Nakashima-Griffin, Mika Nakashima of Sakado, Japan, and Patrick Allan Griffin of Port Hueneme, Calif., were married May 26 at Shinto Shrine in Tokyo.Nakashima-Griffin
Mika Nakashima For other persons named Mika, see Mika (disambiguation).
Mika Nakashima (中島美嘉 of Sakado, Japan, and Patrick Allan Griffin of Port Hueneme Port Hueneme (wī'nē`mē), city (1990 pop. 20,319), Ventura co., S Calif., on the Pacific coast; founded 1870, inc. 1948. It has an artificial deep-sea harbor and is the site of a huge naval construction-battalion (Seabee) center. , Calif., were married May 26 at Shinto Shrine A jinja (Japanese: 神社) is a Shinto shrine and its surrounding natural area. In common usage, jinja often refers to the buildings of a shrine. in Tokyo, Japan, and Sept. 8 at St. Peter's St. Peter's or similar terms may mean:
The bride is the daughter of Noriko and Nobukazu Nakashima of Sakado, Japan. The groom is the son of Terri and John Griffin of Eugene.
The couple plan to live in Port Hueneme.
The bride is a homemaker, and the groom is a lieutenant in the U.S. Navy and an executive officer with Port Hueneme Reserve Center.