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Last Update: September 7, 2012

Nature

It’s Early Springtime in Okinawa

For the past week, many inhabitants of Okinawa, local nationals and foreign residents alike, have been visiting various parks and other green spaces, from north to south, to admire some of the prettiest gifts of nature: the cherry blossoms. According to several people who have lived on the island for long, the Okinawa “springtime” season is one of the best moments for those who have great admiration for nature.   Read More!

Culture

Naha City “Playgirls” March in Naha City

A notorious “Juliumma” march took place at Naminoue, Naha City on the 20th of January. This traditional march, involving over 700 young women dressed in Ryukyu kimonos, last took place in 1988.   Read More!

Community

Welcome aboard DDH 143 Shirane!

The people of Okinawa gave a warm welcome to the Japanese Self-Defense Forces (JASDF) on Friday, January 28th, aboard the DDH143 Shirane. Five ships had arrived the previous day from Nagasaki Prefecture.   Read More!

Kids’ Fun Day at the Schilling Community Center

Free carnival games, videos and a clown will provide plenty of family fun from 2:00 to 5:00 p.m.   Read More!

Grand Opening of New Kadena Child Development Center

The Shima No Ko Child Development Center, located in Bldg. 4081, will be holding its grand opening ceremony on February 16th at 10:30 a.   Read More!

Naha Housewives Organize City Lifestyle Bazaar

Last weekend, on January 29th, the 23rd “Reflect on City Lifestyle Bazaar” was held at the Naha City hall. The massive bazaar was sponsored and organized by the Naha City Housewives Organization.   Read More!

Health

Pro Baseball Teams Camping on Island

Naha airport was crowded with reporters and fans, on Monday, January 31st, as the professional baseball team Nippon Ham arrived on island to train for the upcoming season. City officials and the 1999 Miss Sakuras welcomed the team with bouquets of flower and welcome speeches.   Read More!

20-Year-Old Blood Donation Campaign in Nago

The Nago city Red Cross Organization has been hosting a “20-year-old Blood Donation Campaign” since the beginning of January, and will continue to run it till the 29th of February. 20-year-olds are encouraged to donate 400ml of blood, which is currently in demand.   Read More!

Technology

Hackers Invade Posts and Telecommunications Homepage

The Okinawa Office of the Posts and Telecommunications homepage was hacked into last January 25th. Information and pictures concerning WWII history, that were displayed on the homepage, were changed.   Read More!

Opinion

What’s Going On Here?

Friends. Not acquaintances, but true friendships.   Read More!

Message from Prime Minister Keizo Obuchi

On 1st January, 2000, Japan assumed the Chair of the G8 Summit. For the duration of the year, Japan is charged with promoting policy coordination and cooperation among the G8 governments and the European Commission.   Read More!

Entertainment

STYX Rock Band Coming to Island

Look who's back : STYX! Seemingly, the last band from the 70's that has not undergone any reforms in its popular style, is presently on tour. This is a first since the reunion of its popular lineup in 13 years.   Read More!

Venue Change for Free “Animal Planet” Concert

Armed Forces Entertainment will bring the famous “Animal Planet” in a free rock concert at the Banyan Tree Club on February 6th, at 8 p.m.   Read More!

Gourmet

Hiramatsu: Serving Fresh Food in Okinawa for over 9 Years

For those who like to venture out to try something new and different in terms of dining facilities, Hiramatsu Kappou Izakaiya is one place that should be on their for the next dine-out experience. With over 24 years of cooking experience as a chef, Master Chousei Kiyuna offers various daily “kaiseki” (dinner courses), including: Sashimi (raw fish), Kakiage (mixed tempura), Yakimono (grilled food), Mushimono (steamed vegetables), and Agemono (boiled dish).   Read More!

Shopping

Automated Bill Payment Service Comes to Okinawa

It's that familiar chore. Get off work early or take time on your day off, go to the bank, stand in line, and buy yen.   Read More!

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