25th Annual Honolulu Festival March 8-10, 2019
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Educational School Tour


The Educational School Tours was held on Friday, March 1, 2013, at the Hawaii Convention Center. Its purpose is for the local students to learn various traditional cultures from different countries by watching, listening and experiencing them.

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Maui Mikoshi Design Contest 2013


The students from the Japanese Language Club of Kamehameha Schools Maui won the 10th Annual Maui Mikoshi Desig […]

Mr. Yuichiro Kunitomo Special

18th Annual Honolulu Festival – Special Interview


Yuichiro Kunitomo, who is a son of Suga Kunitomo became a new representative of Sugaren. We had an opportunity to interview him about his mother and his recent feelings.

Each student had a talent to bring to the table, creating synergy and resulting in a successful project. Share Your Voice

“Share Your Voice” Project 2012


The “Share Your Voice Project” is an educational collaborative project between the Honolulu Festival Foundation and Kapiolani Community College.

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Our Prayer for the Pursuit of Peace through Nagaoka Fireworks to the World in Honolulu


The Nagaoka Fireworks from Niigata Prefecture was launched in the sky of Waikiki on Sunday, March 4, 2012, after the Grand Parade at the 18th Annual Honolulu Festival.

Okinawan dance performed by members of IZENA-NO-KAI. Stage

Stage Performance


The Stage Performance of the Honolulu Festival offers splendid performances by the respective participating groups from various countries of the Asia-Pacific region every year.

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Educational School Tour 2012


The Educational School Tour was held for the local schools in Hawaii on Friday, March 2, 2012, at the Hawaii C […]

Mom and kids challenge themselves to ikebana (flower arrangement). Special

The 18th Annual Honolulu Festival Offers Tons of Exciting Events!


The event hosted by the Honolulu Festival was the Educational School Tour, which was held exclusively for the students of the local schools. It opened to the public on the following 2-days.

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Maui Mikoshi Design Contest 2012


The winners of the 18th Annual Honolulu Festival’s Maui Mikoshi Design Contest were the students of St. Anthony School.

Aomori Prefecture's Hirosaki Neputa. The painting on this year's lantern has the character "Kizuna" (bond) written on it, a word that describes what many people have realized as most important in their lives after the Tohoku earthquake and tsunami. Parade

Grand Parade


The Grand Parade was held on Sunday, March 4, 2012, on the streets of Kalakaua Avenue in Waikiki.