Hupu is a Polynesian word meaning “to speak”. The hupu can be found in almost every language of the world and is used as a ceremonial word to express different ideas, emotions, or thoughts.
Hupu (Hawaiian word meaning “to weave”) is a centuries-old practice of hand-woven fabric using natural dyes. The process of hupu involves two steps: dyeing the yarns and weaving the fabric. The dyes used in hupu are made from natural ingredients such as fruits, flowers, bark, and leaves.
The hupu is a traditional Polynesian drum that is used in various ceremonies and celebrations. This interesting instrument has a long history and is still played today.