Hotel Hokke Club Naha Shintoshin
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... to do in Naha" searches, I arrived just as the rain came for a look see too - but it was warm enough it was quite pleasant. A nice stroll around the buildings that included a royal palace and temples.
Talking of temples, the search for the modern places of gathering for story telling brought me to the Naha mall and my new sunglasses served me well as the neon ...
... 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 ...
Pretty soon its time to catch the Shinkansen or 'bullet train to Tokyo. I bought a special economy ticket with a very long Japanese name which you have to book in advance through a travel agent and comes with a free drink. The 'economy' tickets cost about £180 (gulp!) but we are travelling in a reserved seat in the 'green' car which is kind of like business class on the airplane, with huge reclining seats, fold-out foot rests and many cup holders to place your free ...