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Last Update: September 7, 2012
From southeastern Fukushima to Kyushu, and even on Okinawa, a rare astronomical phenomenon is coming up early Monday in form of the annular eclipse of the sun.
The annular eclipse of the sun will be seen like a ring, and will be visible across a wide area of the Pacific Ocean and Japan. Read More! An East African Land Snail is not something you’d expect to run across on Okinawa, but creepy as it sounds, they’re here.
Even worse, the giant snails are not only ugly, but they are often dangerous, particularly to children. Read More! Okinawa’s sub-tropical environment is always warm and humid, ranking among the five most humid prefectures in Japan, but this is the season when it gets even worse.
Rainy season brings heavy humidity that wreaks damages to farmers and fishermen, and to supermarkets that must fend against the molds that plague vegetables. Read More!
Okinawa marked the 40th anniversary Tuesday of its return to Japanese administration on May 15, 1972.
The Japanese government and the Okinawa Prefectural Government held a ceremony Tuesday afternoon at the Okinawa Convention Center in Ginowan, where the U. Read More!
One of the most venerable shrines in Okinawa, Naminoue Shrine in Naha, will hold its Nanmin Festival this weekend.
The day called “Reitaisai” for Naminoue Shrine is the 17th of May each year, today, the day most important rites for each shrine takes place. Read More! |