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Last Update: September 7, 2012

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Xystus Kids' Land perfect for everyone in family

It’s everything a youngster could want: a safe, wholesome play environment that has lots of playground equipment, and even a party room. The ‘place’ is Xystus Kids’ Land located within Uruma City Plaza, a fun-filled playground that welcomes foreigners and Okinawans at the site not too far from Camp Courtney and Kadena Air Base.   Read More!

Deadline approaching for Mihama Halloween fun

Spooks and goblins wanting to show off their costumes at the Mihama American Village Halloween Mihama 2011 are running out of time to enter the competition. Organizers will close out advance registration, which is limited to 100 entries, on Monday the 24th.   Read More!

Localbeat

Okinawa Business in focus at Onoyama Park

It is being called the ‘Total Industrial Exhibition’ with an appeal to everyday citizens. The 35th Annual Okinawa Industrial Festival runs Friday through Sunday in downtown Naha, at the city’s omnibus Onoyama Park complex.   Read More!

Pet Dog D1Pic Festival coming on weekend

It’s a dog’s world this weekend as the Olympics for Pet Dogs, the D1 Festival, barks open at Toyosaki Seaside Park. Anyone who thinks everything’s going to the dogs would be absolutely right, as the festival is exclusively geared to the pets, and their human families, of course.   Read More!

Culture

Belly dancing hits National Theater stage next weekend

Just about everyone calls it belly dancing, but the raqs sharki, or ‘dance of the near east’ is an art form that’s evolved through the ages, and has now found its way to Okinawa. The belly dances, ancient and scintillating dances most often performed by women, but technically not off limits to men, originated in the Middle East, are much more than mere dances involving the belly; they in fact utilize just about all the body, particularly the hips.   Read More!

Entertainment

Kokeshi Roller Dolls stage Knocktoberfest

The Kokeshi Roller Dolls are introducing roller derby sports entertainment to the Okinawa community with a “Knocktoberfest” exhibition tomorrow. The debut season launches at Comprehensive Park Arena, with doors open at 5 p.   Read More!

Gourmet

Karate Bar Dojo delights karate enthusiasts

At Karate Bar Dojo, it’s hard to really shed the fight or perform mindset and settle down for some quiet socializing. James Pankiewicz, who says “it just seemed obvious that Okinawa, the home of karate, needed a karate theme bar where karate enthusiasts could enjoy a fun and interesting experience built on good food, original drinks and a good dose of local history and culture,” knows how to attract a crowd.   Read More!

Winners

And this weeks winner is...

Vanesa Jadwin won a one-night stay at Best Western Naha Inn in this week’s JU raffle. Vanesa is half Japanese, and traces her family to Haneji area in northern Nago.   Read More!

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