The new hot spot to experience the appeal of Eisa
The Eisa Museum is a cultural experience center, created to enable people to learn more about Eisa: a traditional Okinawan Bon dance performed during the Bon festival season. In addition to the Eisa of Okinawa City, an area with a vibrant Eisa culture, the museum also houses a collection of materials relating to other Okinawan Eisa, as well as Eisa dances performed in other parts of Japan and even overseas. Visitors can view rare and valuable movie footage, try on costumes and experience dancing for themselves, making it an enjoyable destination for both adults and children alike.
Address: 1st floor of KOZA MUSIC TOWN, 1-1-1 Uechi, Okinawa-shi, Okinawa
Hours: 10am to 9pm
Closed: Wednesdays (If it falls on a public holiday, the next weekday is day off.)
*Photography of the Eisa dance is a depiction of the traditional Michi Junee parade that takes place during summer.