Kenko Shimbun

Kenko Shimbun (Japanese for “healthy newspaper”) was the newspaper for the U.S. Naval Hospital, Yokosuka, Japan. It is now a quarterly magazine.

The hospital was founded as an Imperial Japanese Navy hospital in 1881, and was rebuilt after the earthquake and fire of the Great Kanto Earthquake in 1923.

A yen for the best may be dangerous,” Kenko Shimbun, February 1984, p. 10.

It was a dark and stormy night,” Kenko Shimbun, February 1984, pp. 6-7.

Sumo: Art of unexpected,” Kenko Shimbun, March 1984, p. 11.

Discovering rural Japan, where landscape flows,” Kenko Shimbun, May 1984, pp. 8-9.

Another perspective on Spouse Day,” Kenko Shimbun, May 1984, p. 5.

Computers at work and play,” Kenko Shimbun, November 1984, p. 8.

Nurses’s Talk – East meets West,” Kenko Shimbun, November 1984, p. 9.

Team effort in Education to provide knowledge, skills,” Kenko Shimbun, April 1985, pp. 8-9.

The photos that didn’t make it into the Seahawk,” Kenko Shimbun, December 1985, p. 4.

Discoveries in the third dimension,” Kenko Shimbun, January 1986, p. 12.

Down the hatch,” Kenko Shimbun, August-September 1986, p. 4.

Sumo: something for everyone,” Kenko Shimbun, October 1986, p. 11.

Cold weather exercise held in Sapporo,” Kenko Shimbun, February 1987, pp. 4-5.

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