2017.10.17 (Tue)




Time:  Saturday, Miwarin4October 28, 2017
6:30pm~ (doors open at 6pm)

Place:  Hawai Aloha Hall
584 Hawai Nagase, Yurihama

Tickets: 1,000yen
(Free for JHS students & under)
Available at Hawai Aloha Hall,
Kurayoshi Mirai Chushin, Long Tone, etc.

Inquiries: Long Tone LoungeMiwarin2
TEL: 0858-26-0111
Website: http://longtone.crayonsite.com



2017.10.10 (Tue)


Sunday, October 21, 2017DanceTube92
1:30pm~ (doors open at 1pm

Hawai Aloha Hall
584 Hawai-Nagase, Yurihama, Tohaku, Tottori 〒682-0722

General Admission 1,200 yen (1,500 at the door)
Elementary & Middle School 600 yen (800 at the door)

See more at (Japanese):



2017.10.03 (Tue)



As part of the Kibo Sakura (Hope Cherry Blossoms) program, the town of Niyodogawa in Japan’s Kochi Prefecture is sending Yurihama space hyotan sakura (gourd-shaped cherry blossom) seedlings.

In Yurihama, these sakura trees will serve both as a symbol of recovery from the 2016 Central Tottori Earthquake, as well as represent tennyo sakura in relation to the area’s Legend of the Celestial Maiden’s Heavenly Robes, as Yurihama looks towards the future.

People of all ages are welcome to attend the Presentation Ceremony and keynote speech by Mr. Yoichi Hasegawa. The event is free to attend, so we invite you to come and join in the excitement! Attendees will receive Space Morning Glory seeds and will have the chance to taste-test some space food.







2017 Yurukyara Grand Prix Reminder

2017.09.29 (Fri)


The competition is getting fierce as we approach the 2 month mark for the 2017 Yurukyara Grand Prix. Please show your support by helping Yuririn promote Yurihama by casting your vote daily!

Register your ID here: https://vote-yurugp.secureserv.jp/pc/members/
Vote for Yuririn here: http://www.yurugp.jp/vote/detail.php?id=00001031



2017.09.20 (Wed)


Appointed by Yurihama Mayor Masamichi Miyawaki as a
one of the town’s community revitalization coordinators in April 2017,
Yoshimoto comedian Kato Appli (加藤アプリ) has been living and growing 20th Century pears in the Miyauchi district of Yurihama while working to promote Yurihama and its delicious and juicy pears to people all throughout Japan for the past 5 and a half months.

Kato Appli came to Yurihama as part of a joint project with the Yoshimoto Creative Agency Co. Ltd. meant to contribute towards efforts to advance sixth-sector industrialization (which involves vertical integration by agricultural producers by combining the processing and distribution of their products into their operations ) and promoting pear sales. The ultimate goal includes helping the rural farm industry improve profitability as well as helping to secure the next generation of farmers.

As the pear season kicks into full swing, Appli has been busy spreading the word about Yurihama and its appetizing pears while harvesting his own crop of 20th Century pears.

With 10 years of experience as a chef under his belt, Appli has additionally worked with Yurihama’s Restaurant Kikka to create the “Yurihama Triple Ramen,” which introduces Yurihama’s shijimi clams and hirame (flatfish) to the region’s famous gyūkotsu beef broth ramen. He also makes regular appearances at local events, where he has showcased Yurihama puns, including “arigatōgō “ (a play on words using “arigatō (thank you)” and Tōgō) and “Yurihamax.”


Follow Kato Appli on Twitter at: https://twitter.com/bat_ten23



2017.09.13 (Wed)


A play on words between the word for to love (愛す・aisu) and ice cream (アイス・aisu), Yurihama Loves ice cream is made using an assortment of ingredients from Yurihama.

With a wide range of flavors, from sweet fruity flavors to Japanese sake, available in single serving cups, Yurihama Ice Cream is the perfect way to cool down from the lingering heat of summer☆





2017.09.07 (Thu)


Participants may choose from 3 courses: Course A, Course B, and Course C.

The 12km Course A (Lap Around Lake Tōgō) takes participants around the scenic Lake Tōgō, which is considered to be one of the most beautiful spots of the San’in Region. TennyoWalk3Though long, this course is generally flat, except for the stretch between Ayame Pond and the Mt. Izumo Lookout Point.

Course B (Lake Tōgō and Local Treats Walk) is a 7km course offers participants the chance to take a boat ride on Lake Tōgō and enjoy some local dishes.

Participants who select the 5km Course C (Oniyome Path) will be able to enjoy the retro atmosphere of the Matsuzaki district of Yurihama.


Enchoen Chinese Garden
Tottori-ken, Tohaku-gun, Yurihama-cho, Hikiji 565-1

October 15, 2017

(Course A/B)
Check-In & Registration: 8:00am     Opening Ceremony: 9:00am
(Course C)
Check-In & Registration: 10:00am   Opening Ceremony: 10:30am

Registration Fee:
Adults 1000 yen (1200 yen for same-day registration)
Students 500 yen (700 yen for same-day registration)
※Free for junior high school students & under
※Plus 300 yen for those who select Course B


Please direct any inquiries to:TennyoWalk5

Yurihama Tennyo Walk Executive Committee
〒682-0826 Tottori-ken, Kurayoshi-shi,
Higashinaka-machi 2571
TEL: 0858-24-5725   E-MAIL: civic@npo-mirai.net

To learn more, visit (Japanese): http:://wwwyurihama.jp/soshiki/9/8376.html