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Kalakaua Inn: The Kitchen Hostel Ao
Convenient and affordable accommodation in Naha City
If you're a budget-conscious traveller still intent on exploring the best that Okinawa has to offer, consider the Kitchen Hostel Aoi in Naha city.
World Heritage Nakijin Castle
The three kings of the Ryukyu Islands
We still don't know who constructed Nakijin, though the excavations show that it was started in the 13th century. The fact that it took over a hundred years to complete meant that the generation who started it did not see it finished, but it was of such monumental importance that the next generations took over the construction as their life work.
Castaway on Nagannu Island
Get lost on a tropical island...
Castaway on a tropical island in Okinawa... or at least the illusion of.
Fly Direct from Kaohsiung to Naha
The gateway to Japan and North East Asia
Okinawa, or the Ryukyu Islands as they were known in earlier times, was the centre of maritime trade routes, from Taiwan, Thailand and Indonesia in the south, to mainland Japan and Korea in the north, and China to the west. While planes have now replaced ships as the travel mode of choice for most passengers, recent times have seen Okinawa experience a renaissance as a travel hub.
Fly Direct from Bangkok to Okinawa
Flights starting from less than 10,000 yen
Travellers from Bangkok now have a new gateway into Japan, with direct flights starting from February 19, 2017. Peach Airlines, a low cost carrier that is partly owned by All Nippon Airways, is flying three times a week from Bangkok Suvarnabhumi at 1:40 am and arriving in Okinawa Naha at 7:55 am.
JAL Sakura Lounge At Naha
A refurbished lounge to rival Haneda
Naha is the gateway to Japan's sub-tropical island paradise in Okinawa. Passengers on a Japan Airlines flight with JAL or oneworld elite status can now enjoy the new Sakura Lounge from 28 February 2017. The new lounge takes its cues from the new Haneda and Sapporo lounges, with a discreet Japanese aesthetic, but featuring Okinawan cultural touches.
Eisa in Okinawa
Living tradition
Fall in love with Okinawa's joy through Eisa
Itoman Winter Illuminations
A fairy light wonderland
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
Eisa of Okinawa
Tradition lives on through music and dance
Eisa in Okinawa is a ageing tradition but still a very vibrant and prominent part of Okinawan tradition.
Okinawa Odyssey
Explore Japan's tropical paradise in six days
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.
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