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Be ready for your Valentine's

Mark your calendar, circle it, and donít forget February 14th, this grandest of days to share your thoughts and love with a special friend, lover, partner or spouse. It is Valentineís Day, the time when Japanese tradition calls for ladies to present chocolate to the boyfriend, partner of a special guy.   Read More!

Travel

Naha Airport ranks 5th in passenger numbers

With more than 14 million passengers utilizing Naha Airport, the growth is enough to place the islandís airport 5th in Japanís 90 airports. Okinawaís Naha Airport has seen passenger traffic rise to 14,225,909, surpassing Kansai International Airport in Osaka and then Osaka International Airport Itami.   Read More!

Health

Urasoe sets two-day Tedako Walk

Rain or shine, dozens of walk enthusiasts will be making their way through historic and scenic sections of Urasoe City this weekend on the Tedako Walk. The 11th Urasoe Two-Day Tedako Walk kicks off at 7 a.   Read More!

Fingernail specialists to demonstrate expertise

Fancy fingernails have become an art specialty, and the Japan Nailist Association is showing off its top members and their talents at a JNA Conference at the Okinawa Convention Center February 14th. Both the world fingernails and Japanese fingernails champions will be demonstrating their skills at the event, which runs from 10 a.   Read More!

Shopping

Kyoto products exhibition brings historical 'sense'

Kyoto is one of Japanís most historical locations, having served as the nationís capital from 794 until nearly 1000, evoking strong feelings about the regionís importance. That historical approach to Kyoto is being showcased through next Monday at the 33rd Kyoto Products Exhibition at the Mitsukoshi Department Store.   Read More!

Localbeat

Pro baseball squads invade Okinawa to train

Itís hard this week to decide whether to be humming ďBaby Itís Cold OutsideĒ or ďTake me out to the ball gameĒ, because both apply to Okinawa. Ten of Japanís twelve professional baseball teams have uncased the baseball bats on Okinawa soil to begin spring training, a harbinger that winterís soon to be history and everyone will be playing the sport.   Read More!

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