Winter in Okinawa is a sensational time of year for marine leisure activities; it’s especially renowned for its whale watching tours.
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.
Okinawa is one of the most famous resort destinations in Japan. It is made up of many islands including some remote islands which have their own distinct cultures, flora and fauna.
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Hate no Hama is a beach island located around 5 kilometers away from Kume Island in Okinawa. It is an uninhabited island.
Hate no Hama is made up of three islands. From closest to farthest from Kume Island, they are “Menuhama,” “Nakanuhama,” and “Hatinuhama,” but collectively they are known as “Hate no Hama.”
Known for being the most beautiful water in the east, Okinawa’s seawater is gorgeous and extremely clear.
Hate no Hama has also appeared in a commercial for the search engine Google.
One of the attractions of Okinawa is the many small islands around the main island. One of those islands is Aguni island.