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Last Update: September 7, 2012
Asia’s largest international hotel operator has put its footprint on Okinawa Island, opening the 260-room Mercure Okinawa Naha in downtown Naha City.
The upscale business hotel’s cornerstone is its Bistro De La Mer, an all-day dining venue built around French-inspired dishes. Read More! The names are as exotic as the islands themselves –Iriomote, Ishigaki, Irabu, Yonaguni and Hateruma are a few—but a break from life on Okinawa’s main island opens up customs, culture, history and beauty that few have ever even imagined.
There’s plenty to see and do anywhere in Okinawa Prefecture, but there comes a time to break out of the familiar comfort zone, become adventurous, and explore a few breathtaking regions of the southern zone. Read More! Bigger is not always better, and CanNa Resort Villa is living proof that a tranquil, restful resort visit is appreciably done in a small, quiet setting.
CanNa Resort Villa is one of the highest grade resort hotels in Okinawa, spread across a 3,000 tsubo, or 9,000 square meter site, but with only 30 villas for visitors. Read More!
Kanaderu Park is a music festival involving live houses, music schools, restaurants, cafes and bars, but it’s different, mixing the American atmosphere of a festival with people time, perhaps a military band, and even an American Barbeque.
Saturday’s Kanaderu Park events are being billed as “Funny Music & Yummy Food” at the site on Chuo Park Avenue, formerly referred to as BC Street. Read More!
If at first you can’t succeed because of menacing weather, wait two weeks, reschedule and then get on with the annual Marine Corps Air Station Futenma Flightline Festival
Originally scheduled for mid-June, the two-day festival is now set to kick off under sunny skies Saturday and Sunday from 2 p.m. Read More! |