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Festival marks FC Ryukyu 10th anniversary
[2012-08-03] Saturday’s actions both on the pitch and off are to be very special for FC Ryukyu, which is celebrating its 10th anniversary with the 10,000 Soccer Festival 2012. The football match itself is the soccer competition between FC Ryukyu vs Fujieda MYFC from Shizuoka Prefecture, with the kick off at 4 p. Read More!
Kin Town showcases its best during festival
[2012-07-27] A weekend in Kin Town promises a lot more than the usual festival, with a series of exhibitions on tap to attract more attention Saturday and Sunday for the Kin Town Festival. A Bonsai exhibition, a North Dam office exhibition, one from the Okinawa Electric Power Company and another from Tour de Okinawa, plus yet another from Los Brazil Kin Civilian Picture Exhibition, all are part of Kin Town’s way of luring more visitors for the annual festival. Read More!
Tug-of-War season begins in Ginowan
[2012-07-27] Ginowan City’s always a busy place, night and day, but it gets even more hectic Sunday as the events all surround a rope measuring a meter in diameter and 60 meters in length. It’s the rope used for the Ginowan Tug of War, and organizers and Ginowan area citizens are still tying up the rope, getting it ready for the weekend. Read More!
Tomigusuku has plenty of music for weekend festival
[2012-07-27] Tomigusuku City’s a fast-growing southern Okinawa city that’s attracting plenty of car dealers, including Toyota, Honda, Subaru and Daihatsu, and a big rent-a-cart company, but they’re overshadowed this weekend by the Tomigusuku Festival at Toyosaki Kaihin Park and at Chursasun Beach. The Saturday and Sunday festival starts at 9 a. Read More!
Motobu readies its 39th Ocean Festival
[2012-07-20] Living in the shadow of the big cities often overpowers small towns and villages, but in northern Okinawa Motobu Town is polishing up everything as it invites and welcomes all of Okinawa to its 39th Motobu Ocean Festival this weekend. With a population of less than 15,000, and tucked between Nago City and Nakijin on the northwest coast of Okinawa’s main island, many people gloss over Motobu, not realizing it’s the home to Ocean Expo Park and the acclaimed Churaumi Aquarium. Read More!
Everything is happening at Azama SunSun Beach Festival
[2012-07-20] It’s the first weekend of summer, and nobody wants to waste perfectly good weather with Tropical Storm Khanun looking at Okinawa in the rear view mirror after passing a bit to the north on Tuesday. Azama SunSun Beach Festival is the answer, with a variety of events scheduled for Sunday, starting with a Group Beach Race where teams of five people sprint across the sand to find the fastest sand-runners around. Read More!
Unna Festival is totally family oriented
[2012-07-20] The leaders of Onna Village are promising fun-filled time of traditional festival activities at its upcoming Unna Festival. The two-day festival this weekend brings local and regional businesses and organizations together, working hand-in-hand with citizens to turn the event into a series of festive activities, including a fish gripping game, children’s karaoke, and musical performances. Read More!
Tedako Matsuri is like county fair
[2012-07-20] The Urasoe Tedako Festival is a sort of like an American county fair and an Okinawan gathering of friends for the largest event the city puts together each year, and definitely not something to be overlooked. The 35th annual Tedako Matsuri kicks off tomorrow evening on the city’s Yafuso Street. Read More!
Fireworks highlight Expo Festival
[2012-07-13] Tens of thousands of spectators will flock to Ocean Expo Park this weekend for the Saturday extravaganza that will include beach activities, concerts and an hour-long fireworks display, the largest on the island. The 34th Ocean Expo Park Fireworks Festival presents the largest fireworks show on the island, with more than 10,000 pyrotechnics being launched in two stages at 8 p. Read More!
Dragon Boats racing Sunday at Manza Haarii
[2012-07-07] Manza Beach in Onna Village on Okinawa’s northwest coast is the setting Sunday for the 29th Manza Haarii Festival, the running of the dragon boats pitting Okinawans against mainland Japanese. The festival, officially the 29th Prefectural Governor’s Cup Contest ‘Manza Haari Festival’, runs Sunday from 8:30 a. Read More!

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