U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Michael Sloan, construction inspector assaigned to the 718th Civil Engineer Squadron from Midlothian, Virginia, was selected as the 18th Wing’s Airman of the Week for the...
U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Adam Alvarez Martinez, F-15C Eagle support journeyman assigned to the 44th Aircraft Maintenance Unit, signs out an Airframe Mounted Accessories Drive seal removal kit June 27, 2019, on Kadena Air Base, Japan.
U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. William Gautrau,18th Civil Engineer Squadron electrical systems craftsman, Kadena Air Base, Japan, wires a power generator plug for a quality of life project during Pacific Angel 19-1 in Lalmonirhat, Bangladesh, June 25, 2019.
An F-16 Fighting Falcon from the 8th Fighter Wing, Kunsan Air Base, Republic of Korea, prepares to refuel with a KC-135 Stratotanker from the 909th Air Refueling Squadron, Kadena Air Base, Japan, during a training exercise June 18, 2019.
Unlike in South Korea or Bhutan, winter in Okinawa doesn’t take a lot of spicy hot-pot-type dishes to get through. That may be one reason why the subtropical island didn’t offer many spicy foods in the past.
The Wing King in Chatan is popular spot for anyone craving that classic taste of American-style chicken wing. This restaurant even specializes everyone’s favorite – buffalo wing – which can be ordered in or enjoyed as takeout.
It was by accident that we stumbled across Café & Bar HAPI TAPI. On our way back from a snorkeling tour at Blue Cave, we were headed to a sandwich joint in Onna Village, but their parking was full. Instead, we drove a block down to a different restaurant inside thatt could have easily been just another nice beach house on this stretch of road.
Sushi, tempura, savory ‘okonomiyaki’ pancakes – there are so many yummy edibles in Japan that you shouldn’t miss during your stay. Sample some of this lingo the next time you’re at a local restaurant to experience some of these specialties.
If you are “ramened” out and looking for a different style of noodle, you should try Marugame Udon. What is “udon” anyways? You might ask. Udon is one the Japanese traditional thick wheat noodles and Japanese people LOVE it.