Although details on their website hasn’t been updated yet, the dates are out for this summer’s event:
A twice yearly three day festival of all things Hawaiian with a veritable host of musicians and hula dancers performing. There will be booths selling all manner of Hawaiian goods and, of course, Hawaiian food and beer.
The event is a big deal with organisers anticipating 200,000 visitors over the three days. Take the Minato Mirai line from Yokohama station to Nihon Odori station and then it’s a 7 minute walk to the site: Osanbashi Pier.
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