Hula hui O Nani MoeHula
We learn the art of hula with sincerity based on our motto, “Healthy body and spirit”. Hula is our life! Each day we have fun, improving, to be able to show you our traditional style of dance. We hope to feel the deep emotions of this Hawaiian culture.
Halau Kehaunani Hula StudioHula
We are hula sisters who practice and participate in events with the intent to share our feelings of aloha and graceful spirit with those who come to see us dance. We are excited to be able to dance in Hawaii while experiencing moments that we cannot in Japan such as Hawaii’s tropical breeze, its fragrance and the aloha spirit of its people.
Hula Halau Luana & IkalaHula
We are a group of hula dancers connected by our love for hula. Regardless of our age we all enjoy dancing.
Uilani Nani Hula StudioHula
Cultural exchange has been taken to an even higher level through performances of the elegant dance called hula. We are here to dance gracefully. Please give us a warm welcome.
Aloha Hula MateHula
We come from the city of Iwai in Ibaraki Prefecture. We are here to perform the hula, Hawaii’s traditional art form. We look forward to meeting the people of Hawaii and making friends through our dance.
Yutaka Hula HalauHula
Yutaka Hula Halau! This is our 7th participation from the “land of sunshine”, Kurashiki, a city located at the southern part of Okayama. Although this will be the very first stage performance for many of our team members, we will be enjoying the Hawaii’s Pacific Harmony.
Hano Hano Hula OitaHula
We are here to perform Hawaii’s traditional hula. We would like to promote cultural exchange through this popular medium. We are back again to dance gracefully. Please give us a warm welcome.
Komaki Kei ABC Academy Hula HalauHula
We are the “Komaki Kei ABC Academy Hula Hālau” from Mito city, Ibaraki prefecture. This will be our 17th time to perform at the Honolulu Festival. We practiced very hard for this event! Once again, we will do our best!
TAMA HAWAIIAN HULAHula
This group was formed 18 years ago with the desire to “shine forever” as our motto. We keep dancing for the sake of healthy mind and body through hula and ukulele. We look forward to being able to dance feeling the Hawaiian breeze. MAHALO
Pikake Leilani Hula HālauHula
It’s the 7th time we join the Honolulu Festival. We are on a hula training trip consisting of performing at the Ala Moana Center and the Grand Parade, as well as socializing with kumus. We hope to further promote the tie with Hawaii, and live a fulfilling life through hula.