Among Marine Corps Installations Pacific’s top officials, close friends, family and the Marines of the Provost Marshal’s Office, Lt. Col. Wayne A. Carr was promoted to his current rank and appointed...
U.S. Marine Corps Staff Sgt. Jonathan McClure, a military policeman with Headquarters and Support Battalion, Marine Corps Base, Camp Smedley D. Butler, smiles while being awarded the American Red Cross Lifesaver Award on Camp Foster, Okinawa, Japan, April 24, 2019.
Members from the Marine Corps, Army, Navy, Air Force, 11th Regional Japanese Coast Guard and the Water Safety Division from the Okinawa Prefecture Police Headquarters attended the meeting in order to provide input for this year’s campaigns.
Guests took their seats as Kadena’s Junior Reserve Officer’ Training Corps Color Guard marched to the center floor with Ryukyu Middle School choir standing silently in the background preparing to sing Japan’s and U.S.’ national anthems March 2 during the American Woman’s Welfare Association and Marine Officers’ Spouses’ Club Okinawa Friendship...
You may have heard and even sampled Okinawa’s signature so-called soul food, taco rice – south-of-the-boarder-seasoned ground beef atop rice with shredded cheese, lettuce and tomato. But, what about its cousin, “omu-taco rice”?
If you want to enjoy authentic Thai food on Okinawa, Siam in Nanjo City is a good choice.
Restaurant owner Yasushi Inoue and his Thai wife Nok have run the restaurant for 20 years with the goal of inspiring locals with their taste of Thailand dishes.
Summer in Japan gets scorching and steamy. Mid-summer Temperatures often reach 95 F or higher depending on the region. Along with beer, watermelon and soomen (cold udon noodle), kakigoori (shaved ice) is a popular cold food that cools us down during summer.