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世界のウチナーンチュ大会/The 7th Worldwide Uchinanchu Festival

【En/Es】Worldwide Uchinanchu Worldwide Festival Opens for the First Time in Six Years! 

Children cheerfully declaring the opening of the event at Okinawa Cellular Park in Naha City at 5:45 p.m. on March 31 (photo by Naoya Oshiro)./ Niños declarando alegremente la apertura del evento en el Parque Celular de Okinawa en la ciudad de Naha a las 17:45 horas del 31 de marzo (foto de Naoya Oshiro).

The 7th Worldwide Uchinanchu Festival, sponsored by the Executive Committee, opened on March 31, 2012, bringing together Uchinanchu from around the world who have their origins in Okinawa.

The opening ceremony was held at Okinawa Cellular Park Naha, an indoor sports stadium in Naha City, with Governor Denny Tamaki, Noboru Akamine, Chairman of the Prefectural Assembly, Governor David Ige of the State of Hawaii, and Ritsumasa Takara, President of the Association of Okinawans in Brazil, taking the stage.

They shared the joy of reunion and pledged to spread the spirit of Uchinanchu around the world, including Ichiribacho-de (When you meet a brother, you are a brother), Chimugukuru (The heart of heart), and Yuimaru (The spirit of Okinawa).

The event was postponed for one year due to the spread of the new coronavirus, and was held for the first time in six years.

The opening ceremony was held at the "green note coaster" with the theme song "Utaarana Odorana (Singing and Dancing). Tokyo Olympics gold medalist Ryo Kituna and others performed karate.

The venue was originally scheduled to be Okinawa Cellular Stadium Naha next to Cellular Park, but was changed at the last minute due to rain. Only invited guests were allowed to enter the Cellular Park, and those who could not get in joined the public viewing at the stadium.

The festival will last until the 3rd. During the event, events will be held in various locations to deepen exchanges between Uchinanchu who live in the prefecture and those who live overseas.

Original Article in Japanese

El Festival Mundial Uchinanchu se inaugura por primera vez en seis años 

El 31 de marzo de 2012 se inauguró el 7º Festival Mundial Uchinanchu, patrocinado por el Comité Ejecutivo, que reúne a Uchinanchu de todo el mundo que tienen sus orígenes en Okinawa.

La ceremonia de apertura se celebró en el Okinawa Cellular Park Naha, un estadio deportivo cubierto en la ciudad de Naha, con el Gobernador Denny Tamaki, Noboru Akamine, Presidente de la Asamblea de la Prefectura, el Gobernador David Ige del Estado de Hawái, y Ritsumasa Takara, Presidente de la Asociación de Okinawenses en Brasil, subiendo al escenario.

Compartieron la alegría del reencuentro y se comprometieron a difundir el espíritu de Uchinanchu por todo el mundo, incluyendo Ichiribacho-de (Cuando te encuentras con un hermano, eres un hermano), Chimugukuru (El corazón del corazón) y Yuimaru (El espíritu de Okinawa).

El evento se pospuso un año debido a la propagación del nuevo coronavirus, y se celebró por primera vez en seis años.

La ceremonia de apertura se celebró en la "montaña rusa de la nota verde" con el tema "Utaarana Odorana (Cantar y Bailar)". El medallista de oro de los Juegos Olímpicos de Tokio, Ryo Kituna, y otras personas interpretaron karate.

Artículo Original en Japonés

 


Worldwide Uchinanchu News/Noticias de Uchinanchu en el mundo

世界のウチナーンチュ大会を楽しもう!/ Enjoy the Worldwide Uchinanchu Festival!/ ¡Disfruta del Festival Mundial de Uchinanchu!

【English】The History of Uchinanchu in the World: 420,000 descendants with pride and love for their homeland

EspanolLa historia de Uchinanchu en el mundo: 420,000 descendientes con orgullo y amor

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