Shekwasha, The Green Jewel Full of Nutrition
Used in both Awamori and cooking, Shekwasha is an indispensable fruit to the people of Okinawa and can often be found in...
Iejima Tatchu: The Island’s Protector
The one place to definitely visit when in Iejima is the island’s symbol, Iejima Tatchu. From the top there is a magnific...
Sugar Cane: Okinawa’s Famous Produce
Sugarcane is an indispensable specialty of Okinawa that can also be eaten raw. If you get chance, please try it.
Okinawa’s Recommended Cherry Blossom Festivals of 2017
Various festivals are held throughout Okinawa, where the cherry blossom season takes place from January to February ever...
Cape Chinen: A Beauty Spot Rich in Ryukyu Legends
Protruding from the east coast is Cape Chinen, a well-known beauty spot in Okinawa. When exploring the southern part of ...
Eat and Compare Okinawa’s Traditional ‘Ryukyu Confectionary’
When on holiday, it can become tiring just walking around and sightseeing all day, so why not take a break and enjoy som...
Okinawa’s Unique New Year Customs and Food
During New Year is probably one of the best times to visit Okinawa, with the opportunity to enjoy a New Year different f...
Okinawa’s Top 5 Recommended Onsen for the Winter!
After having enjoyed the sights, why not rest in a warm onsen? It would also be nice and refreshing way to welcome the N...
Sparerib Soup: The Must Try Traditional Winter Dish of Okina...
‘Soki Jiru’, or Sparerib Soup, is a classic winter dish in Okinawa. This dish is the soul food of Okinawan winters, popu...
Season Special! Okinawa’s Recommended Winter Illuminations
Here we will introduce the illumination events being held in Okinawa. As these are outdoor events, don’t forget your coat or else you might catch a cold!