Yunohana Kai,Iwaki-Yumoto OnsenDance/Performance
Jangara Nembutsu dance is held for the family to commemorate the first year of the dead on the day of “Niibon”. It is performed along with the sound of chimes and taiko drums. Also, hula is the most popular dance in Iwaki City, where the popularity is the best in Japan. The members of Yunohana Kai, Iwaki-Yumoto Onsen will be elegantly performing their hula in kimono on stage.
“Kanto” (Lanterns borne by a bamboo pole) which is designed to look like rice ears, is about 12m high and weighs about 50kg. The appearance of the lantern swaying in the summer night sky creates a courageous and fantastic sight. It is held every year as a festival to wish for a good harvest.
Hula o Hokkaido westHula
We are combined team of Hula Halau from Hokkaido. We will be pleased if you can feel a sense of unity from our performance.
Hula o HokkaidoHula
We have come from snowy Hokkaido. to sunny Honolulu. It is the sixth participation and we are a joint team or 4 studios. Hopefully you can comprehend our love for Hawaii and hula! Please take a look at our gorgeous costume.
Hirosaki Neputa Manji KaiTraditional 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.