Okinawa Island is situated about 400 miles south of Japan, and although now a Japanese prefecture, its origins in the Ryuku Kingdom can still be felt in the ruined castles and traditional villages that sit comfortably amongst pristine beaches and modern markets. Whether you want to tour the 14th-century Shuri Castle or wander down the Bise Fukugi Tree Road, for curious visitors, Okinawa is an open-air museum.

    Leisure seekers will also find plenty to love, as the island offers stunning sunsets, great surfing, and eclectic shops like the Yomitan Pottery Village, where you can find a one-of-a-kind souvenir.

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    • Naha, Japan, is the capital of Okinawa and is famed for Shuri Castle, once the royal palace of the Ryukyu Kingdom where karate is said to have been invented. An interesting adventure for the whole family is to take a karate history tour. The city's Tsuboya district is famous for its ceramics, in particular the famed shiisaa figurines of lion...


    What to see & do in Okinawa (and vicinity)

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    Things to do in Okinawa offer a stunning juxtaposition of ancient history and tradition with a bustling modern vibe and tons of theme parks, animal experiences, shopping and dining. This island has a culture that dates back thousands of years, but one that has been fundamentally changed by contact with the West. You can see native sea life at the Okinawa Churaumi Aquarium or see the children's museum and animals... อ่านเพิ่มเติม

    Where to shop & what to buy in Okinawa (and vicinity)

    • 10 Best Places to Go Shopping in Naha

      This guide to the best places to go shopping in Naha will give you an insight into the city’s retail areas. The capital of Okinawa is a thriving commercial hub on the main island, around 640 km south of Kyushu. You’ll find a range of shopping experiences, from upscale malls to local markets. Kokusai Dori, the main street in central...

    Where to go & what to do at night in Okinawa (and vicinity)

    Nightlife in Okinawa has changed over time but has always been vibrant in this thriving trade hub with teahouses, pubs and live entertainment. At local Izakaya establishments, you'll find businesspeople sitting on tatami mats enjoying all-you-can-eat and all-you-can-drink specials. The region also has plenty of local drinks to enjoy from Orion beer to awamori rice wine. A unique hot spot here is The Dojo... อ่านเพิ่มเติม


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