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Okinawa shrine places to visit on New Year

Have you been to Hatsumoude? Have you even heard about “Hatsumoude”? If your answer was positive, you’re already into Japanese lifestyle. For everyone else, going to “Hatsumoude” -- to a shrine or a temple on January 1st, even just past midnight -- means first visit to a shrine or temple of the year, “Hatsu” means “first” and “Moude” means “visiting a shrine or temple” or “Paying homage”.   Read More!

Celebrating New Year Okinawa Style

The glitter is still everywhere, and the holiday lights are burning from the northern end of Okinawa to Peace Prayer Park on the southern tip as we make ready to usher in the new year this weekend. Once we’re beyond the modern celebrations New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day, we look ahead to January 23rd, when the Lunar New Year ushers in the Year of the Dragon.   Read More!

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Mihama opens new place for kids to play

A brand new place for kids to play has recently opened at Mihama Depot Island, and the Mihama Kid's Park owner says he wanted something unique and safe. Owner Masaki Itokazu opened the specialty kids center just before the Christmas holidays.   Read More!

Obbligato invites people to 'eat by donation'

It’s a simple concept, and one that warms the heart: eat a free meal at a party provided and sponsored by Obbligato Mexican Restaurant and Tortilla Factory LLC, then make a hearty donation to charity. The Friday event is now in its seventh year, with customers visiting and eating free, then contributing to the collection boxes that support a children’s home, “Chura-Sato” and disaster-stricken areas of Japan’s March 11th Earthquake mainly through NPO corporation, “Asia Child Support”.   Read More!

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