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Last Update: September 7, 2012


Hotel Hosts France’s Chirac

We continue our series on hotels stayed in by world leaders for the Group of Eight Summit. Here we profile the Rizzan Sea-Park which hosted French President Jaques Chirac and Canadian Premier Jean Chretien.   Read More!


Kansai "Gaijin" Makes Miso - a Way of Life

Tony Flenley is not your typical "gaijin". Although his ability to speak Japanese fluently is truly atypical, his real uniqueness exists in what he has chosen for his profession.   Read More!


Botanic Paradise’s Waterdragon, Giant Tarantula and Birdwing Butterflies

A 2 x 1.5 meter giant hairy brown tarantula doing body squats and waving its legs around greets visitors to the Butterfly Pavilion at the Southeast Botanical Gardens.   Read More!

An Okinawan Wildlife Safari

Do you need to soothe the savage beasts in your household? Then a trip to the Okinawa Island Park and Children’s Land is just what you need. The park boasts acres of botanical gardens, an amusement park, petting zoo and an impressive collection of wild animals.   Read More!


Hazards of the Shallows - Okinawa’s Toxic Jellyfish

One recent sunny Saturday, two American couples, one with two small children, arrived at their destination of Hamahiga beach on Okinawa’s southeastern coast. After a couple of enthusiastic recommendations from friends, they had been looking forward to going for weeks.   Read More!

The Goat Path’s Limestone Shelves, Vertical Walls and Luscious Sea Fans

The Goat Path is a great dive that you will want in your logbook before leaving Okinawa. However, it cannot be dove every weekend and should only be attempted when the water conditions are flat and you are physically and mentally ready to dive a dive that will really satisfy the adventure seeker.   Read More!


Good Food and Wine Served Unhurriedly by the Sea Wall

The Sunabe sea wall is popular with divers and there are some restaurants in the area catering to their needs during the day. Many of these places offer snacks, simple fare or take away foods.   Read More!

Of Squid Ink, Fish Roe and Radish Spaghetti

Okinawa is blessed with not just a few, but many Italian restaurants. Some of these restaurants are operated by chefs/proprietors who are formally trained in Italian cooking and have spent time abroad honing their culinary skills.   Read More!


What's going on this weekend?

Now that the typhoon is long gone, hear this. There's a party coming up tonight at club Bump at Kokusai Street in Naha City.   Read More!

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