Palapalai Kea Washi Tape
Palapalai is seen being used in many areas of the Hawaiian culture, but primarily in hula. This fern is sacred to the goddess of hula, Laka. This fern is made into a lei that many hula dancers will wear during a kahiko performance. When watching the Merrie Monarch Hula Festival, take a look at the adornments the dancers are wearing and see if you can find this fern!
- 15mm x 10m
- Designed in Hawaii
Valia Honolulu is a boutique with heart. We are located in Chinatown Honolulu in a neighborhood filled with small independently-owned and operated businesses. We love supporting small and local businesses here in Hawaii. We proudly stock a curated assortment of handmade, made in Hawaii and women-owned companies. We believe your purchase should come packaged with a story; where its made, how its made, who made it and when I wore it.
Kākou Collective is a Made in Hawaii company specializing in stationery products and services ranging from surface pattern design to illustration to hand-lettering. Owner and designer, Kea Peters, has a mission to share love and knowledge for her native Hawaiian culture, to spark creativity and to learn, grow and connect with other strong women and businesses.