Click on image to learn more about the Kini Stone from Nowlin Correa
Kini . . . is a female rock that attracted the akule and oio fish to this place . . . There is a slight depression
on it where awa used to be poured before the fishermen went to fish. The first fish caught was always laid
on it when they returned. The last man to put akule fish on the sone was Kaalele, a man from Maui who came here to live.
Charles Aiona, Informant, Sept. 14, 1939
Oahu Place Names