Naha serves as the gateway to Okinawa, a chain of islands lying between Japan and Thailand. Despite being owned and governed by the Japanese, Okinawa definitely has a unique culture that’s well worth exploring. It offers a rich and fascinating history, from the birthplace of karate to more modern times with the Battle of Okinawa during World War II. Landmarks and museums detail the history of this region in great depth, so you can delve into the incredible backstory of this region.
Once you’re done studying the area, it may be time to get out and study the local wildlife. Walk through the manmade Shikinaen Gardens, or head out to the ocean to try a spot of diving. There’s a rich variety of coral, tropical fish and sea turtles that you’ll be able to get up close to. It’s a wonderful place to relax and explore, which makes it no surprise that Okinawa’s population is the longest-living in the world. Use your visit to sample the tranquil lifestyle and be at one with the arts, cultures and natural beauty of this amazing region.
The Yen is the official currency of Naha. Naha is 9 hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT +9).
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