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Culture

Time to celebrate family

Shiimii, a uniquely Okinawan family rite observed at the family tombs, is happening on the island. Shiimii falls between the 22nd of the second and the third of the third lunar month of the year.   Read More!

Culture shock 101: Marines Experience a New World

CAMP HANSEN, Okinawa, Japan — The initial shock experienced in boot camp is something service members never forget. The frightful sounds of a drill instructor’s voice or receiving two ounces of food during the first chowhall visit sends chills down their back.   Read More!

Entertainment

Concert Features Renowned Japanese Classical Pianist

World-class classical entertainment is coming to Okinawa April 18th. Takeshi Kakehashi--one of Japan’s most well known classical specialists on the keyboard--will appear in concert at the Okinawa Convention Center.   Read More!

White beach opens gates for three-day Spring Festival

Success brings a repeat performance! White Beach, which hosted a popular festival last November, is doing it again this weekend. The festival runs 4:00pm to midnight Friday, noon to midnight Saturday, and noon to 11:00pm on Sunday.   Read More!

Nature

Naha City Beach Opens for Summer Tourism Season

Bikinis, beach balls and plenty of locals hit the beach Sunday in Naha, launching the start of the 2004 summer tourism season on Okinawa. Naminoue Beach in the prefecture’s capital city opened with morning temperatures near 70 degrees (19.   Read More!

Education

Special seminar set for teachers teaching Japanese students English

Foreigners learning English will have more skilled instructors as Longman Seminars for Teachers of English to Children brings its program to Okinawa. A Sunday seminar will offer skills and presentation ideas under guidance of Katherine MacKay, Senior Marketing Executive for Longman ELT, Pearson Education Japan.   Read More!

Health

Bikers for Christ head to Okuma

Several service members and Okinawans will be riding motorcycles to Okuma April 17. The annual Biker's for Christ ride is open to everyone, including those who do not have a bike.   Read More!

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