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Azalea ready for viewing in Higashi

Fifty thousand azaleas are showing their colors in northern Okinawa, only weeks after cherry blossoms made their 2011 debut. Azalea, the delicate flower called ‘royalty of the garden’, began blooming little more than a week ago because of Okinawa’s unseasonably chilly weather, but is now making its annual splash at the Higashi Village Azalea Festival.   Read More!


Ufuya blends Meiji era with pork and soba

Nestled at the base of a hillside near Nago City adjacent to a pineapple field is Ufuya, a historic set of three Meiji era buildings restored and serving as a soba and Okinawan foods restaurant. Ufuya, which means ‘big house’ in the Okinawan Hogan dialect, originally was a property of the House of Asato, a home built in Nago City in the late Meiji era.   Read More!


Chimudon Festival brings Okinawan culture, traditions alive at Murasakimura

Chimudon Festival is held at Murasakimura in Yomitan village on Mar 19 and 20. The festival offers visitors an excellent opportunity to experience the history, traditional culture and entertainment of the ancient Ryukyu.   Read More!

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