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Okinawa Japan photography group featuring unique pictures of Okinawa
Naha’s abundant and important historical sights are places that shouldn’t be missed when traveling the Okinawa Islands. Because Naha has been the capital of the Ryukyu Islands for hundreds of years sightseeing spots in Naha like Shuri Castle, Tsuboya Yachimun Street, and Lake Man (Manko) have great importance to Okinawa and the Okinawan people.
The palace was almost completely destroyed in 1945 during the battle of Okinawa when US Marines, Army and Navy attacked. Today thanks to the hard work and dedication of the people of Naha and Japan Shuri Castle has been reconstructed, including Shurei no Mon...
|Tsuboya Yachimun Street
Since the Ryukyu Administration gathered the many pottery kilns and artists that were spread out over Okinawa 300 years ago this quarter of Naha has been known as a pottery town.This area in Naha is paved with Okinawa limestone and the main street is filled with ...
|Lake Man (Manko)
An area of wetlands in Okinawa located between Naha, Okinawa and the city of Tomigusuku Okinawa. Lake Man is within Manko Park and despite being called "Lake Man", it is actually a...
It is one of the historical craft shop in Okinawa. Bingata means Okinawan traditional resist dyed cloth. Enjoy the beauty of Bingata Kimono and experience dyeing your own souvenier.