Posts Tagged ‘10周年’

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湯梨浜町民ミュージカル・Yurihama Musical

2016.11.21 (Mon)

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The Yurihama Musical is welcoming its 10th year of celebrating the area’s legends and traditions through the productions put on by talented local performers and supporting staff. Congratulations to everyone who has dedicated their time and energy to this project.

This year’s musical, directed by Mr. Takayasu Onoue of the Gekisou Seisha OHKUS company, tells the story of 3 girls who visit Yurihama’s Shitori Shrine and find themselves pulled into the adventure of a lifetime- pulling together historical sites and artifacts with mythological figures and stories for an intriguing and riveting production.

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Date         Sunday, December 11, 2016

Times       Matinee 1:00pm          Evening performance 5:00pm

Venue     Hawai Aloha Hall
(584 Hawai-Nagase, Yurihama, Tohaku, Tottori Prefecture 〒682-0722)

Tickets     Adults: 1,000 yen (1,300 yen at the door)

High school students & below: 500 yen

Tickets are available for sale at the Yurihama Town Office Planning Division (2F), Hawai Aloha Hall, Kurayoshi Mirai Chushin event hall, and the Tottori Prefecture Citizens Culture Hall.

 

日時        平成28年12月11日(日) 昼の部 開演13:00 夜の部 開演17:00

会場        ハワイアロハホール (鳥取県東伯郡湯梨浜町はわい長瀬584)

チケット 大人/1000円(当日1300円)               小人/500円(高校生以下)

チケット販売所:湯梨浜町役場各庁舎、ハワイアロハホール、倉吉未来中心、とりぎん文化

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Come and enjoy a production full of fantasy, adventure, and excitement!

 

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Aloha Monument ・ アロハ・モニュメント

2016.06.16 (Thu)

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  In June of 2014, Yurihama unveiled the Aloha Monument as it kicked off its first Aloha Carnival. The monument was constructed to commemorate both the 10th anniversary of the creation of the town through merging the former towns of Hawai, Tomari, and Tōgō, and to celebrate the ongoing friendship and exchange between Yurihama and Hawaii.

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  The Aloha Monument is located in Yurihama’s Tōgō Hawai Seaside Park (near the Driving License Center and across the way from Hawai Yu~Town), against a breathtaking backdrop of the beauty of Lake Tōgō and the surrounding natural greenery. Attempting to capture just a bit of the aloha spirit, the monument is engraved with 2 hands making Hawaii’s shaka sign as well as a heart, making it a fun photo op for visitors to the park (especially couples!).

If you are ever in the area, stop on by and take your own photo posing in front of the Aloha Monument!☆

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As part of this year’s Aloha Carnival (happening all throughout Yurihama July 1st through August 21st ), anyone can take their photo in front of the Aloha Monument to win a special prize!!

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