Governor Onaga’s third visit to the U.S.

Governor Takeshi Onaga paid his third visit to Washington D.C. from January 31, 2017 to February 3, 2017 and met and talked with a total of 26 people, mainly from the Congressional Research Service, the U.S. Congress, the Department of State, and the Department of Defense. We believe that the unders... Read More

Why Do We Oppose the Relocation to Henoko?

①The concentration of U.S. bases imposes an excessive burden on Okinawa. As many as 71% of the U.S. military facilities exclusively used by the U.S. Forces in Japan are located in Okinawa, which accounts for only 0.6% of the total land mass of Japan, and remain in use for 71 years after WWII. We can... Read More

Governor Onaga’s Second Visit to Washington, D.C.

From May 14 to 18, 2016, Governor Takeshi Onaga visited Washington, D.C. for the second time where he held a meeting with eight leading experts in Washington D.C. The Governor also met with 12 members of Congress sitting on both House and Senate committees on appropriations, armed services and forei... Read More

Governor Onaga’s First Visit to the United States

From May 30 to June 4, 2015, Governor Takeshi Onaga visited the United States and had the opportunity to meet directly with 19 people from the State Department and Department of Defense, members of Congress and other recognized experts. It was very meaningful that the Governor was able to explain th... Read More

The Okinawa Collection

In March 2015, the Okinawa Collection was established at the George Washington University Library to greatly increase publications and papers available about Okinawan history, politics, society, economy, culture and other areas so that a better environment is created for Okinawa-related research and... Read More