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Perticipating Performers



Shiga, Kyoto, Osaka, Hyogo, Nara, Wakayama

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Ritsumeikan University dig up treasure [ Kyoto ]

[ Dance/Performance ]

(5 Entries)
We are double dutch circle "dig up treasure" from Ritsumeikan University in Kyoto. Double dutch is a street performance using two ropes. Please enjoy our double dutch performance!

Website: www.dut.jp/



Japan nankin tamasudare association [ Hyogo ]

[ Traditional Performance ]

(8 Entries)
It is our desire to share the time honored traditional form of Japanese art known as "Nankin Tamasudare" with the people of today, the future and those throughout the world. This is also our dream. We are excited to be able to perform in Honolulu, and once again meet the people who gather from all over the world for this event as well as the Honolulu staff.

Website: tamasudare.org/



Sonoda Gakuen High School [ Hyogo ]

[ Dance/Performance ]

(7 Entries)
We are Sonoda Gakuen High School from Hyogo Prefecture, Japan. There are 135 students, juniors preparing for college, participating this year. We will perform our cheerful dances which we have been practicing in class since last year. Please enjoy our performance at the Grand Parade!

Website: www.sonodagakuen.ed.jp/



Youth Theatre Japan [ Hyogo ]

[ Dance/Performance ]
Youth Theatre Japan is Japan's first international youth theatre concentrating in Nishinomiya with over 1000 members. Following our performance in New York, we will be dancing and singing for you at the Honolulu Festival this year.

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Crazy Quilts [ Hyogo ]

[ Craft/Demonstration ]
Crazy Quilt blossomed in the latter part of the 19th century with the cultural fusion of eastern designs and western embroidery. It has been said that the word Hiwariume, a mosaic pattern very characteristic of Japan's designs, is a word derivative for "crazy," meaning cracked, Hibiware.

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Pikake Leilani Hula Hālau [ Nara ]

[ Hula ]

(4 Entries)
Our halau is from Nara, the ancient capital of Japan. We will be participating for the 4th time this year with 75 of our members. We will perform in the Grand Parade down Kalakaua Avenue, receiving the many "mana," feeling the Aloha spirit and the refreshing Hawaiian breeze with our entire body.

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Shigeko Kubomi Hula Halau [ Nara ]

[ Hula ]
There are similarities between Hawaii's traditional dance, the hula, and Japan's bon odori. We started out learning hula by watching others and have created a wonderful circle of friends constantly laughing and enjoying each others company. We will perform with aloha and appreciation in our hearts.

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