This lists all the "plug-ins" for the Hawaii scenario (also known as the Waikiki scenario). As of this update, the listing is complete. ("TOWER" rating doesn't add new items).

NameCons. CostMaint. CostIn-Game DescriptionStars NeededComments
Ahabs$300,000$2,000/MCustomers can enjoy Hawaiian Seafood.*
Aloha Shop$200,000$1,200/MLocal Hawaiian apparel.*
BCD Mart$400,000$20,000/MThe convenience store of Hawaii.*A stand-in for the Hawaiian chain ABC Stores.
Big Country$200,000$2,000/MThe trendy steak house. It is very popular with young couples.*
Billboard$100,000----*Billboards can only be placed on tower exteriors.
Boat Deck and Tickets$1,000,000$50,000/MAn item to draw the people from outside of the structure. It can only be placed on the left side of floor B2.**
Burger Land$200,000$800/MThe fast food store where the young people come.*
Cathedral$3,000,000--The final item, which can only be placed on the top of the 45th floor***Also known as "Final".
Cigarette Vending Machine$5,000----*Always wondered why they had cigarette machines and not snack machines, this is a tourist spot with families.
Classic Movie Theater$300,000$1000/MThe movie theater you manage.**
Cocktail Lounge$100,000$500/MThe hotel guests enjoy the fashionable cocktail lounge.**
coffee.com$100,000$900/MThe coffee shop where people come from offices and shops.*Interestingly, "coffee.com" was (and is) owned by Peet's Coffee & Tea, but they never operated coffeeshops under that name.
Doctor's Office$500,000$50,000/QAn item to provide medical services to the residents.**Only necessary if you have condominiums.
Duty Free Shop$800,000$5,000/MDuty free shop with a wide variety.**This always made me wonder if an "airport terminal" location was planned.
Eiffel Tower$300,000$2,500/MAn upscale French Cuisine.**
Escalators$20,000$5,000/QA transit system to connect the adjacent floors.*
Floor$500/unit--An item to fill the space when an item is placed.*Basic empty space.
Flower Power$100,000$600/MThe flower shop.*In the U.S. Windows version, this becomes 1-800-FLOWERS (a real company).
Food Court$1,000,000$2,500/MVarious fast food booths.***I always thought the various restaurant stands I was building WAS the food court, and here they're condensing all that into a single structure?
Front Desk$100,000$10,000/QA tenant to manage the hotel rooms.*
Fruit Stand$200,000$800/MProviding fresh tropical fruit.**
GameWorks$2,000,000$10,000/MA hugely popular amusement center.***GameWorks was partially owned by Sega at the time, see the "Changes in the Japanese Version" page.
Gathering Area$500,000$50,000/QThe rest are in the structure where many people gather.***Ignoring that non-sensical description, this appears to be a lobby for the underground mall of the area of the structure. Contrary to the guide on the PC version, it appears that people DO become de-stressed here.
Hawaiian Condo$100,000--3-tourist residence for sale.*
Housekeeping$50,000$20,000/QA place for the employees to stand-by in before and after cleaning hotel rooms.*Odd punctuation theirs, not mine.
Ice Cream$100,000$300/MAlmost 31 flavors of ice cream.*Comment references real world ice cream store Baskin-Robbins.
Japanese Cuisine$300,000$2,000/MPopular among the hotel guests.**
Jenny's$500,000$3,000/MA family restaurant open 24 hours.*A clear take-off of Denny's. In the Japanese version, it's "Denisan" (Denny-san). It would be impossible to get the trademark in both games, in the Japanese version, it was owned by Ito-Yokado (now Seven & I Holdings), in the U.S., it is owned by an independent company.
Juice Vending Machine$5,000----*The original Japanese version refers it to as a drink vending machine, and the icon even has what looks like a can of Coke on it.
Lobby$5000/unit$1000/unitA basic part of the structure to determine the width of it.*Based on some calculations, it looks like the lobby cost per quarter is $24k per quarter, but I could be wrong about that.
Mama Pizano's$200,000$1000/MThe popular pasta and pizza place among the young people.**
Movie Theater$500,000$20,000/MThe movie theater you manage.**
Mrs. Weinstein's Toffee$200,000???--*Exclusive to the U.S. Windows version. Real brand.
Orange Julius$200,000???--*Exclusive to the U.S. Windows version. Real brand.
Parking Gate$50,000$10,000/QThis gives drivers access to the parking lot from the structure.**Unlike SimTower, this and the "Parking Lot" below are combined into one item and work automatically.
Parking Lot$5,000--**An item to let office visitors and hotel guests park their car.Like SimTower, I believe you only need them for suites, twin rooms don't require them.
Power Room$500,000$50,000/QThe place to provide the electric power to the structure.**Also known as "Transformer Room".
Record$300,000$2,500/MMid size record shop.*
Restrooms$10,000$1,000/QThe restroom for the people in the structure.*
Security Station$100,000$20,000The place for the security guards to stand-by.*
Service Elevator$100,000 with $50,000 per car$10,000/QAn elevator for the structure's employees only.*
Simple Elevator$200,000 with $50,000 per car$12,000/QA Simple Elevator can be extended up to 15 floors.*In-game notes says it is only $800 per car. That is incorrect.
Sky Bridge$10,000$1,000/unitAn item to connect the two towers.*
Sporting Goods$300,000$4,000/monthAll types of sporting goods are available.**
Stairs$5,000--A transit system to connect the adjacent floors.*
Suite Room$100,000--A hotel room for 2 to 3 guests.*
Surf Shop$150,000$1,000/MThis store has surfing goods for the brave customers.*
Sushi-Man$100,000$1,200/MSushi made by a world famous sushi chef is poplar among the older customers.**Obvious spelling error (and generally bad grammar) left in for transcription purposes.
ToyWorld$600,000$3,000/MThe toy store for kids and adults.**
Trash Facility$200,000$10,000/QThe place for garbage from the building to be stored.**Place this immediately after getting the second star, your restaurants will get condemned because they'll expect a trash facility. Luckily, unlike the cockroach, it's not permanent and can be fixed with the addition of the trash facility.
Twin Room$60,000--A hotel room for 2 guests.*

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