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Autobacs clearing shelves with special bargains

It’s the end of the Japanese fiscal year, and Autobacs is taking advantage of the time to offer customers some really special clearance bargains while baring the shelves to make room for new merchandise. A two-day End-of-Fiscal-Year clearance sale takes place Saturday and Sunday, March 13th and 14th, at its store located next to the Big Dip Chatan on Route 58, across from Camp Lester’s Naval Hospital Gate.   Read More!


Musix 2010 opens its March performances this weekend

The Okinawa International Asia Music Festival kicks off this weekend in downtown Naha City with ceremonies and musical performances that continue through March 28th. A series of 18 live performances featuring more than 150 groups begin Saturday afternoon at 1:30 p.   Read More!


Ai Miyazato Daikin Orchid favorite

Okinawan pro-golfer Ai Miyazato is coming home to play in the 23rd Daikin Orchid Ladies Golf Tournament, and the only way to describe her is ‘sizzling hot’. Miyazato, a Higashi Village native, won the Daikin Orchid in 2004 with a 10-under-par 72 to win more than ¥10,800,000, the youngest ever to win the tournament.   Read More!

11,000 to run weekend Okinawa Marathon

The names to watch are Noboru Kubooka and Mariko Asato as Okinawa’s premier marathon with upwards of 11,000 runners Sunday winds its way through streets of nine cities, towns and villages. The 2010 Okinawa Marathon is the best known of the island prefecture’s marathons, offering a grueling, challenging 42.   Read More!


Fresh and organic equals 'Thai's Heart'

It’s all about freshness at Jai Thai, Okinawa’s premier Thai restaurant now celebrating its tenth anniversary serving the local community. Jai Thai mean’s Thai’s heart in the Thai language, and the heart of Jai Thai’s cooking are fresh, organic vegetables and spices grown to the restaurant’s meticulous specifications by Onna Village farmers.   Read More!


Coastal cleanup group to mark anniversary with campaign

This year marks the International Coastal Cleanup’s 25th Anniversary, and it’s just in time for the 19th I Love Okinawa Campaign, a move to get some badly needed help in cleaning up Okinawa’s beaches and fix up some coastal areas. The group is mapping out unsightly hot spots for on-going cleanup, and a reporting system is being developed to better coordinate relief in processing tons of debris that washes up on Okinawa shores.   Read More!

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