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Last Update: September 7, 2012


"Dressed to Kill" Fashion Show Tears Down Walls

An audience of over 200 people gathered at the Kinser Surfside last Thursday, December 16th, to watch some 30 Navy and Marine Corps service members and their spouses present a fashion show rightly codenamed "Dressed to Kill.” Col.   Read More!

Peaceful Illumination of Itoman City

Itoman City is hosting a grand light show at the Nishizaki Shinsuwi Park until January 3rd, 2000. Peace is the theme, as 1.   Read More!

Famous Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders are in Okinawa

Those talented, athletic and aesthetic ladies from Texas, most popuarly known as "America’s Sweethearts,” will be spreading holiday cheers all over Okinawa next week. The sensational Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders, as they are officially known, are scheduled to visit military installations and entertain service members stationed on Okinawa throughout the day on Wednesday, December 22nd.   Read More!

Southeast Botanical Gardens Creates Millennium Wonderland

This year’s Christmas and New Year holidays will be celebrated on one of the world’s most beautiful tropical eco-museums in a most lustrous manner. The Southeast Botanical Gardens will again be offering to spectacle-hungry holiday makers bright evenings within its gorgeous natural setting, all through the period of the two major feasts.   Read More!


Giving US Military Community Relations a Lady Face

It is no secret to anyone that the US military presence on Okinawan soil has often been a major source of controversy. Local media focus in the past portrayed mostly negative issues, and rarely paid any attention to the positive aspects of what, in the final analysis, has become the fruitful coexistence of two major cultures on one small island.   Read More!

For Businessman Charlie McDermott, It’s Business Unusual in Year 2000

Twenty-two years on Okinawan soil, and still going. Every new day on the island seems to represent a fresh beginning, symbolic of an ever interesting sojourn for the man who now heads American business interests in this part of Japan.   Read More!

It’s Also Kwanzaa Time for African Americans

The annual end of year Kwanzaa festival that Americans of African descent celebrate with bright colors is just around the corner. Starting on Sunday, December 26th, many African Americans on Okinawa will join in celebrating their historical identity with brothers and sisters back in the United States and wellwishers worldwide.   Read More!

Lady Takes Flamenco Dance to Higher Heights

Loud shouts of castanets pour on the visitor like rain as soon as one steps into the flamenco studio in Naha City. Then, stumps of heels follow at a rhythm that can only be described as perfectly timed.   Read More!


Japanese New Year

In the Japanese calendar year, the beginning of the year represents one of the most important cultural events, and New Year has become a blend of both ancient and modern customs. New Year or Shogatsu, is the most important holiday in Japan.   Read More!


Kaito Develops Quiet Spot for Okinawa Diners

Are you looking for a place where you can sit down and enjoy quiet and relaxing moments between the holiday shopping frenzy and all the fuss about the fast approaching New Millennium? Kaito could be the one of your best alternatives for dine-out experience. Kaito is an Italian restaurant that was recently inaugurated on the third floor of the Plaza Shopping Center in Okinawa City.   Read More!


What's Going On Here? You Were Right About Melissa Zeman

I have read with interest the publication, JAPAN UPDATE, as pertaining to Melissa Zeman. I have been her English teacher for two years.   Read More!

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