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Gourmet

Suehiro serves healthy Japanese cuisine

Tempura and sushi headline the menu at Suehiro’s traditional Japanese restaurant, but the proud owners emphasize there’s much more waiting guests. Traditional Japanese foods—miso soup, fish, mushrooms, seaweed, steamed rice—abound at Suehiro, which is owned and operated by the same married couple that opened the restaurant more than 30 years ago.   Read More!

Chocolate reigns supreme at Kupu-Kupu

The savory taste of chocolate is always an attention-getter, and as Valentine’s season approaches, it’s even more special at Sun Marina Hotel Spa Kupu-Kupu. Why? Cacao is at the heart of chocolate, and at the heart of cacao is endorphin, an ingredient that activates the female hormone.   Read More!

Valentine's Sweetheart Specials at Sam's

An unforgettable dining experience is in store at several of the Sam’s restaurants this Valentine’s Day! From now until February 15th, the Sam’s By-the-Sea in Okinawa City-Awase and Sam’s By the-Sea Naha City-Oroku ,Sam’s Anchor Inn, and Sam’s Café, will be offering select steak and seafood Valentine’s Sweetheart Specials. Sam’s by the Sea, one of the most respected seafood restaurants on island with its intimate settings and mood lighting, is the ultimate place to bring a loved one for a dinner to remember.   Read More!

Entertainment

Jamaica's Shade headlines Club Else Mardi Gras

It’s Mardi Gras season, and Jamaican artist Shade is heading in to Okinawa to perform at the Authentic New Orleans Mardi Gras Ball sponsored by Syndicate Family and Club Else on February 19th. Mardi Gras, French for ‘Fat Tuesday’, is the day before Ash Wednesday.   Read More!

David Ralston to perform at Crow's Nest Valentine's

Popular musician David Ralston will provide the entertainment February 12th as the Crow’s Nest Club sets its Sweetheart Dinner and Show. Navy MWR Okinawa officials promise a “night of fun” as Ralston performs live in concert 8 p.   Read More!

Localbeat

Pro baseball teams swing into spring

The crack of bats is being heard across Okinawa Prefecture as ten of Japan’s 12 professional baseball teams opened their spring training rituals this week. From Nago in the north to Miyakojima and Ishigaki in the far south of the prefecture, the ten teams are warming up for the 2010 campaign in the Central and Pacific Leagues, along with three additional teams from Korea’s professional circuit.   Read More!

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