Celebrate the Bond Between Hawai‘i and Japan at the Annual Pan-Pacific Festival

The 38th annual international cultural celebration takes place from Friday, June 9 to Sunday, June 11.


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Pan Pacific Festival

Photo: David Croxford

 

It’s time once again for the Pan-Pacific Festival, the annual international cultural celebration of the bond between Hawai‘i and Japan, now in its 38th year. The event kicks off with a ho‘olaule‘a along Kalākaua Avenue on Friday, June 9, includes a performing arts showcase and a hula festival, and wraps up with a parade on Sunday, June 11. You’ll see performances showcasing various regions in Japan with traditional costumes and instruments, the kind of things rarely seen outside of the country. For more information, check out pan-pacific-festival.com.

 

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