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Hyatt Hotels Corporation announced today that a Hyatt affiliate has entered into a franchise agreement with PHR Okinawa Hotel Management Ltd.
12, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The Okinawa prefectural government presented a display of traditional performing arts titled OKINAWAN PERFORMING ARTS at the Terrace Theater of The Kennedy Center on Saturday, September 6.
6, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Japan's Okinawa Prefectural Government announced on January 6 that it had uploaded videos (http://beokinawa-pr.
BY THE BEGINNING OF the 19th century, the inhabitants of the Ryukyu Kingdom--including what are now the 159 islands of Okinawa Prefecture--were well aware that foreign ships occasionally prowled their waters.
When a recent letter from the Mayor of Okinawa was published in "The Stars & Stripes," everyone at the Military Traffic Management Command battalion at Naha reacted with pride.
On 19 November 2001 the Okinawa Chapter had a double treat.
4% in Okinawa, the measures include 1 billion yen in costs to set up local area networks at schools in Okinawa to train personnel for the information technology era.
The 12th Marine Regiment, the Marine Corps' forward-deployed artillery regiment, is headquartered on Okinawa, Japan, with one battalion in Okinawa and one in Hawaii.