From Postcard Campaign to Save Henoko:


“SUPPORT THE GOVERNOR: POSTCARD CAMPAIGN TO SAVE HENOKO & OURA BAY” is an ongoing grassroots campaign whereby Okinawans are sending postcards to Governor Nakaima to demonstrate their support for his goal to save Henoko & Oura Bay. This beautiful and beloved eco-region situated in a quiet part of northern Okinawa’s coastline is a thriving biodiverse habitat of Okinawa’s critically endangered dugongs and other unique (including newly discovered) marine wildlife. It is adjacent to the subtropical rainforest of Yanbaru .

Now is the final stage of Okinawa’s struggle for Henoko & Oura Bay. the US and Japanese governments are pushing forward their plan to construct a massive US military base there with force. Last March, Okinawa Defense Bureau (Japan Defense Ministry office in Okinawa) submitted to Okinawa prefecture their application for reclamation of the sea off Henoko, while all 41 municipalities in Okinawa and the Governor oppose the plan. The Abe administration is now putting strong pressure on the Governor, so we should support him. To express our support, we encourage you to write the Governor a postcard.

Please write him: “We support you ! “ “No More Bases ! ” “Save Henoko!” “Save Okinawa Dugong” “Stay strong”

The address:
Govenor Hirokazu Nakaima
Secretariat Division
Okinawa Prefecture
Izumizaki, Naha
Okinawa,   900-8570   Japan

When you write to him, please take a photo of your postcard and email it to okinawaor[at] We will upload it on our blog.

“The mountains and the sea are connected – No to the landfill.”

“Please take are of your health, save the sea of Henoko!”

“For the future generations”

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