KYOTO TACHIBANA UNIV SHODOBUDance/Performance
We are the calligraphy club from the Kyoto Tachibana University. This is our first time participating the Honolulu Festival! We usually do calligraphy individually, however at the Honolulu Festival we will show you dynamic calligraphy performance with music.
Na Hui Mamo Hula StudioHula
Aloha! We are the Na Hui Mamo Hula Studio from Osaka City. This is our first time participating the Honolulu Festival. We are blessed to be able to dance Hula in Hawaii and looking forward to enjoy the festival.
Hālau Na Mamo O KaipolaniHula
Leader Kuribayashi Yuko. We value the kindness, harmony, humility and effort . Our Hālau’s motto is to dance happily in a homey atmosphere. Hawaii is our favorite place.
Ka Pua Kea Tsuji Hula HālauHula
Leader Tsuji Hisae. We value Aloha spirit, the bonds of people and respect the nature of Hawaii. We also dance with feelings and understanding the meaning of the songs. We are looking forward to dancing in Hawaii.
KANSAI UNIVERSITY Global AmbassadorVolunteer
We are a team of 12 Student Ambassadors with diverse backgrounds gathered to learn Leadership in Honolulu.
Our group was formed based on the thought of fusing 2 completely different cultures, which is calligraphy and hula. We would like to be a bridge between Japan and Hawaii by presenting our show. We will accept each other’s culture and build love and trust as “fellow”.
Career Training in HONOLULUVolunteer
We are from a university in Kansai. We will be supporting the operation of the Honolulu Festival in hope of learning about jobs at travel agencies and event planning!
We are a collaborative group of the students of modeling schools in Japan and Hawaii. The theme of our performance is a harmony of culture and mind. We hope that it will be a bridge of happiness between Japan and Hawaii and the Pacific Rim countries.
Kwansei Gakuin University KukuiHula
We love Hula dance and Hawaii. We learn a lot through Hula and thank all the people we meet and what we learn help us became a good person.
JAPAN NANKIN TAMASUDARE ASSOCIATIONTraditional 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!