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Sitting and enjoying the Odaru Falls in these hot springs are one of the experiences you can enjoy when visiting the Seven Waterfalls in Kawazu.

Chasing waterfalls


The picture of a beautiful waterfall could be the visual highlight of any trip.

If you combine friends and family and a...

Outside the Gate




Navy reviews liberty policy for personnel in Japan


YOKOSUKA NAVAL BASE, Japan — The Navy is coordinating with U.S. Forces Japan on a liberty policy that would apply to all services,...

Club Alliance on Yokosuka Naval Base, Japan, is all but empty minutes before curfew on Oct. 22, 2012.

Japan curfew doesn't affect on-base Halloween parties


YOKOTA AIR BASE, Japan — Let the ghoulish good times roll. On base, that is.

Military-sponsored Halloween events planned for...

Social event brings Marines, Japan defense members together


As food sizzled on the grill, music played, and friendly competition loomed on the horizon, it was evident that camaraderie was in...

The commander of U.S. Forces Japan has placed an 11 p.m. to 5 a.m. curfew on all U.S. troops in Japan, meaning an end to late-night visits to popular U.S. troop hangouts, such as Gate 2 Street outside Kadena Air Base, Okinawa. The curfew, which goes into effect immediately, came in the wake of this week's arrest of two U.S. sailors for the alleged assault and rape of a 20-year-old Japanese woman.

US troops in Japan hit with curfew after alleged rape on Okinawa


The commander of U.S. Forces Japan imposed a curfew Friday for all U.S. military personnel in Japan in the wake of this week’s...

Kohei Masuda, left, Gen. Eiji Kimizuka, center, and Heita Kawakatsu discuss plans for conducting humanitarian assistance and disaster relief operations during the Shizuoka Disaster Drill at the Shizuoka airport Sept. 2. (Photo by Lance Cpl. Matthew Manning)

Disaster drill prepares Japan, US forces


SHIZUOKA AIRPORT, Shizuoka, Japan -- Members of the Japan Self-Defense Force, Shizuoka prefecture, U.S. Marine Corps and...

 Senior Master Sgt. Quardrick Brumfield, 374th Force Support Squadron Samurai Café section chief, hits golf balls after the grand opening of the Yokota driving range, Yokota Air Base, Japan, on Oct. 4, 2012. The new range was in planning for more than three years and cost $2.6 million. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Chad C. Strohmeyer)

Driving range reopens at Yokota golf course


YOKOTA AIR BASE - The driving range at the base's Par 3 golf course is now open for business. .

The range has been...


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