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Vanuatu
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  • Wallis Island
Cambodia
  • Phnom Penh
China
  • Beijing
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Korea (Republic of)
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United Arab Emirates
  • Dubai
India
  • Chennai
  • Delhi
  • Mumbai
Indonesia
  • Denpasar-Bali
  • Jakarta
Japan
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  • Nagoya
  • Oita
  • Okinawa
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  • Sapporo
  • Tokyo
Laos
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Malaysia
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Flight to Okinawa

Japanese Hawaii

Booking a flight to Okinawa is the opportunity to discover a heavenly destination in Japan!

The essential

In the Ryuku Kingdom

A 3-hour flight from Tokyo, Okinawa is like the Ryuku Islands and many Japanese people choose this destination to spend their holidays here. Its peaceful dream beaches and crystal clear waters are a reminder of those of the Pacific. Ancient kingdom, the Katsuren, Nakagusuku and Zakimi castles, which are inscribed on UNESCO's World Heritage List, are the perfect witnesses to Ryuku's history. And even today, the kingdom's culture comes to life in the streets of Okinawa. For the gourmands, go to the Kokusai Dori Yatai-mura where about twenty small restaurants offer you the island's specialities or varied menus. A flight ticket to Okinawa will take you to this idyllic island that almost makes you forget you are in Japan!

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Inescapables

Inescapables

Okinawa, Japan in the tropics
Okinawa: a little closer to paradise
Welcome to the "Japanese Hawaii". Book your flights to Okinawa, and fly to an archipelago with a subtropical climate, where the lush landscapes set it apart from the rest of the country. Picture perfect beaches and glorious jungle abound: Okinawa has preserved its wonderful natural heritage. Humpback whales come to show off to the visitors in waters off the Kerama Islands Natural Park. Those who love diving will adore the turquoise waters of Ishigaki island, where you can see manta rays and multi-coloured coral. Don't miss the chance to explore Yambaru Park, seeking out the vertiginous Hiji waterfalls.
Okinawa: secret to eternal youth
Tropical currents warm the islands and exert their own influence: the archipelago has preserved various unusual characteristics for which it is famous throughout Japan. Thanks to your promotional plane ticket to Okinawa you can visit the Makishi market and discover the unique local gastronomic speciality, which is said to contribute to the record number of 100-year-olds in the local region. It's called goya champuru, and it's a stir fry made with bitter melon, accompanied by some kuro koji (mushroom alcohol). Next, stop by the Tsuboya pottery museum to admire the emblematic crafts of the region. The museum houses a kiln that is several centuries old.
Okinawa: where history lives on
Therein lies the secret of the region's charm: Okinawa is frozen in time with few concessions to modernity. Your round trip flight to Okinawa brings you to a land where historic eras seem to live on. On Taketomi island, the sandy streets are edged with small stone walls, buffalo pull carts full of visitors, and shisas (guardian lion dog statuettes) guard people's homes. The symbolic Shuri castle has been rebuilt in an identical manner numerous times since the 14th century and today bears witness to seven centuries of wars and dynasties. The archipelago, with its 160 islands, is one of Japan's hidden gems that will be revealed to you thanks to your Okinawa flight booking.
Events

Events

The events in Okinawa
Festivals & Carnivals
Feast
10/10/2020
to 12/10/2020
Naha Tsunahiki, Naha Great Tug-of-War Festival
Okinawa
Festivals & Carnivals
Feast
10/10/2020
to 12/10/2020
Naha Tsunahiki, Naha Great Tug-of-War Festival
Okinawa
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Naha Tsunahiki is a tug-of-war competition between various neighbourhoods of Naha, Okinawa. It's officially the longest tug-of-war rope in the world, certified by the Guinness Book of Records. It's 200 meters long and incredibly thick and heavy: it weighs a staggering 43 tons. This festival is held in honour of the blessings of fertility and happiness for the year. The Naha Great Tug of War Festival is a unique experience and a very popular event, bringing together around 300,000 spectators and 15,000 participants. These festivities are rooted in the culture of this mesmerizing island.
Adress
1 Chome-1-1 Izumizaki
900-0021
Okinawa
Festivals
Arts & Crafts
20/11/2020
to 22/11/2020
Tsuboya Pottery Festival
Naha
Festivals
Arts & Crafts
20/11/2020
to 22/11/2020
Tsuboya Pottery Festival
Naha
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Originating from Okinawa Island, Tsuboya pottery is a well known for its simplicity, elegance and robustness. Each year, the Tsuboya Pottery Festival allows the public to discover the techniques of the master potters, to see the kilns that heat the pottery to more than a thousand degrees, and to get to know the techniques of clay and porcelain, but also to discover the history of the city and its ancestral know-how. A story that begins with the tiles from the ruins of the nearby castle, more than 400 years ago....<br/>
Adress
900-0013 3-14 Makishi
670-0000
Naha
Things to do

Things to do

To do in Okinawa
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Churaumi Aquarium
Okinawa
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Churaumi Aquarium
Okinawa
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<B>Okinawa</B> is a small Japanese island in the archipelago. However, it houses the second largest aquarium in the world (after the one in Atlanta, USA). Built on the site of the Universal Exposition of 1975, the aquarium was opened to the public in 2002. Churaumi means "beautiful sea", and indeed it's more than just an aquarium. It's the only place in the world you can see whale sharks in a tank, or rather a gigantic pool measuring 7,500 m². The vast size of these artificial habitats means that even coral grows there. Dive right into this fascinating experience at <B>Churaumi Aquarium</B>.<br/>


