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Last Update: September 7, 2012


Browsing in a Bargain Hunter’s Paradise

There are lots “out-of-the-way” spots on Okinawa that may take a bit of time and effort on your part to get to, but are well worth the effort. Yama No Sato An most definitely qualifies as one such attraction.   Read More!

The Jewelry Accessory Shop

There is an unusual shop in Ginowan called Bean’s. It has a long table running down its center and the walls are stacked with thousands of glass beads in jars.   Read More!


Good Works Again At Women’s Christmas Bazaar

The Okinawa International Women’s Club Christmas Bazaar took place on Monday, attracting 350 to the Camp Lester Officers’ Club. Before lunch, speeches and a Christmas Carol recital by the Kubasaki High School Choir, there was a craft sale to raise money for the many charities supported by the Club.   Read More!


Thanksgiving Shooters have much to be THANKFUL for

The surprisingly bright sun and warm temperatures of our past Thanksgiving Weekend encouraged island Shutterbugs to accept the challenge of FATHOMS DIVE SHOP's Underwater Photography Shootout that was conducted on both Saturday and Sunday. Divers from around the island gathered at FATHOMS DIVE SHOP early on Saturday morning cheering the rising sun and clear blue skies that were certain to mean great conditions for diving and Underwater Photography.   Read More!


Christmas Dinner Cruising and Bright Lights from Naha Bay

A company that specializes in dinner cruising, West Marine, offers an annual Christmas dinner cruise, a more sumptuous version of its year-round floating dinner. The meal is served aboard the Moby Dick, which leaves Naha port at 6 pm and cruises around Naha Bay for two hours.   Read More!

Tony Roma Specialises in Spareribs, Steaks and Big Portions

A new branch of Tony Roma, the restaurant chain with branches in the USA and mainland Japan, will open on December 8 in Mihama. The new restaurant site is next to the 7 Plex Movie Theater in the American Village in Mihama, Chatan.   Read More!


More Than Enough Pie For Everyone

Wassup Okinawa, Every so often I peep into this page to give a shout out to everyone that knows me in Japan, both Oki and the mainland. I finally caught up with my boy Flu, now looking for my dawg BJ a.   Read More!

If You Need Anything I Would Love To Help

I used to be stationed in Okinawa,89-94 and I remember what it was like being so far from home during the holidays. Although at the time I complained all the time about the island, I realized after I left, it was the one place that I truly loved.   Read More!

Does Anyone Know Where My Family Is?

My name is Sonya Fultz (maiden name is Carter). My father, Norman Carter, was stationed in Okinawa in the early 1960s.   Read More!

Read My Book on Events After the War

Just thought I would draw the attention of JU readers to my recently published book, Women of Okinawa: Nine Voices from a Garrison Island. I lived in Japan in 1997-98 and spent my time interviewing three generations of island women about their memories of life on Okinawa in the aftermath of World War II.   Read More!

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