I play and pray for peace at Okinawa Peace Memorial Park.
This is the video taken by Tomomi Taninoue who is an actress and has mother and grandmother from Okinawa.
沖縄平和記念公園 Kackey@dabigtree｜Okinawa Prefectural Peace Memorial Museum
In late March 1945, a fierce battle such as has rarely been seen in history took place on these islands. The “Typhoon of Steel” that lasted for ninety days disfigured mountains, destroyed much of the cultural legacy, and claimed the precious lives of upward of 200,000 people. The Battle of Okinawa was the only ground fighting fought on Japanese soil and was also the largest-scale campaign of the Asia-Pacific War. Even countless Okinawan civilians were fully mobilized.
【Kackey@dabigtree（カッキー）】アフリカの太鼓ジャンベを叩いて歌うシンガーソングライター。イタリア・ダマヌールMusic of the plants公式アーティスト。生体電位をシンセ音に変換するデバイスを使い植物と即興演奏をする植物音楽ユニット大地の種、シルクドソレイユの演出家が手がけるマカオのショーなど世界で活躍するパフォーマー達との和物エンタメチーム演楽表現集団飛花-Hibana-として活動中。豊中市出身。
Ookini means thank you in Japanese. We, Seeds of Earth had a meeting with President of Ookini building, Mr. Uematsu at head office in Osaka. We are so happy if we collaborate with them as an artist to make a better place for next generations.