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... see the Naha corner of Okinawa. When I'm somewhere I know nothing about I often head for the local museum, which I did today and served me well.
I had no idea of the extensive history of Okinawa. It only became part of Japan in the late 1800's, and aftter WW2 remained under American control until 1972. The Okinawans have the highest life expectancy on the planet, which is attibuted the ...
... a work of art and advanced ideas in environmental sustainability. The complex is built within a major forest and mountain region but impacting the natural resources as little as possible.
Salt factory, not just any salt but a natural sea salt factory.
Katsuren Castle ruins - It is the oldest of the Okinawan Castles and finally a newly discovered ancient village.
Ikei Village Then it was already time to leave ...
Okinawan National Performing Arts Hall was funded by the government to create a venue for the production of traditional Kumiodori, the refined entertainment for the royal court and the highest form of hospitality for entertaining Chinese Inaugural envoys. It is known to be the most elaborate and modern theatrical structure in Japan. It is still used for the original Kumiodori but also drama, music and ...
... br> Tsunahiki: The great Tug-of-War - The rope is roughly 200 meters and about 20000 participants, including myself, joined in to compete in pulling the giant rope. After it was over I got a piece of the rope to take home as an amulet for good health, prosperity and happiness for the next year. Yes, only one year. That means I have come back next year to earn another piece of the rope. I also had a few bruises that lasted a couple of days as a ...
... where we were from. “Ah, San Francisco,” they said. “That’s in the United States, right?”
We had a pleasant exchange, including the fact that the husband suffers from hay fever, and for that reason, they spend two months in Okinawa every year. They thanked us, and that was the end of it. There was no effort to ask for, or sell us anything; they just were being friendly.