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4 tips to have the best Airbnb experience

If you’re like me, you’re always trying to get the best bang for your buck on vacation. Whether it’s asking locals for the best recommendations...

Have a world of fun at Okinawa's Kids World

Kids World has a variety of different types of activities such as a grand entrance where you see many flowers in all colors, sizes, and shapes,...

Photos by Alexander Mutuc

Off-base markets produce fresh alternative on Okinawa

I heard about a small market named the Banana Stand somewhere near Kadena Air Base with a “decent variety” of affordable produce. When I finally...

Alfons Mucha paintings on display at Urasoe Art Museum

The Alfons Mucha Exhibition, Flower of Art Nouveau is now being displayed at the Urasoe Art Museum. Mucha, who was born in Chech in 1860, is now...

Ie Island Lily Festival kicks off April 22

The earliest lily festival in Japan comes back to Ie island April 22-May 6. This annual event features about 100 kinds of lilies from around the...

White Beach to host annual fest April 14-15

If you’re looking to do something fun this weekend, look no further than the 27th annual White Beach Festival! 
The weekend of fun -...

Free scale model exhibit to be held April 14-15 on Okinawa

Kennai Saidaikyuu Mokei Tenjikai 2018, the free annual scale model exhibit, takes place at Okinawa city Civic Center near Kadena Air Base on April...

Okinawa's Legend of Handu-gwa

Many travelers visit the island of Iejima to see lily fields, tour the most popular caves, spend time at the beach, find the Ernie Pyle monument...
Photos by Joely Santiago

Singapore’s forest in the clouds

Wouldn’t it be wondrous to explore a forest in the clouds? Well, you can. Sort of. Cloud forests exist in humid tropical and sub-tropical areas...
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Don’t be mean, travel green

It may be hard to “go green,” especially when traveling. However, imagine how much cleaner your favorite major city maybe if there wasn’t...
From vessels for carrying Awamori to plates that would grace any table, there is something for everyone.

Okinawa Pottery Street: Follow the footsteps of 16th Century artisans

Okinawa’s story is the story of baked goods. Not roast pork or pastries, but of ceramics, like the famous red roof tiles that grace the palaces...

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