Opens on February 13th 2019

This performance has ended


Sing the love and the joy of living
This is an Okinawan musical which celebrates the life.

Since the first performance in 2013, we have performed more than 100 times inside and outside Japan. This popular and evolving song and dance production will appear on the stage again this year. The story takes place in a fishing village. It’s a heartwarming story of a man and woman who fall in love and the life of the village people who support them. An elegant and delicate performance based on Ryukyu Dance which can be dynamic at times emphasizes the joy hidden in everyday life. The captivating traditional costumes, the melody of violin, Sanshin (Okinawan traditional three-stringed instrument) and percussion, express the pride of living in Okinawa in a loud voice.

An elegant and delicate performance based on Ryukyu Dance

The dynamic dance and captivating traditional costumes

Live performance of violin, Sanshin (Okinawan traditional three-stringed instrument) and percussion.

Audience Reviews

“Thank you for an amazing time. I felt rejuvenated!!
This performance made me think that I should cherish every day.”

“My plan to visit Okinawa and the timing of the performance didn’t match, so this time I came to Okinawa just for the performance.
We hope you will have the performance in Tokyo again.”

“The dancing, singing and live music were very nice.
My elementary school age daughter also seemed to enjoy the performance. She kept smiling and clapping.
An amazing time that flew by so quickly.”

Outline of the performance

Outline of the performance
Date and Time
  • Wednesday, February 13th 7pm
  • Thursday, February 14th 7pm
  • Friday, February 15th 7pm
  • Saturday, February 16th 1pm/4pm
  • Sunday, February 17th 1pm/4pm

*Performance times are subject to change.

Palette Civic Theater Palette Kumoji 9F
1-1-1 Kumoji, Naha, Okinawa Prefecture * Use of public transportations such as the monorail is recommended to get to the venue. * 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)
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.