Aloha Teachers! Join our Educational School Tours!
We would like to invite your school’s students to take part in a unique educational school tours “Behind the Scenes” on Friday, March 11, 2011. This is a wonderful opportunity for your students to get a close-up look at the displays and meet with the various performers and artisans. [ What is the educational school tour ? ]
Nagaoka Fireworks to light up the skies of Waikiki for the 17th Annual Honolulu Festival
Nagaoka Fireworks display from Niigata Prefecture will be presented at the 17th Annual Honolulu Festival, to be held from March 11-13, 2011. This is an event that you will not want to miss! [ See More ]
We can not wait until the next years Festival!
Each year the relationship of Honolulu Festival and Omuta Daijayama has become stronger … [ See More ]
New Chibikko Daijayama for Next Year!
Honolulu Festival is working on the New Chibikko Daijayama! [ See More ]
You can actually view and download high resolution images. If you need something specific, please contact us. [ Go to Press Page ]
Honolulu Festival Interviews National Living Treasure of Japan, Sanshin Master Terukina Choichi
We had a chance to interview Sanshin Master Terukina Choichi Sensei who happened to be in Hawaii the last week of March. [ See More ]
Our New Project with Kapi’olani Community College Report
A new project was created for the 16th Annual Honolulu Festival focusing on volunteerism and community outreach. The Honolulu Festival Foundation partnered with the students of Kapi’olani Community College for two Live Streaming Projects. [ See More ]
KCC Students Interview
Kapi’olani Community College Students interviewed anime fans at the Anime Corner.
In response to many requests… Now on Sale!
The 2010 Honolulu Festival Staff T-shirt, designed by 88 Tees, was not for sale during the 16th Annual Honolulu Festival. However, due to many requests, the Staff T-shirt is for sale online through our website for a limited time. Hurry and purchase! Limited stock. [ Buy Now ]
Interview “Share Your Voice with the Next Generation”
Our new project “Share Your Voice” is a collaboration project of Honolulu Festival and Kapiolani Community College students. They asked people to share their voice on what they would like to pass down to the next generation. [ View Interview Movies ]