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Last Update: September 7, 2012
Editor’s Note: A professional jazz guitarist, Yugo Sato, visits Japan Update occasionally, introducing Okinawan Jazz clubs, live houses and owners to our audience. Yugo Sato became enamored with the guitar when a kid, and listened to all kind of music, particularly liking the Rock and Fusion genre. Read More!
The Chatan Ferris Wheel, long a landmark in Mihama American Village, will carry passengers skyward for a panoramic view of Okinawa’s central west coast no longer.
SkyMax60, the company that has operated the iconic Ferris Wheel the past 11 years, has called it quits, citing mechanical problems with the unit that are difficult and expensive to repair. Read More! The park totally lives up to its name. Comprehensive Park is a humongous park spanning hundreds of acres filled with most every stress-relieving activity a person could ever ask for. Read More!
The Renaissance Resort is now offering a Military Special Plan for visits to the popular vacation destination on Okinawa’s East China Sea beachfront.
Through April 26th, the exclusive offer to military personnel and their families is being offered for only ¥9,000 per person, per night, for a room accommodating a family of four, with breakfast and tax included. Read More!
SmartPhone users now have a new window to the world at Lawson convenience stores, with introduction of a Ponta card that provides a range of services ranging from free Wi-Fi to access to music, movies, games and some electronic books.
The Ponta card is a membership card offered free by Lawson. Read More!
The Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology, Okinawa’s new graduate university, is opening its doors for the general public to get a peek at the high tech wizardry that will be going on at the highest levels of academic study.
The OIST Open Campus 2012 is Sunday, March 18th, from 10 a. Read More! |