Hālau Kepanī

Hālau Kepanī

As hulaʻs appeal has spread internationally, the Japanese have become some of the most dedicated fans. Each year, a hālau from Japan is invited to take the stage at the annual Merrie Monarch Festival to perform at the Wednesday night hōʻike.

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2 Comments

  1. islandboi21 5 years ago

    Just because they came from japan doesn’t mean their halau is named halau kepani… Their halaus name is Halau Hula O Lima Nani…

    • fatkukui00 5 years ago

      @islandboi21
      aloha mai kāua. Pili kēia wikiō i nā hālau no Iapana. ‘O ia wale nō ke kumu no ka inoa ‘o “hālau kepanī”, ‘o ia ho‘i ‘o “Japanese Hālau”.

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