Circling Naha On Foot

Louis Wai Hawai‘i Herald Columnist Circling Naha. The weather in Okinawa this past New Year’s Eve was a cool 65 degrees Fahrenheit. It was a picture-perfect winter day, with blue skies and a light breeze. The...

Plastic Mania…Kids Play…Cash To Burn

By Louis Wai Plastic to da max. For a country that has so few natural resources and is so conscious about recycling, I find Japan’s overuse of plastic packaging somewhat ironic. Then again, maybe it...

Lobsters, Beef And Illusions

HAISAI HAWAII By Louis Wai

Roadwork Blues . . . And Haisai And Aloha!

HAISAI HAWAII by LOUIS WAI

Edible Cherry Blossoms… Emergency Numbers… and the Liter Lowdown

Beautiful and tasty. Is there anything more symbolic of Japan than cherry blossoms in bloom in springtime? Well, maybe a snow-capped Mount Fuji. Or the rising sun on the Japanese flag. Sakura trees are...

Northward Ho!

Haisai Hawaii by Louis Wai

Rainbows And Rain . . . And Meet An Odd Bird

Louis Wai Hawai‘i Herald Columnist “I’m singing in the rain . . .” Here in Okinawa, Gene Kelly would have lots to sing about — and Braddah Iz not so much. You would think that with all...

“Blue Impulse” Show…Spam And Tuna

HAISAI HAWAII By Louis Wai

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