Bingao National High School-Guild Of Performing ArtistsHula
The group is a school-based cultural TRoupe that highlights Ilocano Culture.
Hula Halau O KaleilehuaHula
At Hula Halau O Kaleilehua, we have a network throughout Japan and receive healing energy from hula and Hawaiian culture. This time, the Alohimaka class from Osaka will participate. We are full of the joy of dancing in Hawaii.
Hula & Ribbon Japanese Fabric Making AccessoriesHula
We are a group of Hula dancers, Hawaiian Ribbon Lei crafters and cheering members. On the stage we yearn for, we are looking forward to the joy of fulfilling our dreams and the applause of many people. At our craft booth we are looking forward to engaging with many people through overcoming the language barrier.
Waseda University Society for the Study of Hawaiian Dance and CultureHula
ALOHA! We are the only official hula circle at Waseda University, Hawaii Folk Dance Study Group, commonly called washula! This year, the 17th anniversary of its founding, Our circle currently has a total of 57 people. Please enjoy our hula!
HULA CIRCLE OLU OLUHula
We are Hula Circle Olu Olu. The hula that we started learning is a lot of fun! We came to Hawaii with that momentum. It is like a dream to dance on such a wonderful stage. We will dance happily and gratefully for this opportunity.
Hālau Hula Ka Nani ‘O Lua’oleHula
Studied under Kumu Hula Leinā’ala Pavao Jardin, we teach everyone the authentic hula with the heart of ALOHA. We work on lessons everyday with friends who love Hula and Hawaii.
Halau O HokulaniHula
Halau o Hokulani is based in a studio in Miyamaecho, Isesaki City. Our motto is “Having fun is the No. 1! Everyone who watches us dancing will share a good time together.” Students aged 3 to 85 practices daily.
We are Nani Hula Studio from Ishikawa Prefecture. People of all ages belong to our studio and participate many events throughout the year. We are glad to dance with a smile with all our hearts in Hawaii.
J Hula StudioHula
We enjoy hula every day at the studio at the foot of the Tokyo Skytree in Oshiage, Tokyo. Our members are between the ages of 3 and 80. We are thankful for the valuable opportunity to dance in the land of Hawaii, and we will enjoy and dance while feeling the breeze and aroma of Hawaii.
Halau Hula O Laua’eHula
We are a hula school in Shinjuku, Tokyo. Kumu Hula is Kapiolani Hao. This is our first time participating in the Honolulu Festival. We are looking forward to dancing in Hawaii as well as participating in Kumu’s workshops and Huakai.