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Itoman illumination is kind a giant music box, every little girls dream come true. There are car and panda car rides for kids, photo booths, wine fair and all the usual matsuri stalls, like fairy floss and takoyaki etc
The Round 1 Sports and Entertainment Stadium is like a Dave and Busters - or if you must, a Chuck E. Cheese's - that's seven stories tall
Okinawa is a kaleidoscope of colours, from the aquamarine seas to the vivid reds and indigos of its Bingata textiles. It is also home to some of the world’s oldest and healthiest people, with 34 centenarians per 100,000 people. Previously part of the Ryukyu Empire, Okinawa was and remains a cultural melting pot, a centre of trade between various ports in Asia. These islands had their identity shaped by centuries of contact, influencing everything from food to music. If you have 6 days to spare, drop in to this blue water paradise and make new friends in the most relaxed and warmest part of Japan.
River trek and rock climbing that winds around a bend and halts at the bottom of a magnificent waterfall
Xystus Kids Land in Uruma City is a wide open indoor play park with amenities for adults
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Fukugi Trees have been placed around Okinawan seaside villages since ancient times to protect them from fierce typhoons and gusting winds.
Ginowan Tropical Beach and Park is a great place to enjoy the beach and park only 20 minutes from Naha.