25th Annual Honolulu Festival March 8-10, 2019
Genre : Traditional Performance
Join Year : 2013(19th)
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Honolulu Daijayama Booster Group

Traditional Performance

Four basic elements of Honolulu Daijayama are: making a float, fireworks, chants and dancers. Toward the 25th anniversary of Honolulu Daijayama, we are renovating Daijayama with our friends and volunteers in Honolulu. This year, we will carry Daijayama with brand-new fireworks and chants!

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Traditional Performance

We perform both nationally and internationally in order to showcase Nankin Tamasudare, a traditional Japanese street performance, to people around the world. We hold the Guinness record of “the largest parade of people performing Nankin Tamasudare,” which we challenged in May 2013. We look forward to seeing all of you at the Honolulu Festival!

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Hirosaki Neputa Manji Kai

Traditional Performance

“Neputa” has been designated as a significant and intangible folk cultural asset in 1980. At present, gorgeous and splendid “Oogi (fan) Neputa” along with “Kumi (group) Neputa” with orchestra of Neputa such as flavorful flute and Taiko (Japanese drums) are operated by the citizens of Hirosaki.

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The Hawaii Origami Club

Traditional Performance

The Hawaii Origami Club is for anyone interested in Origami. All skill levels and origami interests are welcomed, from traditional to modulars to tessellations and more!

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Bento Rakugo

Traditional Performance

Rakugo is a traditional Japanese comedy art form that is similar to stand-up comedy found in the United States, but performers sit down instead of standing up. Bento Rakugo is a dynamic group whose mission is to honor traditional Rakugo and also bring a modern twist to the famous “sit- down comedy”. They have been performing at theatres, conventions, and colleges to bring laughter.

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The Japanese Cultural Center of Hawai’i (JCCH)

Traditional Performance

The Japanese Cultural Center of Hawai’i (JCCH), a non-profit organization, strives to share the history, heritage and culture of the evolving Japanese American experience in Hawai’i.


Malofie Samoa Hawaii

Traditional Performance

Malofie Samoa Hawaii is the premiere club and organization within the United States promoting traditional and authentic Samoan tatau (tattoo) culture. Its members are Samoan men and women of all ages who have all received the full body tattoo through the traditional Samoan methods that date back hundreds of years. It is these traditions that they strive to maintain in these modern times to uphold their history, culture and pride. Their mission is to develop future leaders, mentor the youth to become self-reliant and contributing members of society and to always lead by example by embracing the values, customs and responsibilities entrusted to us through their traditional tattoo.

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Kawaii Kon

Traditional Performance

Kawaii Kon is a three-day convention event dedicated to creating a broader awareness of, and appreciation for Japanese animation by celebrating the richness of this art form. The convention promotes the growth of the anime and manga fan base in Hawaii, as well as growth of related community groups, businesses and industries both here and abroad. In addition to providing a central event for fans and enthusiasts, Kawaii Kon seeks to become a vehicle for sharing and disseminating industry information. Kawaii Kon also provides the community and related industries the opportunity to network and conduct business. Fans, artists and industry guests gather from all over the world here in Hawaii […]

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Hawaii Kokuseiryu Shiginkai

Traditional Performance

Hawaii Kokuseiryu Shigin-kai(Group) is one of the Shigin Groups in the United States, established 50 years ago. Shigin is traditional Japanese “poem reading” or chanting. Hawaii Kokuseiryu Shigin-kai have performed on many stages every year here in Hawaii and the mainland since its establishment.

2015 Hokkaido

Hokkaido Ainu Culture

Traditional Performance

Irankarapte (Let me touch your heart softly…) We will introduce Hokkaido’s unique Ainu culture. At our exhibit booth, you can experience traditional Ainu costumes with distinctive patterns, ancient Ainu dances and music played with mukkuri (a musical instrument).