recruit, S6E14 The Candidate, S6E16 What They Died For, S6E17 The End, Sawyer, Sayid, Season 6, Sun, Urban Honolulu

The hospital that was the nexus of several storylines in the flash-sideways in Season 6 was the Nuuanu location of the Rehabilitation Hospital of the Pacific (226 North Kuakini Street). Jack and Juliet worked there, and patients included Claire, Locke, Sun, and Sayid’s brother. Visitors included Kate, Sawyer, Sayid, Nadia, Helen, and David. The location was also used to portray the care home where Anthony Cooper lived (“The Candidate, Ep. 6×14). (continue reading…)

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Sacred Hearts Academy

by on Mar.10, 2010, under Ben, Churches, Claire, Desmond, East Honolulu, Hurley, Jack, Jin, Kate, Locke, S5E05 This Place is Death, S5E06 316, S6E17 The End, Sawyer, Sayid, Season 5, Season 6, Sun, Urban Honolulu

One of the final scenes of “LOST,” in which most of the characters came together in the flash-sideways before “moving on” (Ep. 6×17, “The End”), was filmed inside the St. Margaret Mary Chapel at Sacred Hearts Academy (3253 Waialae Avenue) in Kaimuki. It was the same church where the “Lamp Post” station was hidden (Ep. 5×05, “This Place Is Death,” and Ep. 5×06, “316”). The grounds of Sacred Hearts Academy were used for several exterior shots in the same episodes. (continue reading…)

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Moli‘i Fishpond

by on Dec.22, 2009, under Jin, Parks, S1E17 In Translation, S3E16 One Of Us, S3E18 DOC, Season 1, Season 3, Sun, Windward

The picturesque waterfront where Jin meets his father and tells him about Sun (“In Translation,” Ep. 1×17), and where Sun meets Jin’s father (“D.O.C.,” Ep. 3×18) is the Moli‘i Fishpond near Kualoa Regional Park. This is also where the Galaga submarine arrived on the island (“One Of Us,” Ep. 3×16). Private property, accessible via guided tours at Tropical Farms. (continue reading…)

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Byodo-In Temple

by on Dec.21, 2009, under Jin, Parks, S1E06 House of the Rising Sun, S5E16 The Incident, Season 1, Season 5, Sun, Windward

The spectacular estate of Sun’s father (“House of the Rising Sun,” Ep. 1×06) is the Byodo-In Temple, part of the Valley of the Temples (47-200 Kahekili Hwy). Sun and Jin’s wedding was later revisited by Jacob (“The Incident,” Ep. 5×16). Admission in the form of a monetary donation is collected at the temple entrance. (continue reading…)

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Noela Street Home

by on Dec.18, 2009, under Homes & Apartments, S1E14 Special, S3E02 Glass Ballerina, Season 1, Season 3, Sun, Urban Honolulu

The home where Michael went to pick up Walt (”Special,” Ep. 1×14), and the home where Sun grew up (”Glass Ballerina,” Ep. 3×02) is “Pualeilani,” an 18,000-square-foot mansion on the slopes of Diamond Head (3131 Noela Pl). This is a private residence. (continue reading…)

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Ala Wai Canal

by on Dec.18, 2009, under Jin, S2E05 And Found, S2E16 The Whole Truth, Streets, Sun, Urban Honolulu, Waikiki

The spot where Jin and Sun first meet (“And Found,” Ep. 2×05), and the spot where Sun is confronted by their doctor (“The Whole Truth,” 2×16) are directly opposite each other along the Ala Wai Canal near the Kalakaua Ave. bridge. (continue reading…)

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Royal Garden at Waikiki Hotel

by on Dec.18, 2009, under Hotels, Jin, S2E05 And Found, Season 2, Sun, Urban Honolulu, Waikiki

The “Grand Seoul Hotel” where Jin briefly worked, and whose owner’s son courted Sun (“And Found,” Ep. 2×05), was the Royal Garden at Waikiki hotel (440 Olohana St.). (continue reading…)

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Hawaii Convention Center

by on Dec.18, 2009, under Offices, S1E05 White Rabbit, S1E06 House of the Rising Sun, S1E23 Exodus, S2E20 Two for the Road, Season 1, Season 2, Sun, Urban Honolulu

The bustling international airport in Sydney (“White Rabbit,” Ep. 1×05, “House of the Rising Sun,” Ep. 1×06, Exodus,” Eps. 1×23 and 1×24, and “Two for the Road,” Ep. 2×20) was played by the the gleaming steel and glass Hawaii Convention Center, which does bear a striking resemblance to an airport (1801 Kalakaua Ave.). (continue reading…)

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First Hawaiian Center

by on Dec.16, 2009, under Downtown, Jack, Offices, S1E17 In Translation, S3E01 A Tale of Two Cities, S3E02 Glass Ballerina, Season 1, Season 2, Season 3, Sun

The sleek, cavernous office of Sun’s father (”In Translation,” Ep. 1×17, “Glass Ballerina,” Ep. 2×02), and the lawyer’s office where Jack and Sarah argue (”A Tale of Two Cities,” Ep. 3×01), is the mezzanine gallery space inside First Hawaiian Center, the tallest building in the state (999 Bishop St.). (continue reading…)

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