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Last Update: September 7, 2012


International Asia Music Festival kicks off tomorrow

The 2nd Okinawa Asia Music Festival titled musix2012 takes to the stages of three cities tomorrow, a year after being cancelled due to the Great Tohoku Earthquake and Tsunami. The urban-style music festival draws artists and spectators from across Japan, featuring everything from rock n’ roll and pop music to traditional Okinawan music on stages in Okinawa City, Chatan Town and Naha City.   Read More!

Disco makes way to Gangara Valley Cave Café

It’s a unique concept being tried by the owners of Cave Café in the Gangara Valley near Okinawa World south of Naha City, with disco making its debut this month. The Cave Café owners say it’s the first time there’s ever been a ‘Cave Disco’ in the premises of a natural limestone cave.   Read More!


Urasoe Art Museum stages Mika Ninagawa Exhibition

Artist Mika Ninagawa, a favorite with famous Japanese actors and actresses, as well as the nation’s younger generation, is showing her works at an exhibition at the Urasoe Art Museum. The 40-year-old photographer, motion picture and television drama director and advertising designer, has had her works featured in Elle Japon, Figaro, ViVi, Glamorous, and JJ, and has produced promotional videos for top musicians in Japan.   Read More!


Plaza House hosting 4-day Arts & Crafts Fair

Okinawa City’s Plaza House Shopping Center’s the place to be over the next four days as the 10th Okinawa City Arts & Crafts Fair offers a variety of hands-on experiences, demonstrations, exhibitions and sales. The fair opens this morning and every morning through Sunday at 10 a.   Read More!


Tanning Salon Samurai offers clients safe perfection

Tanning machines provide what Mother Nature often cannot, and Tanning Salon Samurai has the expertise to insure that the customer experience is a positive one. The Chatan-based salon, which is celebrating its second anniversary in May, has two tanning advisers who work with clients to insure the treatments are right, and that there is no burning.   Read More!


Yachimun Pottery Market opens at Moon Beach

The 19th Yachimun Market is operating this weekend at Moon Beach with a presentation that features 719 different pottery pieces that have been seen—and often purchased—from the 143,000 visitors counted during the last market. Forty-six of Okinawa’s potters are gathering for the three-day market, offering explanations of their creations, as well as sales pitches on why visitors should purchase them.   Read More!

Hokkaido brings products fair to Naha Mitsukoshi

For a ninth straight year, Hokkaido vendors are bringing their wares to Okinawa, where Okinawa Mitsukoshi is hosting the Hokkaido Products Fair through March 22nd. Okinawa Mitsukoshi on Kokusai Street hosts the fair every spring and every fall, saying the popularity of Hokkaido’s food products makes it a perfect special.   Read More!


Multi-cultural Cooking Fair Sunday

It promises to be a tasty Sunday at the Nago City International Friendship Hall, where foreigners, students studying in Okinawa and pre-college students from eleven nations put culinary skills to work in the 15th World Home Cooking Fair. The event, says the 15th World Home Cooking Fair executive committee office, offers a foothold toward deeper understanding between residents, taking the challenge to the stomach.   Read More!


Luck of the Irish shines on Okinawa City

If Irish eyes were smiling on central Okinawa a year ago, all of Ireland is getting ready to smile this St. Patrick’s Day.   Read More!


Sun Marina introduces Churrasco Barbeque

The welcome mat is out in northern Okinawa as winter fades and spring prepares for its debut, with the Sun Marina Hotel dangling tantalizing ‘Dining Room Senses’ to visitors. Churrasco, the South American style barbeque, is now on the Sun Marina’s menu.   Read More!

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