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MY PARADISE: Anegada in the British Virgin Islands

Editor's Note: Let's just say this piece of paradise is not in your backyard. In fact, it's quite a flight.But after you read Anne...

Col. James C. Stewart, Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni commanding officer, stands next to distinguished guests at the tape cutting ceremony for the Iwakuni Kintaikyo Airport Dec 9, 2012. Distinguished guests cut the tape and 1,000 civilians invited by the city of Iwakuni were given a pair of scissors to cut ribbon symbolizing the airport as a community asset. (Photo by Lance Cpl. B. A. Stevens)

Iwakuni Kintaikyo Airport opening offers convenient traveling for troops

Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan -- Japanese distinguished guest, U.S. servicemembers and civilians met at the Iwakuni Kintaikyo Airport...

Cape Soya: Top of Japan to you

With coordinates of 45 degrees, 31 minutes, and 14 seconds North, Cape Soya in Hokkaido is the northernmost point of Japan. and the journey to the...

Photo by Lauren Hill/Courtesy of Metropolis Magazine

MY PARADISE: Take in the scenery at Enoshima Island

Editor's Note: Jamie Chevalier found a piece of paradise close to home. Jamie, thanks for...

MY PARADISE: Singapore, a fine place to visit

Editor's Note: Here's someone's paradise. So give it a read and then take some time to tell us about yours. You can do it right on...

The Sapporo Snow Festival

The 64th Sapporo Snow Festival kicks off Feb. 5 and the latest version should be bigger and better than ever.

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Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan, volunteers stand in formation during the Kuragake Castle Festival in Kuga, Iwakuni City, Nov. 18, 2012. The festival began at the Kuga train station and paraded through the streets of town and ended at the town square. The parade ended with a reenactment of the final meeting for the Samurai before a famous 16th century battle. (Photo by Lance Cpl. Todd F. Michalek)

Samurai for a day, memories for a lifetime

One reason Marines may come to Japan is to experience culture and explore its vast history. For some, they do this by visiting local museums and...

Buddhist monks perform part of a ritual for the Hiwatari Shinji, or firewalking ceremony, which took place inside the Daisho-in, a historical Japanese temple, on Miyajima Nov. 15, 2012. After the haze clears, the monks then pass out sticks of wood with prayers written by those attending inscribed on them. Handfuls of prayer sticks are thrown into the blaze, releasing the wishes of the pilgrims and granting good luck. (Photo by Lance Cpl. Benjamin Pryer)

Fire-walking ceremony lights up Miyajima Daisho-in

A pyre burns in the center of the temple courtyard. Its flames seem to gleam and dance with life as its smoking tendrils grasp further into the...

Kelly Bull found her piece of paradise in Bali.

My Paradise: Four-hand massage in Bali

Editor's Note: Kelly Bull was the first person to share her favorite getaway with us. And her story below will appear in our Destination...

Explore an under-traveled island in 'Land of Smiles'

It’s 10 o’clock in the morning. The breeze is calm, the tide is gentle and the elderly Englishmen nearby have just ordered their first round....

Photo courtesy of Itchiku Kubota Art Museum

Kimono museum houses rare world class art

Editor's Note: There's a lot of things to do around Mount Fuji besides climbing it. If you have a place to visit, share it with us and...

Mystery meats make for delicious treats at Food Grand Prix

Editor's Note: Tana Phillips and her family have the right idea: Go out and explore! And when it comes to food, give it try. Tana, thanks for...

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