25th Annual Honolulu Festival March 8-10, 2019
Genre : Craft/Demonstration
Join Year : 2018(24th)
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24HF-KASUYA-Six-Town-Koryu-Quilt-No-Kai Fukuoka

KASUYA Six Town Koryu Quilt No Kai

Craft/Demonstration

We are a group of quilt enthusiasts from six towns in Kasuya County, Fukuoka. Our goal is to revitalize our local community through quilt making. Our annual quit exhibition attracts over 1,000 guests.

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International Pearl Meister Association

Craft/Demonstration

International Pearl Meister Association is engaged in activities to make pearls, and particularly Japanese Akoya pearls, more familiar to people around the world. We expand and promote the potential of pearls, such as its use in artwork and nails.

24HF-Hawaiian-Quilt-Salon-Mana Niigata

Hawaiian Quilt Salon Mana

Craft/Demonstration

We offer Hawaiian quilt classes in Tokyo and Niigata. All of our quilts have unique patterns designed by the instructor Momoko Shimada, and they are made with the Hawaiian tradition. Please come check out our quilts with the Nagaoka Fireworks pattern!

24HF-Lohas-Festa Osaka

LOHAS FESTA

Craft/Demonstration

Lohas Festa, with the theme of “grass roots environmental movement leads to great social activities” aiming for “lifestyle with consideration for health and a sustainable society”, since 2006 in all over Japan. It is an environmental awareness event, exceeding 250,000 visitors each year.

長岡観光コンベンション Niigata

Nagaoka City

Craft/Demonstration

The Nagaoka Festival Grand Fireworks Show is held annually on August 2nd and 3rd against the backdrop of the Shinano, the longest river in Japan. At our booth, you’ll be able to experience Nagaoka Fireworks with a VR device as if you were viewing real fireworks. Visitors can also enjoy tasting some of Nagaoka’s Sake, a regional specialty of which we are proud, and seeing Yamakoshi’s Nishikigoi, multicolored ornamental carp, swimming gracefully. On March 11th, the final day of the Honolulu Festival, Nagaoka Fireworks will bloom in the night sky over Waikiki beach.

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Hawaii Taiwanese Center / Lucoral Museum

Craft/Demonstration

“Parade: 1) Taiwanese puppets that were a gift from the city of Kaohsiung, Taiwan to the City of Honolulu. These puppets chase away evil spirits and brings happiness, health and good wishes to the Hawaii community; 2) Traditional puppet show and clothing from Taiwan; 3) Naluwa Dance Group from Mandarin Academy Booth: DIY arts & crafts and jewelry related to shared Taiwanese and Hawaiian culture”

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Chigasaki City -Sister City of Honolulu-

Craft/Demonstration

Chigasaki is one of Honolulu’s sister cities, where its stunning nature, hula and surf culture have a lot in common with Honolulu. We would like to foster our friendship with Honolulu, and engage in cultural exchange for future generations.

24HF-Lets Enjoy Easy Chanoyu Tea Ceremony Niigata

Let’s Enjoy Easy Chanoyu (Tea Ceremony)!

Craft/Demonstration

Ladies will show you a simple and relaxing way of making Japanese tea using traditional tea ceremony utensils arranged on a small round tray. All are welcome to enjoy matcha(organic powdered green tea)with tasty Japanese sweets that are one of Nagaoka’s regional specialties. You can also try a hands-on-experience of making your own bowl of matcha. It may be a very precious once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for both of us!

24HF-Sakuragaoka-Junior-and-Senior-High-School Tokyo

SAKURAGAOKA Junior & Senior High School

Craft/Demonstration

It is the third time for Sakuragaoka to participate in the Honolulu Festival. Our high school freshmen will introduce traditional and modern Japanese culture to the guests. Calligraphy, origami, fukuwarai, ninja, manga and so on!

24HF-Nagaoka Institute of Design Niigata

Nagaoka Institute of Design

Craft/Demonstration

Students of the Nagaoka Institute of Design learn about various aspects of design. At our booth, we will help you enjoy painting an uchiwa, a round paper fan, with a stencil method, known as “kappazuri.” You can create your own Japanese-style uchiwa by choosing your favorite pattern, placing it on your uchiwa, and applying colorful ink around it.