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50 Things to Do in Okinawa; Tsunaga Japan

Okinawa, one of the most popular beach resorts in the whole of Japan. Its emerald blue seas and white sand beaches attract people from all over the country. Once the Ryukyu Kingdom, Okinawa has a unique culture and history that differs from the mainland. Here in this article Tsunaga Japan is going to introduce 50 great things to do in Okinawa.

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Razed Shuri Castle to be restored; NST

THE world famous Shuri Castle in Shuri, near Okinawa, which was razed in a fire last October, will be fully restored by the Japanese government by 2026.

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In the footsteps of Okinawa’s forgotten priestesses; Alex Martin; The Japan Times

Utaki (sacred sites) are scattered throughout the islands of Okinawa. Historically the purview of priestesses and kings, these sites have recently seen an uptick in visitors interested in exploring their own history.

Source: In the footsteps of Okinawa’s forgotten priestesses | The Japan Times

The Ryukyu Castles of Okinawa; Mark Cartwright; Ancient History

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A 7D6N Okinawa Itinerary: How to Explore One of Japan’s Hidden Gems; Carissa Ng; TripZilla

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Shuri Castle and Nakagusuku Castle – Okinawa Travel Guide •; Nami; Just One Cookbook

Okinawan’s rich history and culture are on full display at its two of its most renowned world heritage sites, Shuri Castle and Nakagusuku Castle.

Source: Shuri Castle and Nakagusuku Castle – Okinawa Travel Guide • Just One Cookbook

Why the people of Okinawa are among the healthiest and longest-living in the world; Gibbs Cadiz; Philippine Daily Inquirer

Japan – Gusuku Sites and Related Properties of the Kingdom of Ryukyu

Sunny, balmy, it is the Miami, Hawaii, Boracay of Japan.

Source: Why the people of Okinawa are among the healthiest and longest-living in the world | Inquirer Lifestyle

The uplifting tones of Okinawan blues; Mandy Bartok; The Japan Times

The winter vocabulary of the majority of Japan residents doesn’t include the color turquoise. Or aquamarine, azure or the somewhat intellectually pompous “cerulean”.

Source: The uplifting tones of Okinawan blues | The Japan Times

Castle ruins is center point to Nakagusuku region; Jun Ikemura; Japan Update

Nakagusuku Village is the second in Japan in terms of population density, following Kitanakagusuku Village, and has also been a key community dating to the 15th century.

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Unesco World Heritage: Shuri Castle of Japan


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