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Kona Coffee Cultural Festival, Miss Aloha Hawaii

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The Kona Coffee Cultural Festival, Hawaii’s oldest food festival is happy to participate in the Honolulu Festival.

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2020 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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The 57th Narcissus Queen

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The Chinese Chamber of Commerce of Hawaii proudly presents the 71th Narcissus Queen and Court. 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 Okinawan 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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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 13.This year will be our 5th times to participate at the Honolulu Festival.

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Lahainaluna High School

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Lahainaluna High School won the 2nd Maui Mikoshi Design Contest in 2005. They will carry Daijayama at the Grand Parade.

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Miss United States Hawaii

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Representing the State of Hawaii, and the U.S. territories of American Samoa, Guam, and Northern Mariana Islands to the Miss United States national organization. Our goal is to provide a life changing experience, empowering all delegates to become active participants in the community, nurturing and promoting causes meaningful to her.

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Vietnamese Professionals of Hawai’i

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The Vietnamese Professionals in Hawaii (VPH) is a non-profit organization in Hawaii that is dedicated to organizing and uniting the local business community to carry out nonprofit and charitable activities that enhance and give back to the community at large. VPH also serves as a community resource and educational organization to promote, foster and strengthen the Vietnamese culture, language, civic, social, and professional development of the local Vietnamese community and the community at large.

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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 strong desire that the people of Hawaii be able to experience the authenticity of their mikoshi and enjoy the traditions that go along with the festivities. And furthermore, so that the children of Hawaii can experience these same emotions, Chibikko Daijayama was given to the Honolulu Festival in 2009. The number of local volunteers has grown each year. It is a wonderful sight to see the people of Hawaii support the Honolulu Daijayama!

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Miss Chinatown Hawaii Festival Pageant

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Miss Chinatown Hawaii is a nonprofit organization run solely by volunteers, whose mission is to perpetuate the Chinese culture in Hawaii through deepening their understanding and appreciation of the Chinese heritage, developing leadership skills, public speaking, and participation in community service. Each year 2 queens & 3 princesses are selected to represent the State of Hawaii. Miss Chinatown Hawaii Queen will participate in the Miss Hawaii Pageant in June, a preliminary pageant for Miss America. Miss Hawaii Chinese Queen will represent Hawaii in the Miss Chinatown USA Pageant, held in San Francisco during the Chinese New Year Festivities.