Friday, January 11, 2019

A wealth of Okinawan videos covering every aspect of Okinawa


A wealth of Okinawan videos covering every aspect of Okinawa
 

 

There is so much more to Okinawa than just karate. This site had hundreds of videos about what is happening on Okinawa for the Okinawan people. Little of it is karate related, but I search through them to discover a few possibilities.
 

However if you wan to experience Okinawa, today, from an Okinawan perspective, this is a marvelous chance to do so.
 

Don’t get put off because they are speaking Japanese. The description of the video on the youtube page if pasted into Bing translate, often describes what is going on and only takes a few key strokes to obtain a translation.

 
The rest is up to you. How much do you really want to experience the real Okinawa. Are you up to a visit?

 

 

 

 

October 13, 2012 held at GSK Road Park in Minamigusuku, Okinawa. The second "new descent" is a 100-person procession that was held at the Minamigusuku Festival.

 

 

The hoe of the Tamaki district and the former river is a theater depicting the state of the old farm work.

They are played by 24 people.

Plowing the fields with the hoe, and the figure of farmers working hard

The scenery of the farm village such as the person who hits the bell and the voice is drawn up. The former River Hoe is the city of Nanjo. is designated as an intangible folk cultural asset

 

 

This is a valuable 16-millimeter film footage of 1949 (Showa 24), which was filmed by the former Sashiki-machi Inaho. The scenes of the children who study in the tent hut classroom at Sashiki Elementary School are filmed.
 

 

 

Ayag of the Tamaki district and the former river is a man dance with the brave appearance of the young person in the farm village.

Men dance in the head with a purple pot.

It is said that the young people are made to dance like the power comparison.

It is said that it expresses that the cooperation of the people is the first in the development of the farm village. The Ayag of the former river has been designated as an intangible folk cultural property of Nanjo City.

 

 

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