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Betty Hallman from Huntsville, Alabama, won a Y5,000 gift coupon to Esthetiq Salon Come Across. She has lived on Okinawa nine months and say that her whole family has enjoyed their stay on the island very much.   Read More!

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Pro-Am play kicks off Daikin Orchid

Japan’s up and coming lady golf professionals are lining up for a shot at the Daikin Orchid Ladies Golf Tournament championship trophy, including Okinawa’s a young lady from Nago City. Shinobu Moromisato, who only this year turned pro, heads into the tournament vieing against the nation’s top prize money winner, Momoko Ueda, and defending Daikin Orchid champion Sakura Yokomine.   Read More!


Matsumoto Daini Park: Small but enjoyable

Nestled in the midst of a housing area in Okinawa City is Matsumoto Daini Park, a grassy oasis for kids to relax and frolic. The park is safe for children, with eye catching greenery, unique playground facilities, and equally important, a place for mom and dad to kick back while the youngsters romp.   Read More!


Beauty queens visit troops in Okinawa

It’s hard to tell who was having more fun on Okinawa this week, Hillary Cruz and Rachel Smith, or the young soldiers, sailors, airmen and Marines who shared photo opportunities and autograph sessions at USO Centers. Hillary Cruz, Miss Teen USA, and Rachel Smith, Miss USA, visited USO Centers on a two-day meet-and-greet mission sponsored by the USO and Armed Forces Entertainment.   Read More!


USO Service Salute honors service members

Outstanding enlisted members from each of the four US services, together with members of the three Japanese Self Defense Forces, will be honored this month by the USO Council of Okinawa and USO Okinawa. The USO Service salute is a big deal for the USO Council, as it brings together Okinawa’s top civic leaders and military brass to pay tribute to the efforts of enlisted soldiers, sailors, airmen and Marines with a colorful ceremony and a black tie dinner at the Butler Officers’ Club.   Read More!

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