Hotel Cresia Okinawa Naha Tomarikou
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Splendid day flying down from Kobe, 10 knot tailwind much of the way, only a 7.5 hour flight. Over water most of the way, very smooth, so just settled in at 6500' and was a nice change to have an easy flight.
The further south I ventured, the more I started to seeing the Pacific I always imagine - sand islands and sparkling blue seas.
... 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 ...
The Shuri Castle, the royal seat for over 500 years. Throughout history trade with China, Southeast Asia as well as Japan, brought various items,cultures, practices to the islands. Thus the arts such as lacquer ware, dyes, textiles, ceramics, music blossomed in this Ryukyu Kingdom and the similarity between the Castle in the Forbidden City and the Shuri Castle is not a surprise. The architecture resembles more a Chinese motif than Japanese although there seems to ...
... the buildings and cover most of the windows of the surrounding office blocks. Despite the zillions of people surging in and out of the tunnels and stairways, it feels nothing like as frenetic as Victoria or London Bridge, and seems to run contentedly like a well oiled machine. Once we have had a look up the Tokyo Tower, we all troop off to a Japanese garden for a tea ceremony. The ceremony is held in a small wooden house, surrounded by beautifully manicured gardens which ...