Located at the westernmost point of Japan, Okinawa Prefecture is surrounded by a sea of coral reefs and rich in nature. Okinawa has also been developed as a resort area, attracting more than 10 million tourists from home and abroad. In the period from the early 15th to 19th centuries, Okinawa flourished as the Ryukyu Kingdom, and by mixing Japanese and Asian cultures, the region developed its own unique performance, arts and craftwork. We explore the illustrious allure that Okinawa is brimming with.

Okinawan Blue Sea
Nakijin Castle Ruins
Bingata Artisan
Karate Practitioner