HALAU HULA ‘O NAWAHINEHula
Our halau is located in Kaneohe, Kailua, and in Japan (Tokyo, Shin Yokohama, Fuji Shizuoka, and Nagoya). Kumu Nawahine is the Kumu Hula at the Princess Ka’iulani Hotel and teaches the guests and visitors from around the world.
Na Hui Mamo Hula StudioHula
Aloha! We are the Na Hui Mamo Hula Studio from Osaka City. This is our first time participating the Honolulu Festival. We are blessed to be able to dance Hula in Hawaii and looking forward to enjoy the festival.
Aoyama Gakuin University UluwehiHula
We are Uluwehi Hula Club of Aoyama Gakuin University! As we celebrate our 2nd anniversary, we are learning Hula everyday with Professor Maki Uehara. We are looking forward to performing on the stage at the Honolulu Festival!
Hula Spot KoaHula
We are the Hula Spot Koa. Our goal is to dance Hula with sharing mind and the words Aloha and Kokua learned from Kumu Hula Leikanialama in Hawaii. We would like to make everyone who see our dancing happy.
Hālau Na Mamo O KaipolaniHula
Leader Kuribayashi Yuko. We value the kindness, harmony, humility and effort . Our Hālau’s motto is to dance happily in a homey atmosphere. Hawaii is our favorite place.
Ka Pua Kea Tsuji Hula HālauHula
Leader Tsuji Hisae. We value Aloha spirit, the bonds of people and respect the nature of Hawaii. We also dance with feelings and understanding the meaning of the songs. We are looking forward to dancing in Hawaii.
Hula o Makana & Ribbonlei Honolulu FestivalHula
Hula O Makana was founded seven years ago, this year our dream to participate in the Honolulu Festival has come true. We would like to have lots of Hawaiian mana. In addition to ribbons, we use cotton and silk fabric to make cute small items with traditional methods such as Tsumami Zaiku (pinching method) and Tsurushi Kazari (Hanging decorations).
RT Studio Tahiti and HulaHula
We have been dancing for 23 years with a motto of simple, smile, enjoy, and unity. Through the Honolulu Festival, We would like to move forward with full energy and smiles. We will enjoy dancing! Wish us luck! !
Miyabi HULA is a fusion of traditional Japanese music Gagaku and instrumental sounds and traditional Hawaiian culture Hula. It is a dance devoted to expressing words of spirit, showing appreciation for peace and nature.
Ferris University Hula Pua AnelaHula
ALOHA, everyone! We are the Hula Pua Anela, a hula dance group of Ferris University of Japan. We are very happy to dance hula in Hawaii, our favorite place. Please come see our dancing!