The 27th Honolulu Festival will take place on March 12-14, 2021
Genre : Traditional Performance
Join Year : 2008(14th)
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Saitama

SAITAMA RYUJIN MATSURI KAI

Traditional Performance

The Saitama Ryujin Festival Association aims for the development of the local society through “Ryujin” the symbol of Saitama City. It is the god of the dragon “Ryujin” who rises to the sky to give us water and hope. Everyone, “Ryujin, Ryujin”, please cheer us up!

Hawaii

Mahealani Uchiyama

Traditional Performance

Mahealani Uchiyama was raised within the discipline of the classical hula tradition. She is a dancer, musician, composer, kumuhula (instructor of hula and oli).

Hawaii

Kamehameha High School, Maui Campus Japanese I Students, Winners of the 5th Annual Maui Mikoshi Design Contest (Maui)

Traditional Performance

Kamehameha High School, Maui Campus’ Japanese I students, winners of the 5th Annual Maui Mikoshi Design Contest for the second straight year, will march with their winning mikoshi. Japanese Language teachers Mr. Kealii Mossman and Mr. Jared Mateaki along with thirty students have incorporated the theme “Pacific Harmony-Experience the Wonder” into their portable float design. Please look forward to share in their joyous celebration.

Hawaii

Chum Sa Rang

Traditional Performance

Members of this group hope to promote the spirit of the traditional Korean arts and to perpetuate it through future generations.

Aomori

Hirosaki Neputa Manji Kai

Traditional Performance

Established in 2010, we have been conducting performances such as Hirosaki Neputa operation and festival music in Tsugaru native district at events in and outside the prefecture including Hirosaki City. The Honolulu Festival is our representative overseas activities, we have received the Best Service Award from the Honolulu Festival Foundation and have been highly evaluated locally.

Fukuoka

HONOLULU DAIJAYAMA

Traditional Performance

Daijayama was born in the Edo era and has been through the turbulence of the Meiji, Taisho and Showa eras. During the Heisei era, we have been focusing on safe operation through bonds with local staff. During the Reiwa era we will continue to deepen our efforts.

Oita

KUSAJIODORI HOZONKAI

Traditional Performance

The Kusaji dance began in Bungotakada, Oita Prefecture around 300 years ago. It is composed by four types of dance. Also, the dancers quickly shift their costume accordingly to each dance which is one of its attractions.