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  1. David

    Tips Photographing Moving Subjects — Landing Planes

    The last Tuesday Treat (a weekly series of one photo released on Tuesday) of a landing Tokyo 2020 painted JAL Boeing 767 landing at Naha International Airport at the peak of Senaga Island was quite the learning experience for me. This is because I am in the midst of shifting to use manual mode...
  2. Japan Airlines Boeing 767 Landing

    Japan Airlines Boeing 767 Landing

    On a beautiful sunny day in Okinawa, this photo of a Japan Airlines (JAL) with a Tokyo 2020 Olympics Livery paint scheme was taken on its approach to Naha International Airport. It was shot near the SENAGA Castle site which rests close to the Ryukyu Onsen Senagajima Hotel, at the peak of Senaga...
  3. Fuubi

    South Fuubi

    Fuubi is the only restaurant in Umikaji Terrace (Storefront #23)—a shopping center with various stores on Senaga Island in Tomigusuku City—which specializes in gluten-free meals that are not only healthy but delicious as well and also offers senbero. They add no flour to the noodles nor any...
  4. Senagajima Neko

    Senagajima Neko

    A cat of Senaga Island catching what little shade it could on a cold but sunny winter's day here in Okinawa.
  5. E

    2020 Spring Okinawa Bread Sweets Festival

    This is your opportunity to enjoy great food and snack bread made by local vendors for those that missed or weren't here for the previous Okinawa Bread Sweets Festival. The 2020 Okinawa Bread Sweets Festival held this Spring will take place on Sunday, March 15, 2020, from 1100-1600 at...
  6. What Connects You?

    What Connects You?

    What connects you to other people in life?
  7. Umikaji Terrace Beer On Senaga Island

    Umikaji Terrace Beer On Senaga Island

    A day late, but still fitting as a Tuesday treat and a throwback Thursday! I had to pull the ole Rebel T6i box out the closet to see the receipt and the purchase date: 12/09/2016—been shooting 3-years now and my work has come a long way. This is actually a re-edit of an old post made on here on...
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    Umikaji Terrace Senagajima: Senaga Starry Night

    Looking for something free to do every night until the end of January 2020? Try out the spectacular show, Senaga Starry Night, presented by Umikaji Terrace Senagajima and NAKED! After the sun sets on your visit to Senaga Island or your shopping comes to an end at Umikaji Terrace, experience the...
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    Umikaji Terrace Halloween Costume Contest & Parade

    Umikaji Terrace on Senega Island is holding a Halloween event to be held on Saturday, October 26, from 1600-2000 for the adult's contest, and Sunday, October 27, 1100-1500, for the children's. The costume contest’s 1st prize winner will receive 300,000 yen from a total of 700,000 yen worth in...
  10. David

    Attraction Naha Airport Flight Route

    For those traveling to Senaga Island to visit the natural onsen, to stay at the Ryukyu Onsen Senagajima Hotel, or to shop around at the many shops Umikaji Terrace has to offer, the Naha Flight Route is a popular stop for tourists to quickly make. From many different angles, you can see a lot...
  11. David

    Historical Landmark Child Treasure Rock on Senaga Island in Tomigusuku

    Expecting a baby, or hoping to, soon? And hopeful for that precious baby boy or baby girl? Try out Child Treasure Rock to see if your dream becomes a reality. Child Treasure Rock is located just off the shoreline on the far side of Senaga Island, an island connected by a bridge, in Tomigusuku...
  12. 7 Inexpensive & Kid-Friendly Things To Do In Okinawa

    Adventure 7 Inexpensive & Kid-Friendly Things To Do In Okinawa

    Guide: Cost Scale per person ¥ : 100-999 ¥ ¥ : 1000-1999 ¥ ¥ ¥ : 2000+ Location North: Kin to Hedo Point Central: Ginowan to Ishikawa South: Urasoe to Itoman Hopefully, you have had a chance to get out and see some things. If you are still looking for things to do or just need to take a...
  13. A Must Go: Umikaji Terrace on Senaga Island

    Adventure A Must Go: Umikaji Terrace on Senaga Island

    When it is very usual to see many Americans hanging out in specific areas up north, I’ve noticed that the majority of them haven’t yet discovered other great places to hang out in the southern areas of Okinawa. So, I thought that I’d share this remarkable place that my family and I like to go...
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