There is no admission fee or annual fee.
Lessons (as of March 1, 2021)
All lessons are available for real-time streaming. Please participate from remote location as well.
Remote Class (Zoom remote only)
Sunday Intensive Lesson (irregular)
Monthly fee (tax not included)
Regular lesson (no change)
Regular 7,000 yen
Instructor 10,000 yen
Sunday Intensive Lesson (Osaka, Fukuoka, Sapporo)
7 ~ 8 hours lesson, 7,000 yen
Private Remote Lesson
Private lesson, when available, limited to serious learners only.
1. classes and fees (excluding tax)
– Adult (Makua) classes, for the general public, 1st grade and up, no upper limit.
High school students receive a 50% discount; college and university students receive a 30% discount.
4 times a month, 7.000 yen, 90 to 120 minutes
– Membership is also open to those who run a circle or hurrah, but the monthly fee is different, so please contact us for more details.
Harlaus and people leaders who have a circle are also welcome to join (consultation required). In that case, again, there is no kind of siphoning off or back margin from the group.
– Keiki Kāne (男の子）、Kaikamāhine (女の子）は合同で行います。Keiki class, parent-child class, 4 times a month, 3000yen, 1h30min, 4 times a month
3 years old to 6th grade elementary school, this class is for Keiki Kāne (boys) and Kaikamāhine (girls). Kaikamāhine (girls) will be done jointly.
In addition, registration is for parents and children. Lessons can also be taken by both parent and child.
-ʻōpio class: 1 hour per lesson4 lessons per month
Special class for 1st year junior high school students through 3rd year high school students. Depending on the student’s level, he/she can join this class in addition to the Makua class.
The speed of the lessons will vary depending on the age and level of the students, but all classes will include all of the following: Kahiko, Auana, Oli, and others. The length of the lesson will vary depending on the song and content to be performed at that time. Time will run on Hawaiian time, so lessons will never start or end on time.
For craft work (lei making, making musical instruments), we ask that you bear the actual cost of materials.
2. costume fees
Whenever there is an opportunity to perform the hula, costumes are required. Costumes are an important factor in the hula, and we try to keep costs as low as possible by making costumes that can be rented or borrowed.