Daidengaku & Tenshu Monogatari – Feature Article2009(15th)
The Rare Japanese Performing Arts of the Feudal Japan were Staged in Honolulu.
The Spiting Fire of the Honolulu Daijayama in the Grand Parade2009(15th)
The Honolulu Daijayama is one of the highlights of the Honolulu Festival. The Hawaii Fukuoka Kenjin Kai gathered 10 volunteers to assemble the head part of the Honolulu Daijayama on Friday morning of March 13 at the Hawaii Convention Center.
The Honolulu Festival is Filled with Young Energy2009(15th)
Nippon Sport Science University Cheerleading Team VORTEX There were a total of 37 members of the cheerleading […]
The Highlights of the 15th Annual Honolulu Festival2009(15th)
*Please be advised this schedule may be subject to change without prior notice. Daidengaku The Daidengaku is a […]
There were performances of various cultures held on the Festival Stage at the Hawaii Convention Center. They include the Hawaiian music, hula dance and a live performance by Moana DNA which is a popular band among the locals in Hawaii.
Baldwin High School won the Maui Mikoshi Design Contest2009(15th)
The team Henry Perrine Baldwin High School led by Mr. Rory Sato won the Maui Design Contest for the second time since 6 years ago. This contest started as a social service, where it provides an opportunity to interact and learn about the Japanese culture for the youth in Maui since 2004.
The Grand Parade was held on the last day of the Honolulu Festival on Sunday, March 15, where over 100 performing groups paraded on the streets of Kalakaua Avenue in Waikiki.
The Craft Fair was held for 2-days on Saturday, March 14 and Sunday, March 15. There were various traditional crafts from Hawaii and Japan. Also, there was a variety of vendor booths which the visitors were observing each of them and stopped at their favorite.