The annual Okinawan Festival will be held at Kapiolani Park on Saturday, August 31st and Sunday, September 1st. Here is a link to the Okinawan Festival website:
Here is a link to a map of the site:
Here is a link to the entertainment program for both days:
This year, I (the Hawaii Karate Museum) will be giving two exhibits: (1) the S. S. China steamship (the ship that brought the first Okinawans to Hawaii in 1900), and (2) Okinawan Sumo. I will be exhibiting photographs and artifacts in the Cultural Tent. There is no admission for the Cultural Tent.
Here is a link to my handout: seinenkai.com/handout.pdf
I hope that you will be able to attend the festival. It is a great cultural experience and lots of fun. Karate is from Okinawa, so our art is part of Okinawan culture. To better understand Karate, we should study Okinawan culture. Please make sure to stop by and say hello at my exhibits.
Charles C. Goodin
Posted by Charles C. Goodin on Thursday, August 29, 2013