Admission prices :
    Full price : 1850
    Students : 1230
    Children : 610
    Children up to 5 years : Free
Adress
24 Ishikawa, Motobu-Cho
900-0021
Okinawa
Phone
0081 980 48 3748
website
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Place of character
Cape Manzamo
Okinawa
Place of character
Cape Manzamo
Okinawa
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Manzamo literally means "a field for 10,000 people to sit" and although you're unlikely to see as many people as that, Cape Manzamo has become a must see for visitors to Okinawa. Amazing rock formations, beautifully clear deep turquoise waters, this is a truly delightful stretch of coastline. Enjoy a stroll along this jagged coastline or go for a dip in the glorious sea. It's a favourite spot among divers and snorkelers, as the waters are home to coral and colourful tropical fish.<br/>
Adress
Onna, district de Kunigami
900-0021
Okinawa
Architectural/Technical mastery Exotic
Shuri Castle
Okinawa
Architectural/Technical mastery Exotic
Shuri Castle
Okinawa
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According to historians, <B>Shuri Castle</B> was built in the 14th century, on the island of Okinawa, not far from the island's main town, Naha. The castle was the nerve centre of the Kingdom of Ryuku, as evidenced by the calligraphy that can be admired in the throne room. It served as a military base during the Second World War. Every morning at 8:30 there is an opening ceremony of the Hôshinmon gate to the sound of traditional music played by musicians in period costume. The castle has been a Unesco-listed site since 2000.<br/>


Admission prices :
    820
Adress
http://oki-park.jp/shurijo/en/
900-0021
Okinawa
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Exotic Bucolic/Country
Ie Island, Iejima
Okinawa
Exotic Bucolic/Country
Ie Island, Iejima
Okinawa
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Japan is an archipelago made up of hundreds of islands, many of which are beathtakingly beautiful. One of these is Ie Island, or Iejima (the suffix -<I>jima</I> means "island"), close to Okinawa. You can take a boat from Okinawa, and explore the island. It's a haven for nature which is exceptionally well preserved and flourishing here. The waters around the island are a popular spot for diving. On the island itself, you can walk up Mount Gusuku, on top of which is a magnificent temple. The Nyatiya Cave is also worth a visit: 1,000 people sheltered from air raids here during the war.<br/>
Adress
Nord-Ouest de l'île d'Okinawa
900-0021
Okinawa
Bars & restaurants

Bars & restaurants

Our gourmet selection for Okinawa
Unusual
Asian Herb Restaurant Cafe Kurukuma
Okinawa
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Asian Herb Restaurant Cafe Kurukuma
Okinawa
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The food at Asian Herb Restaurant Cafe Kurukuma is brought to life with an abundance of fresh herbs. Grown in the restaurant's own garden, these aromatic (and sometimes rare) herbs bring a huge amount of flavour to the Asian (mostly Thai) dishes on the menu. You will find chicken, beef, pork, hot and sour soup, seafood platters and many delicious curries with coconut milk and unusual herbs. The restaurant itself is simple and natural in style, much like the food.<br/>
Adress
1190, Aza Chinen, Chinen, Nanjo-shi, Okinawa
900-0021
Okinawa
Unusual
Dojo Bar
Okinawa
Unusual
Dojo Bar
Okinawa
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The city of Okinawa is famous for being the birthplace of karate. As its name suggests, Dojo Bar pays tribute to this Japanese martial art. You can enjoy sake, beers and Japanese wines at this bar, among images of the great karate masters, their swords hanging from the wall. The atmosphere is friendly and fun, but if you were to eat your neighbour's gyoza by mistake, you may end up getting a karate chop more than you bargained for. <br/>
Adress
101 Asato, Naha
900-0021
Okinawa
website
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Unusual
Kajinho Pizza in the Sky
Okinawa
Unusual
Kajinho Pizza in the Sky
Okinawa
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Perched high up on a hill with a wonderful view over Okinawa, Kajinho Pizza in the Sky is an unusual restaurant. It offers a selection of food and drink, and the speciality is the home made pizza. However, it's like eating in someone's home, as the restaurant looks exactly like a traditional Japanese house, from floor to ceiling. For a change, enjoy the incongruousness of eating pizza in this authentic Japanese setting with a marvellous view. <br/>
Phone
81755511488
Adress
1153-2 Yamazato Motobu-town
900-0021
Okinawa
website
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Unusual
Yakiniku Honpo Shimagyu
Okinawa
Unusual
Yakiniku Honpo Shimagyu
Okinawa
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The specialty of Shimagyu is its barbecued meat, featuring a particularly tasty beef breed and pork from Okinawa. The choice of dishes is numerous, all for a reasonable price. You can enjoy them in a traditional Japanese restaurant setting, accompanied by a local wine. One of the most popular restaurants on the island, Yakiniku Honpo Shimagyu is regularly praised by food critics for the quality of its food.<br/>
Phone
0988632941
Adress
2-4-15, Matsuyama, Naha-shi
900-0021
Okinawa
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