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Kaina Art Fest introduces multiple art genre, music

One of the island’s largest annual art festivals is open for business this weekend at the Athletic Hall in Okinawa City’s Koza Athletic Park. The Kaina Art Festival, a free festival now in its tenth year, introduces the works of both amateur and professional creators, offering displays that span many genre, including pictures, craft, miscellaneous goods, paintings and images.   Read More!


All-you-can eat special heralds Kamisushi anniversary

Mark the calendar for November 23rd, when Kamisushi celebrates its two-year anniversary with a blowout all-you-can-eat style event that will include just about everything under the sun. Sushi, tempura, roast beef, sashimi and deep-fried dishes will all be on the line, along with Orion Mugishokunin and soft drinks needed to wash all the food down, are waiting for those wanting to share the celebration with Kamisushi’s owner, Isamu Kamiya.   Read More!

Rice Master teaches many ways to appreciate rice

There’s much more to rice than just boiling it and serving on a plate, says Nanako Toguchi. Toguchi is a three-star Rice Master with a master’s degree that gives her plenty to talk about in explaining everything about rice from growing it to many ways to eat it.   Read More!


Subtropical Environment Center to offer public guided tours

A highly complex research center specializing in studying the relationships between the atmosphere and the ocean, as well as their interaction, is opening its doors to the public for guided tours next week. The Okinawa Subtropical Environment Remote Sensing Center, an agency connected with the National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, conducts research and development into three types of radio sensors.   Read More!


Golden Kings are Okinawa sports emissaries

GO! GO! KINGS! Have you heard such shouts yet? If not, you will soon, because that is the shout for cheering on the Ryukyu Golden Kings, Okinawa’s pro basketball team. The Ryukyu Golden Kings are already on a roll this season, now 8-2 with a pair of weekend victories over Miyazaki, and coach Dai Oketani’s eye is on yet another championship.   Read More!


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Shannon Williams is the lucky winner of a one-night stay at Best Western Inn in Naha of this week’s Japan Update raffle. 34-year-old Shannon is a native of Buffalo, NY, who has lived on Okinawa for the past three years.   Read More!

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