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Last Update: September 7, 2012
Maki Toyoda is a lady with a mission and a vision; she’s applying the principles of Neuro Linguistic Programming to aid dozens of Okinawa clients to better performance with seminars, training sessions, lectures and coaching sessions.
The relatively new field of Neuro Linguistic Programming was created in the 1970’s by two men—Richard Bundler and John Grindler—who studied the secrets of their successes. Read More!
A dozen singers and groups will provide six hours of entertainment as Ryukyu Kaiensai, a massive fireworks festival, kicks off the Okinawa summer season.
As the robins return to Capistrano, a sure sign that winter is behind us, the first fireworks festival of the year is this weekend, April 21st, at the Ginowan City’s Seaside Park at Tropical Beach. Read More! A million Easter Lilies are rolling into full bloom on the northwest Okinawa island if Ie, just in time for the start of the annual Ie Island Lily Festival.
Saturday marks the beginning of the 17th annual Yuri Matsuri, the Ie lsland Lily Festival, showcasing more than one million teppoyuri, or Easter Lilies, that are a vibrant symbol of this small island. Read More! Oars go into the water and sails up the masts Sunday morning in northwest Okinawa as the 2nd Sailing Sabani Boats Race launches from 21st Century Beach in Nago.
Some 20 boats will race the 20km course as organizers focus attention on reviving Okinawa’s superior sea culture, which included techniques for sailing and shipbuilding. Read More!
The most famous youth choir in the world, the Vienna Choir Boys, is heading to Okinawa for a single concert at the Okinawa Convention Center.
The concert by the group known as Die Wiener Saengerknaeben in German has been around since its 1498 founding in Vienna, Austria. Read More! Classic jazz standards In the Mood, American Patrol, Chattanooga Choo-Choo and Little Brown Jug are on the music stands for III Marine Expeditionary Force Band members tuning up for an April 27th concert at Kin Town.
The free concert by the Camp Foster-based band begins at 7 p. Read More!
Locating a resort hotel on Okinawa became a lot easier starting this week as a tourism information web site company unveils its new English language site.
The company, PAM, currently publishes information and accepts reservations for many facilities within Okinawa Prefecture on its website, but until now, discount services and special lodging plans on the site have all been in Japanese, and targeted to local residents. Read More!
The celebration of ancestral spirits returning to earthly homes is now under way across Okinawa, with thousands of families pausing from everyday lift to honor their ancestors while at the same time praying for their own health and happiness.
The annual Shimi Festival runs for weeks, having begun this year on April 8th. Read More! |