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4.5/5Wonderful!(302 area reviews)
The parks and historic sites are just a few things visitors like about Naha City Centre. Kokusai Dori and Tomari Port are worthwhile spots to check out, and you can hop on the metro at Miebashi Station or Kenchomae Station to get around the larger area.
5/5Exceptional!(1 area review)
Travelers like the shopping in Goya, and Okinawa Zoo & Museum is a top attraction you might want to visit.
Travelers like the shopping in Biimata, and Nago Pineapple Park is a top attraction you might want to visit.
4.5/5Wonderful!(36 area reviews)
If you're spending some time in Mihama, American Village and Sunset Beach are top sights worth seeing.
Travelers like the shopping in Yamuchin Street, and Kokusai Dori is a top attraction you might want to visit.
Bathed in mild winds and warm air throughout the year, it’s easy to understand why beautiful Okinawa is one of Japan’s most popular domestic destinations. Whether you’re looking for an all-inclusive beach resort getaway, a deep dive into Okinawa’s rich history and culture, or exploring the island’s interior jungles, Okinawa has endless activities to keep everyone entertained. Diving and snorkeling, swimming and ocean canoeing, and even camping are all part and parcel to Okinawa’s unique charm.
Formally the independent Ryukyu Kingdom, Okinawa’s distinctive past provides many sightseeing spots where you can experience the history and inimitable culture first-hand. Don’t miss Shuri Castle and its ubiquitous shisa statues – the most famous symbol of Okinawa. One can also wander the ruins and battlefields, the legacy of World War II; Okinawa is the only place in Japan to see ground fighting.
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Okinawa is a sun-and-fun seeker’s paradise, with the best weather in Japan and mesmerizing turquoise blue seas. And while most well-known as a beach lover’s vacation destination, Okinawa is a fully-functioning prefecture with over 1.4 million residents – if the beach gets tiresome, head to Naha for some big city fun or to the North Shore for the world-famous Churaumi Aquarium to see whale sharks. Any direction you choose, be sure to book your Okinawa accommodations with Expedia for the best rates and widest selection of hotel options!