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Last Update: September 7, 2012


Satoshi's Wish

Have you ever wondered why some of your wishes don't come true? In Japan, cranes are deemed to bring good fortune and are symbols of peace and longevity. And, according to a Japanese legend, you must make 1,000 paper cranes, make your wish and then thread them together 100 per string.   Read More!

Across the ocean's divide

Sailing through the waters surrounding the Kerama islands, and gently taking their yacht from one enchanted island to the next is what Kenji Matsumoto and his wife, Valeria, love best about Okinawa. The sea is like home for them, but it took many miles and many stops at far away places before their lives finally crossed paths, bringing the two free spirits together.   Read More!


Dive services for non-military foreigners offered

Many foreign residents on Okinawa do not have a military ID card to gain access to base dive shops. Now they have an alternative dive shop off base, catering to English speaking divers.   Read More!


Director of "GAIA Symphony" movies visits Okinawa

The "GAIA Symphony 3" was shown at the Yomitan Social Welfare Center last Sunday, August 9. The movie brought together both first time viewers of the "GAIA Symphony" film series, and also long time fans.   Read More!


Bite into some sushi at "Yoshi Hachi"

Fish and rice are often the image of Japanese cuisine for many foreigners. Although visitors to Japan are often surprised by the variety of tastes and ingredients used in Japanese cooking, it is true that fish and rice do play an important role in the traditional diet of all Japanese people.   Read More!

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