Kume Island

Kume Island: Kume island also known as Kumejima  is one of the islands that make up the Okinawa Shoto island group. Like many other of the small islands surrounding Okinawa Honto, Kumejima offers a much less developed version of the beaches and Okinawan culture for which the prefectur

Miyako Islands

Miyako Islands: The Miyako Islands are a group of islands in Okinawa Prefecture, Japan, east of the Yaeyama Islands. Miyako Island are known for some of Japan’s best beaches and as a great destination for snorkeling and diving in the coral reefs. The sub tropical climate provide

Yaeyama Islands

Yaeyama Islands: The Yaeyama Islands are an archipelago in the southwest of Okinawa Prefecture.The Yaeyama Islands are home to numerous species of subtropical plants and mangrove forests. The islands produce sugarcane and pineapples. Coral reefs around the islands are ideal habitats f


Okinawa is the southernmost prefecture of Japan. It comprises hundreds of the Ryukyu Islands in a chain which stretches over about one thousand kilometers from Kyushu to Taiwan. Okinawa’s climate is subtropical, with temperatures barely falling below 15 degrees in winter. The se


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