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Last Update: September 7, 2012


Anniversary raffle

American Motors, located outside KAB gate 1, conducted a raffle to celebrate its 9th anniversary. The company had prepared special prizes for the event including the Grand Prize, 1992 Toyota Ceres.   Read More!

Okinawa welcomes new Taiwanese representative

Okinawa's top community and business leaders gathered on the evening of October 6 to raise money for the victims of Taiwan's recent earthquake. The fundraising took place during the a welcome ceremony for Taiwan's new representative at the Sino-Ryukyuan Cultural and Economic Association, Mr.   Read More!

Nago City to Host International Tourism Development Forum

An International Tourism Development Forum will take place from Friday, October 22nd to Sunday 24th at the Busena Resort Hotel in Nago City. The forum will be held under the auspices of the World Trade Center Association (WTCA) through its Committee on Tourism and Cultural Exchange.   Read More!

Okinawans and foreign community unite for Summit success

Last Friday, October 8, Camp Kinser's Surfside restaurant hosted a banquet to inaugurate the future cooperation between Seattle Colleges East-Asia Network, the marines stationed at Kinser, and other members of the United States Military, to support next year's G-8 Summit. Approximately 130 people attended the banquet.   Read More!


Reef Check

If you are a scuba diver, and you have ever been concerned about the current state of coral reef around the island, this may be the time to give a hand. The Coral Network is looking for volunteer divers with qualified skills for coral research.   Read More!

‘99 Autumn Gardening and Planting Festival

Since October 8, the ’99 Okinawa City Gardening and Planting Festival has been going on at a special site located at the Okinawa City Agricultural Training Center in Chibana. The festival’s official theme is “Plant greenery around your life”, and it will run through Sunday.   Read More!

American Families Help Beautify International Cemetery

Last week, more American residents of Okinawa participated in the scheduled monthly cleanup of the Tomari International Cemetery. Located close to Naha City, this cemetery has a very interesting history that makes volunteer work on it more than just a thrill.   Read More!


DODDS-Okinawa “Teacher of the Year” is Known

Ms. Karen Dees of the Amelia Earhart Intermediate School, on Kadena Air Force Base, has been voted the new DOODS-Okinawa Teacher of the Year for 1999.   Read More!


Okinawa Plays Jazz for Taipei Earthquake Victims

On the evening of Friday, 22 October, the Okinawa Rock Association and the Okinawa Jazz Association will join instruments in a live jazz concert on Avenue Street in Koza. Proceeds from the concert, which will take place from 18:30 to 21:00 on the 3rd floor of the Ashibina Building, will be sent to Taiwan to help in relief efforts for victims of the recent earthquake on that island.   Read More!

Futenma Flight line Festival has excitement for everyone

Check out what's happening this weekend, October 16 and 17, at Futenma, where a dazzling aviation display will put you up-close to the aircraft used by the men and the women of the United States Marines and Air Force. There will also be displays by the Japan Air Self Defense Force, and the Blue Sky Paragliding Club will be introducing ultra-light planes to all flight hobbyists.   Read More!

Kick Night 2

In a few days, Samurai challengers from the Youmeikai, Ryushikai and Seunkai Dojos will be clashing fists and kicks again during another exciting "Kick Night" at Club Cielo in Naha City. Following the success of the first event last June, Maki Gym, the only kick boxing gym on the island, will present the second "Kick Night 2: The Samurai Challenge" on Sunday, October 24th.   Read More!


Okinawa Hitachi Network Systems

A party commemorating the establishment of a new company called Okinawa Hitachi Network Systems was held at Okinawa Harborview Hotel in Naha City last October 1. The president of the new company said that Okinawa has become increasingly attractive to high tech industries because of several government-promoted special schemes.   Read More!


A Wall of Chocolate in Berlin

On Wednesday, October 6, residents of Germanyís capital Berlin celebrated the anniversary of former communist East Germany in a most original way. They erected a satirical replica of the infamous Berlin Wall, which in the past was the defunct state's best-known achievement.   Read More!


Gushikawa Matsuri arrives this weekend

Bull fighting, a free concert, and fireworks are some of the exciting things Gushikawa City has planned this year for their annual festival. Entering its 25th year, organizers are expecting a large turnout as usual.   Read More!

Peace, Love, Machigua & Tsuboya Festival

Meanwhile, on the same weekend (Sunday, October 17th), the "Peace, Love, Machigua & Tsuboya Festival" will bring effervescence to the shopping streets and Tsuboya area of Naha City. "Machigua" means "downtown" in Okinawan dialect, and usually indicates the busy shopping area of downtown Naha.   Read More!

A Weekend of Exciting Matsuris

Bull fighting, a free concert, and fireworks are some of the exciting things Gushikawa City has planned this year for their annual festival. Entering its 25th year, organizers are expecting a large turnout as usual.   Read More!


Your Opinion Counts: Letters to the Editor are Back!

I am writing to express my concern over the way most of the media outlets on Okinawa cover natural disasters caused by typhoons or major landslides. I have lived in Okinawa for almost 6 straight years now, without a single day out, ever since I retired from the US Navy and married my sweetheart Keiko from the beautiful Yomitan village.   Read More!


Smoking Fitness Tip

Carolyn from Camp Kinser asks: Lynnell, I am a smoker. For health reasons, I have to stop smoking.   Read More!


“Men Who Cook” on Kadena: Just a Gala Affair

For the first time on the island of Okinawa, gourmet lovers will receive a royal treatment from “Men Who Cook.” Considered by its organizers as the premier social event of the season, the Men Who Cook gala affair is intends to give everyone a taste of the rare cuisine that only a few chosen ones have the opportunity to enjoy in the secrecy of their homes from time to time.   Read More!

A quiet evening at "La Colline"

Chef Akira Ebihara has taken the best of his culinary experiences to create many original dishes at his "La Colline" restaurant in Ginowan. Aromatic herbs and spices mixed together with other ingredients form a variety of tastes that bring out the flavor of fish and beef, while attention to color and display help your eyes capture every detail.   Read More!


Explore Chinese Culture With Phai’s Annual 50% Off Sale

“Actually, 50% is just the minimum! Most of their merchandise is 75% off this year! I can’t believe they are willing to go so slow!” – a customer. China, the third largest nation in the world in land and population, has the world’s longest continuously recorded history.   Read More!

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