Mami, Kao and Mino, we are the Moraldorium! We copy Pefume dances. We passed the first audition of the 5th Perfume copy dance contest. You will surely be entertained by our dancing!
Dokkyo University Calligraphy clubCraft/Demonstration
We’re showing calligraphy performance with the theme of Japanese culture and our desire to deepen friendship, Hawaii and Japan. We hope everyone, even who’s never seen the performance, enjoy it.
Aoyama Gakuin University UluwehiHula
We are Uluwehi Hula Club of Aoyama Gakuin University! As we celebrate our 2nd anniversary, we are learning Hula everyday with Professor Maki Uehara. We are looking forward to performing on the stage at the Honolulu Festival!
BUNKYO GAKUIN UNIVERSITY & TAKASAKI SHOKA UNIVERSITYVolunteer
Aloha! We are a volunteering group of the Bunkyo Gakuin University. Our motto is “sincere” “diligence, ” “benevolence”! We came to deliver similes to people in Hawaii. We will make every effort to contribute to the success of the Honolulu Festival!
S.A.L. Student organisation officially approved by the Keio UniversityCraft/Demonstration
We have 3 concepts, Send out / Aid / Learn. We study about international issues through study tours to various countries. We publish what we learned in the free magazines documentary.
Hula Spot KoaHula
We are the Hula Spot Koa. Our goal is to dance Hula with sharing mind and the words Aloha and Kokua learned from Kumu Hula Leikanialama in Hawaii. We would like to make everyone who see our dancing happy.
The Tokyo Amami club celebrated its 120th anniversary last year. While promoting fellowship and improvement of the club we won the Grand Prix at the 20th “Shibuya Kagoshima Ohara Festival”! We also won Attractive appeal award in November in Kagoshima. We would like to promote Oshimagi Tsumugi of Amami at the Honolulu Festival.
Hula o Makana & Ribbonlei Honolulu FestivalHula
Hula O Makana was founded seven years ago, this year our dream to participate in the Honolulu Festival has come true. We would like to have lots of Hawaiian mana. In addition to ribbons, we use cotton and silk fabric to make cute small items with traditional methods such as Tsumami Zaiku (pinching method) and Tsurushi Kazari (Hanging decorations).
Meiji University Boys’ Cheerleading team ANCHORSDance/Performance
We are a male cheerleading team ANCHORS of Meiji University! We are a rare cheerleading team consisting of only male members. We will show you a lot of acrobatic performance. GO! ANCHORS!
Bunkyo University YAMAGUCHI Research SeminarVolunteer
We are learning what hospitality means in our seminar “International tourism and hospitality”. At the Honolulu Festival, we would like to offer the spirit of Japanese hospitality through volunteering.