This looks great!
There’s a lot of room for innovation in poke since modern culture in Hawaii is a melting pot. If you go to a poke market in Hawaii, a “Hawaiian Style” poke typically means cubed raw fish with rock salt, limu kohu, ogo, sweet onion, green onion, inamona, and maybe some chili and sesame oil. Furikake and shoyu would typically not be included, though they would be used in other varieties. I have never seen vegetable oil used in poke here in the islands.
Hope this was helpful, not trying to be a dick.
Great job!! This looks a lot more authentic than the corn and edamame concoctions that I see here on the mainland.
I've been buying the poke cubes at the grocery store and making my own at home with sesame + chili oil and then ogo I get from my dad in Hawaii (dried, have to reconstitute). I do use green onion instead of white onion, Hawaiian rock salt and chili pepper flakes. Plus a little bit of shoyu. ;) I miss having inamona and limu, it's hard for me to find and I haven't been home to O'ahu this year at all.
Looks great! What’s your recipe?