The art of Kabuki can be traced back to the Edo period (1603–1867) and is one of Japan’s major classical theatres, along with noh and bunraku. Because Kabuki is a timeless and beloved national tradition, it has been named a part of UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage...
Morioka City Zoological Park is located in the mountains of Morioka, Iwate Prefecture, south of Misawa. The zoo is home to over 700 animals and nearly 100 different species, some indigenous to Japan such as Okinawan sheep, Japanese black bears, tanuki (raccoon dogs)...
Sumo wrestling is a deep-seated tradition in Japanese culture and is closely aligned with Shinto, the native religion of Japan. The first sumo matches were held on the grounds of Shinto shrines to honor the kami, or spirits, and to ensure a bountiful harvest. Sumo...
Join us for the Opening Weekend of the Base Beach. To celebrate the beginning of summer we'll have free kayak, canoe and SUP rentals! For those who are a bit
Join us for the Opening Weekend of the Base Beach. To celebrate the beginning of summer we’ll have free kayak, canoe and SUP rentals! For those who are a bit more competitive, participate in our corn hole, 3-point and beach volleyball tournaments. We’ll also have tug-o-war, lawn Jenga® and bouncy houses set up!
Sunday, May 28 10 a.m.–5 p.m. All Ages FREE
Register to compete in one of the tournaments HERE.
Sign up to volunteer HERE.