Weather Alert – U.S. Consulate General Naha October 4, 2018

Location: Okinawa Prefecture (October 4-5, 2018) Event: Typhoon Kong-Rey is expected to bring extremely high winds, dangerous storm tides, heavy rainfall, and possible flooding to areas of Okinawa Prefecture beginning early Thursday, October 4, 2018, and continuing through late Friday, October 5, 2018. Based on current tracking, the storm may also cause weather disruptions throughout ...
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Weather Alert – U.S. Embassy Tokyo September 27, 2018

Location: Okinawa Prefecture (September 28-29, 2018), continuing through Kyushu, Honshu, and Hokkaido (September 29 – October 1). Event: Typhoon Trami (Typhoon No. 24) is expected to affect areas of Okinawa Prefecture and Amami Oshima Island in Kagoshima Prefecture beginning early Friday, September 28 through late Saturday, September 29. The storm is then expected to track ...
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Ambassador Hagerty’s Statement on the Passing of Okinawa Governor Takeshi Onaga

I would like to extend my heartfelt condolences to the family of Governor Onaga, his government colleagues, and the people of Okinawa. We are grateful for Governor Onaga’s contributions to our relationship with Japan, and we deeply value our work with him on issues of importance to the people of Okinawa over the years. He ...
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Alert: Super Typhoon Maria (Typhoon No. 8) – July 9, 2018

The U.S. Embassy in Tokyo cautions U.S. citizens that Super Typhoon Maria (Typhoon No. 8) is expected to bring extremely high winds, dangerous storm tides, heavy rainfall, and possible flooding to Southern and Western Okinawa Prefecture. Maria is forecast to make landfall near the Sakishima Islands, including Miyako, Ishigaki, Iriomote and Yonaguni Islands in Okinawa ...
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Alert: Typhoon Prapiroon Update – July 2, 2018

The U.S. Embassy in Tokyo cautions U.S. citizens that Typhoon Prapiroon (Typhoon No. 7) is expected to bring extremely high winds, dangerous storm tides, heavy rainfall, and possible flooding to areas of Kyushu beginning late Monday, July 2, and continuing through Tuesday, July 3. In conjunction with this storm, the Japan Meteorological Agency may issue ...
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Alert: Typhoon Prapiroon June 29, 2018

The U.S. Embassy in Tokyo cautions U.S. citizens that Typhoon Prapiroon (Typhoon No. 7) is expected to bring extremely high winds, dangerous storm tides, heavy rainfall, and possible flooding to areas of Okinawa Prefecture and Amami Islands in southern Kagoshima Prefecture beginning early Saturday, June 30, and continuing through late Sunday, July 1. The storm ...
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Ambassador Kennedy’s Statement on Consolidating Facilities & Areas in Okinawa

Good Afternoon. I am honored to join the Chief Cabinet Secretary today to announce an important agreement between the Governments of Japan and the United States regarding the early return of land in Okinawa. Mr. Chief Cabinet Secretary, I want to salute you and the Prime Minister for your leadership, and your deep commitment to ...
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