※Depending on the situation, the plan might be changed.
|Access to the venue||
【By a rental car】
【By a fixed route bus】
【By an airport shuttle bus】
|Venue of registration||
Chatan Park Athletic Stadium
|Number of positions|
Approximately 5.5 km
Start of registration: It is planned to start from 8.30am.
|Eligibility for participation|
Anyone can join us.
|Eat and drink|
There will be food and drink stands, please use it.Bringing food and drink is basically OK, but it is banned to bring alcohol. Concerning drinking alcohol, please note the instructions listed below.
|Operation and special cooperation|
Okinawa Sports Factory
ONE PIECE RUN in Okinawa 2017 Secretariat
Participation Rules for the One Piece Run in Okinawa 2017
Prepared on December 5, 2016
Modified on December 17, 2016
Each and every participant in the One Piece Run in Okinawa 2017 (the “Event”) shall accept and agree to these rules for the One Piece Run in Okinawa 2017 (“Rules”) prior to applying for the participation in the Event. These Rules may be modified without notice at the discretion of the Organizer. Participants shall visit the official website of the Event or the like to check how these Rules are updated.
Article 1: Eligibility for Participation
- 1. Eligible participants in the Event shall be healthy individuals with no heart disease or other illness.
- 2. Participants of preschool age shall be accompanied by their guardians. Up to two preschoolers per guardian may participate.
- 3. Minors shall obtain the consent of their guardians before participation.
- 4. No pets will be allowed to participate in the Event with their owners.
Article 2: Application for Participation
- 1. Anyone who wishes to participate in the Event shall apply for the participation in the Event after agreeing to these Rules and other instructions from the organizer of the Event (“Organizer”). An application for the participation in the Event will be considered as the applicant’s agreement to these Rules.
- 2. The representative of a team entering the Event as a group will be considered as having any authority of representation in connection with his/her team members’ application for participation. Such representative shall ensure that he/she has made an application after he/she sufficiently informed his/her team members of these Rules and obtained their consent to the participation in the Event and these Rules.
- 3. Participants shall accept and agree to the nature of the Event where “they may, as a stage effect, be exposed to wind, bubbles, waters, etc.”
Article 3: Participation Fee
- 1. Participants shall pay the participation fee by the deadline in the prescribed manner, as set by the Organizer.
- 2. No participant may, after his/her application, cancel or make a request for refund unless there is a reason attributable to the Organizer.
- 3. It is not allowed to assign any right related to the participation in the Event or change the names of participants.
Article 4: Matters to Be Observed in Participating in the Event
- 1. Participants shall follow any instructions from the Organizer with respect to the safety management and operation in the Event.
- 2. Participants shall keep their valuables and other personal belongings under their own responsibility.
Article 5: Special Instructions for Cosplayer Participants
Cosplayer participants shall observe the special instructions separately provided by the Organizer. (For the purpose of these Rules, the term “participant” includes cosplayer participants.) *The special instructions will be posted on the official website at a later date.
Article 6: Interruption, Postponement, Partial Change, Scale-down or Cancellation of the Event
- 1. Participants shall immediately follow any instructions to be given by the Organizer in terms of the interruption of participation in or cancellation of the Event if the Organizer finds during the Event that there is a problem in continuing the Event.
- 2. The Organizer may decide to postpone, partially change, scale down or cancel the Event due to a large-scale earthquake, wind or flood damage, bad weather, incident, accident, epidemic or the like (“Disaster”).
- 3. If such postponement, partial change, scale-down or cancellation of the Event is decided due to the Disaster, the Organizer will post such announcement on the official website or social networking service (SNS) of the Event to give notice to the participants.
- 4. Even if the Event is postponed, partially changed, scaled down or cancelled due to the Disaster, the participation fee shall not be refunded to the participants unless there is a reason attributable to the Organizer. If the Event is postponed, the Organizer shall designate a new date for the Event, and even if a participant is unable to participate on the new date, no participation fee shall be refunded to such participant.
Article 7: Indemnity
- 1. Participants will, and shall ensure to, under their own responsibility, take care of their health and be fully prepared for the Event to participate in the Event. Participants shall participate after agreeing that the Organizer will not be liable for their injuries, illnesses, deaths or the like during the Event.
- 2. In the case of any injury or illness of a participant during the Event, the Organizer will only provide first-aid. Participants agree that they will receive first-aid and that the Organizer will not be liable for the procedure, process or the like thereof.
