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Mao Ishikawa: Morika's Dreams - A Port Town Elegy - Red Flower, The Women of Okinawa

Mao Ishikawa was born in 1953 in Ôgimi Village, in the northern part of Okinawa. When shewas born, Okinawa was officially taken from Japanese hands and put under the control of American military forces, a status that remained in effect until her graduation from high school. 539 more words


Okinawa Japan

According to Bloomberg, in 2017 and 2018, Okinawa had more tourists than Hawaii.  Close to 9 million visitors in 2017!  And why shouldn’t they?  Okinawa has beautiful beaches and water activities.  373 more words



Walking around the northernmost tip of Okinawa

02 February 2019

Today I used the Kolari Blue IR filter, in colour and black and white. Initially my colours were kind of flat, until I realised I wasn’t using the contrast options in my colour “quick menu setting”. 124 more words


USO Okinawa 48th Annual Service Salute.

Thank you for having me as your photographer at the USO Okinawa 48th Annual Service Salute. The Service Salute celebrates those individuals who work as volunteers in their community from both the American and Japanese services. 45 more words


Success and Sponsorship

Now that the first three episodes of Sensei: Masters of Okinawan Karate have been published to YouTube I can happily say that the feedback I’m getting has been really positive, and its popularity on YouTube is growing with each video! 158 more words