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Last Update: September 7, 2012


Response to letters to Japan Update concerning Okinawa Internationalization

Recently, Japan Update received quite a few comments about an article that I wrote, which was titled "Okinawa lacks the foundation for internationalization." I would first like to thank all the readers of Japan Update, who occasionally write us.   Read More!


Miss Teen Okinawa Pageant

A new queen graced the stage of Kubasaki High School Auditorium on Saturday during the Miss Teen Okinawa Pageant. Miss Cara Neudigate was crowned, Miss Teen Okinawa, while Chantell Pryer was the first runner up and Twa'lea Randolph took second runner up honors.   Read More!

"Visions of China" Art Show brings feeling to the canvas

"Visions of China" is the title of the latest art exhibition being shown at Hirakawa Bakery's mini-art gallery. The beautiful paintings are the work of Dr.   Read More!


"Early American" atmosphere and great food at "Mary Lou" means fun!

Looking for a taste of America? Are you a seafood lover, or does the sight of tender barbecued spare ribs make your mouth water? Well, there's a new guy in town, and he's bringing with him some great food and an American atmosphere for everyone to enjoy. Kenwa Kamimoto's "Mary Lou" restaurant just opened April 27 in the newly developed entertainment area of Hamby, next to the 7 Plex Movie Theater.   Read More!

La Colline Italian Restaurant

The La Colline, Italian Restaurant, sets atop and overlooks Camp Foster with a breath taking view of the entire base and the ocean. The restaurant has an elegantly romantic ambiance with delicate Italian cuisine.   Read More!


Kinser Elementary teaches kids everyone has different "abilities"

What is it actually like to not be able to see or hear? Kids at the Kinser Elementary School found out last week, on Friday during the school's third annual "Abilities Awareness Day". The event was first organized by Mary Ann Collins, a teacher at Kinser Elementary, who wanted to introduce kids to the world of handicapped children.   Read More!


Westpac to close Gate 2 Street shop

An era will come to an end when one of the Gate 2 Street's landmark vendors, Westpac Corp. will pack its wares and move the shop to Guam.   Read More!


Bringing news and protecting rivers for seventeen years

Giving us the true story on many different environmental problems has been the job of OTV's newscaster, Reiko Terada, for the past 17 years. Her special series, focusing on rivers, started in 1981 and still airs every Thursday on the early evening news at 6:25 pm.   Read More!

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