- 3. The Organizer will not be liable for any dispute or the like between participants whatever the cause or nature of the dispute may be.
- 4. Participants will hold the Organizer harmless from liability for any injury, illness (including aftereffects thereof), death or any other damage during the Event unless such damage is caused by a willful act or gross negligence of the Organizer, and not only participants but also any of their family members, relatives, heirs, executors, receivers or the like will not make any claim for damages or otherwise.
- 5. Participants will hold the Organizer harmless from liability for any accident, theft (including any theft of valuables), loss, damage, stain, or any other property damage during the Event unless such damage is caused by a willful act or gross negligence of the Organizer, and participants will not make any claim for damages or otherwise.
- 6. The Organizer may make compensation for an accident, injury or illness during the Event within the range of its insurance coverage, but not for anything not covered by such insurance.
Article 8: Use of Videos, Photographs, etc.
Participants shall accept that the Organizer (or its contractor or permitted third party) may take photographs of participants or make a sound or video recording of the Event. The copyrights, ownership or any other rights of any videos, photographs or articles of the Event containing all or part of the portraits of the participants (“Recordings”) will belong to the Organizer. The Organizer may use Recordings for TV, newspapers, magazines, the Internet including SNS, Event posters and brochures for subsequent rounds, the official website of the Event, DVDs, Blu-ray Discs and other products and media. Participants agree to such use in these media by making an application for the Event. Participants shall raise no objections against the Organizer’s use of Recordings in the media, and even if the Organizer is paid for Recordings, no participants shall demand that the Organizer pay the participants for such Recordings.
Article 9: Handling of Personal Information
- 1. Lawson HMV Entertainment, Inc. (“Lawson HMV”), which receives applications for participation and handles tickets, is aware of the importance of personal information, and will strictly comply with the Act on the Protection of Personal Information and other relevant laws and legislation, and handle personal information in accordance with the Personal Information Protection Policies separately established by Lawson HMV.
- 2. Participants need to register certain information prescribed by the Organizer (name, e-mail and mailing addresses, telephone number, birth date, sex and other information specified in the application form) in the system of Lawson HMV.
- (1) Guides on the Event, or subsequent rounds of the Event, other events or services, etc., which may be carried out by Lawson HMV, sponsors, co-organizers or other related companies; and
- (2) Descriptions when comments, interviews or the like of participants appear on the Internet, brochures, newspapers, TV, magazines or any other media.
Article 10: Disqualification
- 1. The Organizer may disqualify, and eject from the Event site, a participant if he/she:
- (1) Breaches these Rules or instructions separately provided by the Organizer;
- (2) Fails to bring the evidence that he/she has applied for participation;
- (3) Registers false or fraudulent information in applying for participation;
- (4) Causes trouble to, or damage to the body or property of, another participant, or is deemed by the Organizer to be likely to cause such trouble or damage;
- (5) Damages any property in the site;
- (6) Fails to follow any warnings or instructions given by the Organizer or staff in the Event;
- (7) Is or was associated with an organized crime group or any other anti-social force;
- (8) Otherwise conducts an act against law or public order and morals; participates in the Event in/with an outfit or belonging against law or public order and morals; or interferes with the operation of the Event; or
- (9) Is deemed by the Organizer to be inappropriate as a participant in the Event.
- 2. If the Organizer finds any false statement in terms of the age, sex or the like of a participant, or any participation by a person other than the applicant (or team member subject to the application made by the representative,) (run by a substitute), the Organizer shall be entitled to take action such as revoking the participation of such participant and disqualifying such participant for the subsequent rounds of the Event, and such participant shall follow the decision by the Organizer. In addition, any false statement or run by a substitute is not covered by the insurance and the Organizer will not be responsible or liable for the substitute, such as giving aid or refund.
- 3. If a participant causes damage to the Organizer, staff of the Event, other participants or other third parties due to his/her breach of this article, the breaching participant shall make compensation for such damage at his/her responsibility and expense.
In this case, such disqualified person shall accept the disqualification and ejection without objection, and the Organizer will not make any refund of participation fee or compensate any damages to such disqualified person.
Article 11: Modification to These Rules
The Organizer may modify these Rules as necessary. In the event of such modification to these Rules, the Organizer will promptly post, and make available to the participants, such modification on the website of the Event or the like. When such post by the Organizer appears on the website of the Event or the like, these Rules will be modified and the participants will be deemed to have agreed to such modification.
