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Rescue Your Stuff

We’ve scoured Honolulu for the quickest, easiest and most reliable repair ideas. If you don’t need this now, count your blessings and bookmark this story for future use—sooner or later, you’ll have to fix your stuff.


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Problem:

Your piano’s sound is way off-key.

Solution: For more than 20 years, Yoshi Nishimura has not only serviced the instruments of concert pianists performing with the Honolulu Symphony, he’s traveled the world to cater to such classical music stars as Vladimir Ashkenazy. Nishimura studied at the Yamaha Corp.’s Piano Factory Apprenticeship Program in Japan, the world’s leading piano technician school, before opening his shop, Mozart House, in ‘Iwilei in 1976. “They do everything from A to Z,” says local producer and pianist Pierre Grill. “This is not a ‘fix it’ business, it is a total devotion and an art.” 720 Iwilei Road, Suite 324 , 537-3441.


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