Buy & Sell
[2012-08-31] Americans have enjoyed Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups since 1923, but until now the only way to get hands on them was to persuade someone on U.S. Read More!
[2012-08-10] A Creative Craft Show opens its doors at Plaza House Global Gallery today for a four-day run featuring dozens of vendors offering a variety of craft specialties.
This Plaza House Creative Craft Show complements two other annual craft fairs in the same venue, the Okinawa City Craft Fair each March, and the Woody Fair in November. Read More!
[2012-07-13] Always looking for something new, the Ryubo Department Store is offering a Friendly Cat Exhibition at its 6th floor exhibition area through July 22nd.
The concept is to “give a place to play with cats for people who want to have a cat, but can’t for some reason, or for people who really like cats. Read More!
[2012-06-29] The crossing of cultures in Okinawa through the centuries provides the island prefecture with a mixing pot of local products and food creations, leading Ryubo Department Store in downtown Naha to put together an exhibition just to show off local goods.
The Okinawa Products Exhibition is open now, running through July 2nd, 10:30 a. Read More!
[2012-06-29] The Kimonomino-ichi is coming Sunday to the Space Plus on Highway 58 in Urasoe City.
A Kimonomino-ichi? It’s a special sale on Japanese kimonos, all offered at reasonable prices by kimono specialists. Read More!
[2012-06-22] Coo & Riku, one of the largest and best known pet shop chains in Japan, has beefed up its Okinawa presence with a new set up in Urasoe City.
An expansion of an earlier Urasoe City branch, the new location on Highway 58 has doubled in size, increasing both the number of pets being offered for sale, and the pet supplies available for sale. Read More!
[2012-06-22] Okinawa girls are rolling into action this weekend at the Chatan Dome, staging a fashion show and dance, while offering products for sale.
The Okinawa Chura Girls Market Sunday features the Santa Monica Ballet, with K-Pop dance, and the Zephyr Studio Ginowan Branch. Read More!
[2012-06-22] Japan’s northeastern region is bouncing back from the Great Tohoku Earthquake and Tsunami of March 11th last year, venturing out across the country to stage product exhibitions to let everyone know life is improving.
The Tohoku Products Exhibition is now open in Okinawa’s Ryubo Department Store, an exhibition featuring 49 shops from six prefectures in the footprint of the great earthquake. Read More!
[2012-06-15] Kagoshima Prefecture, formerly known as Satsuma, is one of the most important historical locations in Japan, enough to get Okinawa Mitsukoshi to stage a Kagoshima Prefecture Products Exhibition through Monday, June 18th.
The southernmost prefecture in mainland Japan, to the north of Okinawa, Kagoshima is home to Saigo Takamori, a famous historical figure who hailed from Satsuma and changed Japan’s landscape together with Ryoma Sakamoto from Tosa in Kochi Prefecture, and Shinsaku Takasugi of Chousyu in Yamaguchi Prefecture. Read More!
[2012-05-25] An iconic central Okinawa landmark, the Mihama Ferris wheel, is back in business after disappointing thousands by shutting down due to repairs issues.
The longtime symbol of Mihama was plunged out of business several months ago after SkyMax 60, the company that operated it for 11 years, called it quits due to difficult and expensive mechanical repairs. Read More!