Japanese often associate “Power Spots” with Shinto shrines and Buddhist temples, along with large mountains, islands and lakes. In fact, there are about 165,000 shrines and temples, more than three times the number of convenience stores (50,000) within the nation.
The MCIPAC-MCB Butler, G-F, Environmental Affairs Branch will be sponsoring a local Post- Earth Day 2021 beach cleanup and volunteers are needed!
Date: Saturday, 15 May 2021
Place: Uruma City, unnamed Beach in front of Uruma Gelato and Teruma and Yonashiro Beach (about 300 m of beach)
The Pacific Air Forces launched an innovative program, providing specialized mental health services for Air Force dependents across the bases of Kadena, Osan, Yokota, Misawa and Anderson, underscoring the importance of putting people first.
To curb the infections from COVID-19, the Government of Japan declared the nation’s third state of emergency for Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto and Hyogo Prefectures last week. The status means another quiet holiday vacation the second year in a row.