Okinawa City, Central Main Island
Attention all: Okinawa’s rainy season has come to an end, and the blue skies and warm waters are beckoning you! It’s officially “beach party” season. In Okinawa, a “beach party” refers to a BBQ on the beach.
I decided to check out the Southeast Botanical Gardens on Okinawa’s main island, and boy am I glad I did. Filled with palm trees, baobab trees, and 1,300 other varieties of tropical and subtropical plants, the open-air paradise was as good as it gets.
Okinawa Zento Eisa MatsuriRead Later
The Okinawa Zento Eisa Matsuri is held every year over the course of 3 days and boasts numbers of around 300,000 attendees. Eisa is one of Okinawa’s traditional performance arts, done to pay respects to and send off ancestors.
1.4 million colorful lights warmly greet visitors to the Okinawa Children’s World Zoo and Museum. The celebration’s main event, “Lights, Snow, and Fireworks Super laser beam,” will be upgraded, and the park also features other events such as a “Horror Night Zombie Area” and a large Santa Claus in the middle of the lake!
Delicious Shoyu Char Siu Ramen by Menya 7.5 Hz, Representative of Okinawa Ramen! (With information on the branches of Menya 7.5 Hz in Osaka and Tokyo)Read Later
Menya 7.5 Hz, a famous restaurant specializing in cooking Takaida ramen (a representative of Osaka ramen), opened its first branch in Okinawa in March 2016. Attracted by its growing fame in Okinawa, I came to enjoy the gourmet food.
As home to many Americans, it's no surprise that Okinawa is abundant with pizza parlors! Perhaps one of the most well-known of them all is Chatan-cho's “Pizza in OKINAWA.”
Indulge in blue sky and clear blue water in Okinawa. A deluxe itinerary with a bonus visit to a World Heritage site.Read Later
Okinawa is one of the hottest destinations for tourists, but there are still some hidden hotels and secret spots that many people have never heard of. In this article, we will tell you about these hidden gems in Okinawa.