Special Instructions for Cosplayer Participants
Article 1: General Provisions
- 1. In addition to the Participation Rules for the Event (“Rules”), the Special Instructions for Cosplayer Participants (“Special Instructions”) shall apply to cosplayer participants.
- 2. In the event of any discrepancy between the terms and conditions of the Rules and the Special Instructions, the latter shall prevail.
- 3. Participants shall cosplay at their own responsibility. The Organizer shall not be responsible or liable for any conduct detrimental to a participant due to a trouble with other participants arising from his/her cosplaying (including, but not limited to, molestation, quarrel or fight, or shooting and posting on the Internet of videos, photographs, etc. by other participants, spectators or the like).
Article 2: Prohibited Costumes
No participants shall wear:
- (1) Outfits for professions with specific professional authority or responsibilities, such as a uniform of a police officer, firefighter, self-defense official, security guard, medical doctor or nurse;
- (2) Skimpy outfits (* If you wear a revealing costume or costume exposing your breasts or hips or directly showing your underwear, you should put on an undershirt, tights, leggings or the like so that your bare skin will not be exposed);
- (3) Outfits or accouterments which are deemed to be dangerous to other participants because they may hurt or trip other participants, or full-face masks;
- (4) Outfits intended to publicize, advertise or otherwise promote a political or religious propaganda;
- (5) Outfits intended to publicize, advertise or otherwise promote the name of a specific person, specific area, organization, business entity or the like;
- (6) Outfits associated with the Nazis or terrorist organizations;
- (7) Outfits associated with racism or any other discrimination;
- (8) Outfits publicizing a fund-raising, signature-collecting or any other similar drive;
- (9) Outfits making other participants and spectators feel uncomfortable;
- (10) Outfits disturbing nearby participants and spectators;
- (11) Outfits regarded by the Organizer as a violation of the laws or offense of public order and morals; or
- (12) Any other outfits regarded by the Organizer as being inappropriate on the basis of the spirit of the Event.
Article 3: Props Prohibited to be Brought in
- 1. No participants shall bring into the Event:
- (1) Stick- or rod-like things with a length of 50 cm or more, or those made of hard materials with a length of less than 50 cm;
- (2) Firearms, swords, chains or any other weapons or arms (including, but not limited to, toy guns, air guns, and imitation swords) (* Anything made of soft materials, such as Styrofoam, may be brought in, provided, however, that anything that may hurt nearby people or things is prohibited to be brought in);
- (3) Anything that may hurt or pose a danger to nearby people or things;
- (4) Fuel (e.g., gasoline), alcohols, explosives, drugs, detonating agents, noise-making equipment that may disturb nearby people or things, etc.;
- (5) Any other things that constitute or may constitute a violation of the laws or offense of public order and morals; or
- (6) Any other things regarded by the Organizer as being inappropriate on the basis of the spirit of the Event, being dangerous, or potentially disturbing nearby people or things.
- 2. Even if an item is allowed to be brought into the Event, no participant may brandish or wield, or point at others with such item or otherwise commit an act that pose a danger to or disturb nearby people or things.
- 3. Even if a participant cosplays in accordance with these Special Instructions, the Organizer may airbrush or otherwise process his/her image in a video or photograph of a scene of the Event, which is shot by the Organizer, before it is released to the public.
Article 4: Notes
- 1. Participants follow, in addition to these Special Instructions, any other instructions from the Organizer. If a participant wears or brings in an outfit or prop, which is against these Special Instructions or pose a danger to other participants when he/she runs, the Organizer may, at its own discretion, temporarily keep such outfit or prop or take any other action, and will not be responsible or liable for any resultant loss, damage, alteration or the like of such outfit or prop.
- 2. If a participant breaches these Special Instructions or if there are complaints about a participant from other participants or spectators, the Organizer may demand that he/she cease to cosplay, stop participating in the Event, or leave the site of the Event.
Article 5: Exclusion of Liability
- 1. Participants shall raise no objection against any decision made by the Organizer in accordance with these Special Instructions. Even if a participant is not allowed to participate in the Event, the Organizer shall not refund his/her participation fee.
- 2. The Organizer shall not be liable for any damage arising from a participant’s cosplaying or inability to cosplay, other than those set forth in these Special Instructions, unless such damage is caused by a willful act or gross negligence of the Organizer.
(C)Eiichiro Oda/Shueisha, Toei Animation