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OIS offers international curriculum challenges

Okinawa International School is small, but growing, and Masato Chinen knows he’s taking his students on an adventure they’ll appreciate throughout their lives. Chinen is President, Director and Principal of the Naha-based Okinawa International School, a school that’s nearly busting at the seams as parents seeking a world class education for their children enroll them in OIS, which uses the International Baccalaureate program as its foundation.   Read More!


Tasty sushi rolls to go near Kadena

Sushi is a mainstay of Japanese cuisine, but nowhere more so than at Sushi Roll Shin, where works of culinary art glide off the fingertips of Nobuo Aritsuka. The Tokyo native opened Sushi Roll Shin nearly four months ago after returning from a dozen years stint as a sushi chef in Australia, choosing Okinawa for its warm weather, atmosphere and leisurely lifestyle.   Read More!


Black Music Day tribute set by soul bars, clubs

It’s being billed as Black Music Day, a once-a-year event expected to attract up to 500 for a long evening of classic soul music at Club Lounge SaicoLo in Naha City’s Makishi district. Advance tickets for the party being hosted by O Jee, Soul Talkin’, Black Harlem, Chocolate Milk and Thyme are ¥3,000.   Read More!


Ryukyu Style Relaxation: Try first at Body Body

It’s new, and it’s different, and Ryukyu Relaxation Body Body is now providing massage based on Okinawan Karate. The newly opened Body Body, located in Depot Island’s A Building at Mihama in Chatan Town, offers a new technique for easing body tensions, focusing not only on traditional muscle structure, but going beyond with massage for bones and lymphatic structures.   Read More!

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