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Last Update: September 7, 2012


Tantalising Glimpes of the Humpback Whale

In recent years it has been realized that revenues from live whales can exceed those of hunted ones, as the lucrative business of whale watching has gained in popularity. Three companies in Naha offer whale watching trips for tourists.   Read More!


Visions of a Long Vanished Okinawa

An Exhibition of photographs of a long disappeared Okinawa opened in Shuri Castle Park on Saturday. They are the work of Dr Egbert Walker, a botanist who visited Okinawa three times in the 1950s.   Read More!


Asian Performing Arts Forum in Sashiki

The Sashiki Town Department of Education last weekend held an international forum entitled "The Ideal Method of Implementing Performing Arts Education and International Cultural Exchange for Young People" at Sugar Hall. The event was part of a five-year program funded by a grant from the Japanese Ministry of Education aimed at enriching cultural and performing arts education on Okinawa.   Read More!


Choosing a Safe Dive Site on Okinawa

Each week I have written to you about dive sites I enjoy throughout Okinawa. This week let's consider what makes a dive site both safe and enjoyable.   Read More!

Hot Tans in Cold Weather at Sally’s Tanning Room

The beaches and hot weather on Okinawa provide a prime setting for achieving a rich tan. But with the arrival of winter, clouds and cold weather replace not only the summer heat, but the summer sun as well, leaving residents with little alternatives for tanning.   Read More!


Homesick For Shopping Malls?

Having lived most of my life in Southern California, I am use to major shopping malls in every city, shopping centers every ten minutes down the road, and more places to spend money than money in my wallet. In other words, I lived in a Shopper’s Paradise.   Read More!


No.1: Family Restaurant with Hearty Portions, Low Prices

A new restaurant, No.1,opened last month, which serves several different types of food and the chef/owner believes, would appeal to a non-Okinawan clientele.   Read More!


Military Dependents Still Look Down on Okinawans

Hi Bronco Flyer, First point: Well stated !!!! Second point: Been there. My country was over-run by the U.   Read More!

You Benefited From Military, So Why Curse It?

In response to “If I were Okinawan I would hate Americans” by Bronco Flier in the Feb 8th-14th issue. An assumption, your 22 year career was with the U.   Read More!

Bases’ Economic Input Insignificant

“American military members do spend a considerable amount on the Okinawan economy” states Jason Parker in the Jan 11-17 letters column. Rob on the same page talks of the economic impact if the US military departed.   Read More!

Okinawa Survives Because of Bases

In reply to the "Why feel gratitude for unwanted US military" letter in the February 1st issue. I am an American living in Okinawa and have followed and done a lot of research in the subject.   Read More!

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