25th Annual Honolulu Festival March 8-10, 2019
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Hawaii District 50 Lions Clubs and LEOS

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The DISTRICT 50 HAWAII LIONS CLUBS consists of over 18-hundred dedicated volunteers in 61 individual community-centered Lions Clubs throughout the State. Their motto is “WE SERVE”! The men & women of the Hawaii Lions are part of Lions Club International— the largest service organization in the world, with nearly 1-point-4-million members in over 210 different countries.

24HF-Alohappy Chiba

Alohappy ! – We are Japanese Regional Characters – Honuppi

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Kota and Honuppi are back again in Honolulu to deliver “The Treasure in our Heart”! We will perform our official song with dance on the stage. We also look forward to seeing all of you ohana at the parade!

24HF-Alohappy Tokyo

Alohappy ! – We are Japanese Regional Characters – Kota

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Kota and Honuppi are back again in Honolulu to deliver “The Treasure in our Heart”! We will perform our official song with dance on the stage. We also look forward to seeing all of you ohana at the parade!

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Alohappy ! – We are Japanese Regional Characters – Yuzugappa

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ALOHAPPY! Our regional characters, Sinjokun, Kota, Yuzugappa and Honuppi will be joining the Honolulu Festival from Japan. They were the winning characters at the Yuru-Chara® Grand Prix 2016. We are looking forward to meeting a lot of friends on stage as well as at the Grand Parade!

23HF Alohappyリサイズ Kochi

Alohappy ! – We are Japanese Regional Characters – Sinjokun

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ALOHAPPY! Our regional characters, Sinjokun, Kota, Yuzugappa and Honuppi will be joining the Honolulu Festival from Japan. They were the winning characters at the Yuru-Chara® Grand Prix 2016. We are looking forward to meeting a lot of friends on stage as well as at the Grand Parade!

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The 69th Narcissus Queen and Court, Chinese Chamber of Commerce of Hawaii

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The Chinese Chamber of Commerce of Hawaii proudly presents the 69th Narcissus Queen and Court. The 2018 Narcissus Queen Jami Zhong was officially crowned by the honorable David Ige, Governor of the State of Hawaii on February 3, 2018 at the Hilton Hawaiian Village. The Narcissus Queen and her Court represent the Hawaii Chinese Community as goodwill ambassadors in Hawaii, States, and on the goodwill tour to China.

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Hawaii United Okinawa Association

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The Hawaii United Okinawa Association is proud to represent 50 clubs whose combined members exceed 40,000 members. This marching unit will include banner holders representing each club along with drummers and music.

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65th Cherry Blossom Festival Court

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The Cherry Blossom Festival is one of the longest, continually-running ethnic festivals in Hawaii. The purpose of the festival is to perpetuation the Japanese culture and to enrich the lives of young women of Japanese ancestry. Queen Contestants are given the opportunity to learn about their Japanese heritage, improve their poise and public speaking and develop leadership skills through numerous cultural and training classes.

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Minna Unicycle Club

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Minna Unicycle Club was formed in 2015. The members consist of girls between the ages of 7 to 10. This year will be our third time to participate at the Honolulu Festival. Like last year, we will be appearing with our unicycles in the parade. We will do our best so please support us.

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Honolulu Daijayama

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Hawaii and Omuta in Fukuoka has had a goodwill relationship for many years. Thus, Omuta’s famous summer matsuri “Omuta Daijayama” that has been featured in past parades of the Honolulu Festival was changed to “Honolulu Daijayama” in 2008. Honolulu Daijayama will once again participate in the Honolulu Festival’s parade down Kalakaua Avenue this year. The intensity of their performance, the bells ringing loudly, the fire gushing out, smoke spreading throughout the parade route, is an unforgettable sight for spectators seeing the Daijayama for the very first time. The Honolulu Festival has inherited the mikoshi that is used for Honolulu Daijayama from the city of Omuta. It was the Omuta people’s […]