GRG Hotel Naha
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... diet, life style and low stress levels." In archeological digs they have found earthenware and tools that date back 5000 years, while pre historic remians from 20-30,000 years ago have also been discovered.
There was a large section dedicated to the sea life that so richly surrounds this string of islands, most impressive was this chap.
Fishing and trade have been part of ...
... beer before heading to our next stop. We were allowed 2 beers but I never made through the first one.
The aquarium was the next stop after lunch.
OIST, Okinawan Institute for Science and Technology was an amazing place. Scientist, doctorial students worldwide are here to share and develop ideas and research novel discoveries in the areas of science and technology. Some of the best in the world are here and the ...
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 ...
... are buried together. The rituals are quite involved and interesting.
Tsushima-maru Memorial Museum:
No photos from here. The story of this ship is a story of war not peace. The lives of 1484 evacuees including 775 children were taken as an American submarine destroyed what they believed was a cargo ship taking supplies to Japan. Instead it was a cargo ship carrying mostly children to safety from Okinawa where the Battle of Okinawa raged to ...
... trees while gently poaching in the stinky water; then we have a bath in one of the many (segregated) wooden cubicles and pools inside the onsen, and go back upstairs to get on our swirly blue and white kimonos (time for a picture) which have been laid out for us and get down in time for dinner. Dinner itself was truly extraordinary, all cooked by our host and his mum from stuff they had picked, caught or preserved, including river trout baked in salt, grasshoppers (!!!), ...