This festival features a variety of traditional Okinawan performing arts, including eisa performances by five of the town’s long-established youth teams, shishimai (lion dance) and bojutsu (stick fighting) shows by local performing arts groups. The festival grows bigger and more popular every year and attracted approximately 15,000 visitors last year (data provided by the event organizer).
Date: Sunday, Oct. 9, 2016
Place: Athletic field at Kochinda Sports Park
Parking: Available (free)