Posts Tagged ‘yurihama’



2017.06.07 (Wed)



Venue:         Shiokaze no Oka Tomari
1313 Tomari, Yurihama-cho, Tohaku-gun, Tottori-ken

Registration Deadline: GGPR3
Registration Fee: 1,000 yen per person
(Special price for exchange students and foreigners living in Japan! Includes lunch for both days and commemorative goods)


  1. Free shuttle bus service available from Tottori Station, Central Tottori General Office (in front of TPIEF’s Kurayoshi office), or Yonago Station.
  2. Rental clubs and balls will be available for use at no extra charge.
  3. Gameplay will follow the rules set forth by the Japan Ground Golf Association.
  4. The event will still be held in the event of rain; however, the event is subject to change in the event of severe weather.
  5. There will be an optional welcome reception held on Thursday, October 19, 2017, before the tournament begins. This is free for all participants to attend.

Learn more here!GGPR4

Inquiries & Applications:

International GG Open Executive Committee
〒682-0723 Tottori-ken, Tohaku-gun, Yurihama-cho, Hisadome 19-1
E-mail:               TEL: 0858-35-5368
– OR –
Yurihama Coordinator for International Relations – Julianna Keleher
E-mail:           TEL: 0858-35-5311


松崎駅前 軽トラ市

2017.05.26 (Fri)


Come and join us in Matsuzaki for the K-Truck Market, featuring a flea market, cooking lessons using emergencies rations, fresh vegetables and fish vendors, various crafts, and more!

Saturday, May 27, 2017
9am – 12pm
Near Matsuzaki Station
(parking lot of the now-closed supermarket)




2017.04.27 (Thu)


When: Friday, June 2nd, 2017 ・ 6:30pm (doors open at 6pm)
平成29年6月2日 ・ 開演 18時30分 (会場 18時)
Where: Hawai Aloha Hall ・ ハワイアロハホール
Inquiries: Hawai Aloha Hall   TEL: 35-5678
584 Hawai-Nagase, Yurihama 〒682-0722
〒682-0722 湯梨浜町はわい長瀬584

※Event is free to attend, but you will need to reserve your seat in advance (2 people admitted per ticket). Deadline to apply is Thursday, May 11.



2017.04.19 (Wed)


Yurihama Mayor Masamichi Miyawaki visited the town’s sister city of Hawaii County last month, where he met with the recently re-elected Mayor Harry Kim and members of the Japanese Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Hawaii.

訪問1During a courtesy visit with Mayor Kim, the two renewed the sister city agreement between Yurihama and Hawaii County and reaffirmed their commitment to, as well as the importance of, the sister city relationship.

Mayor Miyawaki expressed his hope that the friendship as well as the cultural, educational, and business exchange between the two communities will continue to strengthen and expand with Mayor Kim’s support and cooperation.






由紀さおり&安田祥子 童謡コンサート

2017.03.12 (Sun)



Come join us in Yurihama for an afternoon of traditional
Japanese children’s songs as performed by
the legendary Saori Yuki and Sachiko Yasuda.

 Date: April 9th, 2017 (Sun)
Time: 1:30pm (Doors open 1:00pm)
Location: Hawai Aloha Hall

Inquiries:  Hawai Aloha Hall  TEL: 0858-35-5678
Tickets:      Adult 2,500円 (3,000円 at the door)
High school and under 1,500円 (2,000円 at the door)

Tickets available now at the Yurihama Town Hall
and both the Tomari and Togo branch locations.



2017.03.07 (Tue)


 Come enjoy an afternoon of the traditional Japanese
storytelling art of rakugo this Saturday
at the Yurihama Central Community Center!

鳥取ちゅうぶ落語会・Tottori Chubu Rakugo
日 時  平成29年3月11日(土) 14:00~15:30 (開場13:30)
Saturday, March 11, 2017  2 – 3:30pm (doors open at 1:30pm)

  場 所 湯梨浜町中央公民館(湯梨浜町龍島505)
Yurihama Central Community Center (505 Ryūtō, Yurihama)

   入場料  無料
While seats available




2017.02.22 (Wed)


  Yurihama’s Genki Ume (peppy plum) brand uses locally grown Japanese plums (ume) in a variety of %e3%81%92%e3%82%93%e3%81%8d%e6%a2%85%ef%bc%92delicious and unique local creations sold at several locations throughout the town. The brand was devised to bring out the vitality of the region, guided by the idea that the spirit and energy of the community is intrinsically linked to the spirit and energy of its citizens.

The original products sold under the Genki Ume brand are made with Nokyō Bungo Japanese plums, which is a large type of plum grown in the area. These large Japanese plums not only make a sweet and tasty treat, but are also said to help in relieving fatigue and increasing energy and vitality

%e3%81%92%e3%82%93%e3%81%8d%e6%a2%85%ef%bc%91   You can choose from everything from desserts, ice-cream, and pound cakes to syrups, vinegar, and jams! The sweet tartness of the plums makes a surprisingly satisfying and delicious contrast when matched with the other ingredients of these local creations.


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