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Culture

Prefectural Bonsai Exhibition now ready to start

More than 70 entries are being prepared for judging at the 24th Prefectural Bonsai Exhibition to be held at the Gushikawa Dome baseball stadium in Uruma City. The event runs tomorrow through Sunday, with nearly seventy bonsai entries selected from five districts within the prefecture.   Read More!

Localbeat

Yuletide Season officially under way on Okinawa

Christmas is just around the corner and whether the stockings have been hung with care or not, Marine Corps Community Services is ready to spread some holiday cheer. The 18th Annual Courtney Christmas and Holiday Festival kicks off Saturday, for a a two-day run from 2 to 10 p.   Read More!

Naha Air Base all ready for Sunday Air Festival

F-15 fighter jets of the Japanese Air Self Defense Force have been soaring over Okinawa skies this week, touching up their preparations for Sunday’s Naha Air Festival. The event at the joint Naha International Airport – Naha Air Base is open to the general public 9 a.   Read More!

Tenkaichi Super Fight squares off again

The Tenkaichi Super Fight, the largest martial arts event on Okinawa, is about to offer a new round of high level competition on Sunday, December 18th. Kickboxing and MMA pro rules apply as Okinawan, American and Japanese fighters do battle in the Tenkaichi Super Fight, all-in-all a bout to decide “Who is the strongest fighter in Okinawa!” In this time event, there are three points worthy of note, the representative of Wild Seasar, the event sponsor,, Shikou Tomaru said.   Read More!

Community

Army veteran claims Agent Orange buried on beach

He remains unidentified for now, but a former American soldier stationed on Okinawa has identified a beach area in Chatan Town, near Araha Beach, as a site where he helped bury Agent Orange more than four decades ago. The former Army serviceman says the burial took place in 1969, when the beach area was part of the U.   Read More!

Wheelchairs take center stage at Sunday rally

Dozens of wheelchair-bound individuals will be zipping along the streets near the Okinawa Convention Center in Ginowan City Sunday, all heading for the 23rd annual Ginowan Wheelchair Marathon Rally. An event that is not only fun for the participants, the rally is staged to increase awareness and understanding about people with disabilities, and to demonstrate how those who are disabled are still filled with hope and courage as they live within the Okinawa community.   Read More!

Technology

The Milky Way connects dots on Space Exhibition

‘Space: The Final Frontier’ is more than the theme of a popular television program; it’s the topic of The Okinawa Prefecture Museum and Art Museum’s latest offering to the Okinawa public. The Space Exhibition is more than meteorites, posters and charts, as the exhibits lead visitors in the advances of science and technology, explaining how Japanese research is at the forefront of discoveries and tracking of meteorites, minor planets and planets, the Sun, the milky Way and the very structure of outer space.   Read More!

Winners

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Julie De Guzman was the lucky one who won a one-night stay at Southern Beach Hotel & Resort. The Southern Beach is one of the newest of Okinawa’s resorts and is located in Tomigusuku just south of Naha Airport.   Read More!

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