Yamamoto & Inouchi

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Our Location & Hours

Ala Moana Building

We are located on the 11th floor of the Ala Moana Building  right in the heart of Honolulu. Our office is directly adjacent to the Ala Moana Shopping Center. With ample parking located in the shopping center, our office is easily accessible by car and public transportation. We are open five days a week including Saturdays.

Our Hours

Monday: 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday: 8:30 am – 5:00 pm
Thursday: Closed
Saturday: 8:30 am – 1:30 pm
Sunday: Closed

Our office is closed on most state and federal holidays. We are open through lunch, but no appointments are scheduled between noon and 1:00 p.m. If you need any eyeglass adjustments, repairs, have contacts or glasses to pick up, or need assistance ordering eyeglasses, no appointment is necessary as one of our staff members is always present


Our office is closed on most state and federal holidays.

Adjustments & Pick-Up

If you need any eyeglass adjustments, repairs, have contacts or glasses to pick up, or need assistance ordering eyeglasses, no appointment is necessary.

Vintage Bausch & Lomb: B&L5024


Before Ray Bans, they were Bausch and Lombs.  Here is an example of a classic pair of Ray Ban Wayfarers  B&L 5024’s.   Stamped B&L glass lenses, riveted hinges and the black cat eyes are true American classics.

Old Raybans that were originally made by Bausch & Lomb are a classic piece of Americana.  This sunglass was manufactured in the USA and has glass B&L G-15 lenses.   This design has been around since the 50′s and will likely be around for a number of years.  Who hasn’t seen a Wayfarer?

  • Mfg: B&L Rayban -USA
  • Name: 5024 – Wayfarer
  • Style: UNISEX
  • Circa: 1980′s
  • Frame material:  Acetate
  • Temples material: Acetate
  • Frame color: BLACK
  • Lens color:  G-15 (Glass

Clues to a healthy heart can be found in your eyes.

Healthy Heart Healthy Eyes


Did you know your eyes may help show how healthy your heart is? A yearly eye exam does more than check your vision – it can help detect signs of chronic conditions like high blood pressure or diabetes that could lead to heart disease.

Schedule a comprehensive eye exam so we can keep your heart pumping and your eyes seeing. And in the meantime, here are 5 things you can start doing today to show your eyes and your heart more love:

  • Exercise regularly
  • Get enough sleep
  • Don’t smoke
  • Eat a heart-healthy diet
  • Reduce stress

Schedule an appointment today! 

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Dr. Dan’s New Years Recommendations

New Year's Resolution. Take Care of Your EyesLooking for a healthy new year’s resolution? Don’t overlook your eyes. An eye exam gives the doctor the perfect view of the eyes’ blood vessels and optic nerves, both of which can give away signs of chronic diseases like diabetes, high blood pressure and even some cancers years before a person shows symptoms. Schedule your exam today! #newyearsresolution #eyehealth #eyehealthmatters

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Once again, here are my suggestions for 2024 New Year’s Resolutions to keep your eyesight sharp, and your eyes comfortable all year long:

  • Everyone: Have regular eye exams.  Don’t forget how important it is to have healthy eyes.
  • Computer users:  Take frequent breaks and don’t forget to blink.   Your blink rate drops significantly while you are on the computer.  BLINK, BLINK, BLINK.
  • Smokers: This year again, stop smoking.  Smoking increases your risk for both cataracts and age related macular degeneration.
  • Contact lens wearers: Don’t sleep in your contact lenses and replace your disposable contact lenses regularly .
  • Everybody: Watch your weight and your blood pressure.
  • Diabetics: Control your blood glucose.  Diabetics have an increased risk for diabetic retinopathy, cataracts, and glaucoma.
  • Everybody: Take a daily multi-vitamin loaded with antioxidants.
  • Athletes: Use protective eye wear made of durable polycarbonate lenses.
  • Everybody: Wear sunglasses with 100% UV protection.
  • Everybody: Know your family history for glaucoma and other eye disorders.
  • Travelers: Frequently apply artificial tears when in-flight.  That long flight to Las Vegas will dry yours eyes. They don’t call it the “red eye” for nothing.
  • Young males: Stay away from firecrackers this New Year’s.

Have a Happy and Safe New Year. See all of you in 2024.