Richmond Hotel Naha Kumoji
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... will emd in Melbourne, but that is probably too long a hop in one day to not be arriving really late, so I'll be stopping on the way at Rylestone in country NSW. Rob Loneragan, the Searey agent for Australia, bought the country airfield a few years back and has breathed new life into it with an airpark development. Been keen to see it and catch up, so works nicely. He is inviting a few folks along, there'll be ...
... even a large Japanese style Furo (bath).
Then we went to the Ginowan Convention Center. It was rather simple compared the the performing arts hall.
Sunsets and sunrises were amazing.
Other places we visited were the Okinawan beer,Orion Factory. This beer is made from barley,rice and corn with the hops and yeast. Drinking beer at 11 am did not go to well with me or maybe it was because we had 5 minutes to ...
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 ...
... lacquer and wood than stone and jade. As it was destroyed for the 4th time during the Battle of Okinawa in 1945, this last restoration in 1992 is definitely a grand rebirth of its structure and the rebirth of the history and culture of the Ryukyu Kingdom.
Tama U Dun: The Royal Mausoleum of the kings and queens and royal families. It reminds me of the tradition that is unique to the Okinawan Culture. Burial sites are complete family plots. Generations ...
... a picture of us with our camera.
The other stop on our tour was more interesting. We drove to Kokusai Street, a busy shopping boulevard that, lucky for us, becomes a pedestrian walkway on Sundays.
We followed our guide to an indoor food market, filled with stalls selling everything from liquor to health food. There was a lot we couldn’t decipher.
The fishmonger stalls were ...