HAPPY BALLOONS♪

Begins on November 28th 2018

Highlights

The only one in the world!
A dream combination of balloon art and Ryukyu dancing.
Happy experience

It is a very popular performance inside and outside Japan in which you can experience Okinawan traditional performing arts surrounded by colorful balloons. This year, there are three versions, including a new performance. “Karate & Eisa” was added to the performances - “Koten buyo (Classic dance) & Zou odori” in which a pine tree made of huge balloons is in the back ground, and “Zou odori & Creative dance” which is surrounded by a blue ocean and sea creatures. It makes both children and adults smile naturally and makes them fans of Okinawa traditional performing arts. Enjoy this extraordinarily happy time together!

The only one in the world, a combination of balloon art and Ryukyu entertainment.

Children and adults can feel closer to tradition by watching and experiencing it together.

Three versions including a new performance “Karate & Eisa”. You can enjoy a variety of performances.

Reviews

“It’s unique and fun experience that the audience can join the Ryukyu performance by using balloons.”

“It was a very good way to involve children so that they are interested in it.
It was fun because it was an unexpected combination.”

“I was very touched by the matching of Ryukyu dancing and balloons.
It was also nice that we felt a sense of unity with the audiences.”

Outline of the performance

Outline of the performance
Date and Time
2018
  • Wednesday, November 28th 7pm
  • Thursday, November 29th 7pm
  • Friday, November 30th 7pm
  • Saturday, December 1st 1pm/4pm
  • Sunday, December 2nd 1pm/4pm

*Each curtain time might change

Locations
Tenbusu hal 3 Chome-2-10 Makishi, Naha, Okinawa Prefecture
Naha city Culture Tenbusu hall 4F * Use of public transportations such as the monorail is recommended to access the location. * Traffic restriction may occur on Kokusai Street due to Transit mall, NAHA Marathon or Naha tug of war. * Kokusai Street will be a pedestrian street from 12pm to 6pm on Sundays. Please refer to this website for the detour.
Ticket prices (including sales tax)
Adult
2,500 yen
18 and under
2,000 yen
*Children aged 5 and under don’t need a ticket if they sit on a lap.