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Last Update: September 7, 2012


Yomitan fair this weekend, showcases local dance, song, culture

Okinawan music, dance, food, pottery, and fireworks: it all happens this weekend on November 7 and 8, at the Yomitan Matsuri", one of the last major festivals of the year. The two day event has grown in both size and popularity over the years, but it still manages to maintain a very local atmosphere.   Read More!

Women pro-wrestlers to put on show Sunday

Grunts, roars, and smell of sweat are usually ingredients at any pro-wrestling match with the spectators making at least as much noise as the wrestlers. And that promises to be the atmosphere in the Okinawa City Athletic Parkís outdoor stage, only this time the wrestlers are women.   Read More!

"Southern Breeze" - capturing Okinawan tradition on film

Photography has been a lifelong passion for Shokyu Otsuka. For almost thirty five years Otsuka has dedicated his life, both professionally and spiritually, to this passion.   Read More!


Fitness Tip

For weight loss or weight gain there isnít a magical number that you should try and make a guess at. A 180 pound woman should never be assigned a 1,200 calorie diet without an OK from a physician.   Read More!

Pumpkin House promotes healthier lifestyle

Pumpkin House owner, Yoshiko Higa, wants to "promote a healthier lifestyle" and encourages people to carefully select what goes into their bodies vice watching their caloric intake. Her interest in healthy food stems from asthma that developed when she was 27 years old.   Read More!


Wee Care University provides a home away from home

Three little kiddies went to Wee Care and then smiled all the way home. Wee Care wants to provide children with a "home away from home.   Read More!


Enjoy a Hong Kong experience - "Yamucha" at Alivila Resort

The chatter of conversation, the clang of a tea pot being set down, and the aroma of delicacies such as shrimp and crab being steamed. Waiters are busy rushing back and forth refilling the empty tea pots and bringing out more food.   Read More!


Japanese and Okinawan Superstitions

Salt has long been used to help ward off evil spirits in Okinawa. If someone suspects a ghost or evil spirit may try to invade their home, a small pile of salt, usually accompanied with a couple of cloves of garlic and a knife on the salt, is placed in each room of the house, usually set around the entrances and window openings.   Read More!

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