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Adoption in Japan

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MISAWA AIR BASE, Japan -- For those thinking of adopting in Japan, there are several things to consider before taking on a...

Estate planning for adopted or step children

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MISAWA AIR BASE, Japan -- During estate planning, it is important for everyone to ensure their belongings are taken care of in the...

Crowds of people bustle through the shopping district Chuo-dori, located in Sendai on June 20, 2014. A five minute walk from the Sendai train station, throngs of people frequent the area at seemingly all hours of the day on the hunt for clothes, food and even a quick game of Pachinko. Airy and calm during the day, Technicolor and buzzing with excitement at night, Chuo-dori is fun to stroll through and is the perfect place to pick up the Sendai-famous gyutan, or grilled cow tongue.

Airmen adventures: Sendai, the "City of Trees"

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MISAWA AIR BASE, Japan -- During the week, I write stories that highlight Airmen, airpower and the advancements to quality of life...

U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class William Klein, 35th Civil Engineer Squadron heavy equipment and pavements journeyman, evens out the dirt mounds of Leftwich Park’s baseball field at Misawa Air Base, Japan, July 2, 2014. After adding a top layer of soil to the renovated baseball field, they evened out the grounds throughout the entire field. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Jose L. Hernandez-Domitilo)

Ready for the home runs

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MISAWA AIR BASE, Japan -- Following a volunteer initiative by Airman Leadership School 14-Echo Class students to renovate the...

Take a dip

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French may be the language of love, but chocolate needs no translation in any tongue.

As the chocolate options proliferate...

Take a dip

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French may be the language of love, but chocolate needs no translation in any tongue.

As the chocolate options proliferate...

The horses in the field. (Photo courtesy of Rebecca Daum)

Wild Horses of Cape Shiriya

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Hidden on the furthest northeastern tip of Honshu lies Cape Shiriya. The seascape in this area, with its dark rocks and cliffs, is...

Airmen of the 432d Civil Engineer Squadron prepare a World War II-era, M-65 bomb for removal from the construction site of the new base hospital at Misawa Air Base on July 29, 1991. (U.S. Air Force historical photo)

This Month in 35th Fighter Wing and Misawa Air Base History: July

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MISAWA AIR BASE, Japan -- The month of July has been historically significant for Misawa Air Base and the anniversary of many...

Sukiya Restaurant Chain

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Familiarize yourself with the red, white, and yellow sign of Sukiya - it'll come in handy. Sukiya is a nationwide restaurant chain...

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