Okinawa is the ultimate island travel destination in Japan. This tropical paradise has a history of independence and a long-lasting identity from when it was known as the Ryukyu Kingdom. The Okinawan culture is distinct from Japan and remarkable in many ways. It’s a realm of martial arts, mountain hikes, rainforests and reefs. Its blissful blue waters, subtropical weather and happy attitude combine with the richness of Japanese culture, food and nuance. White sandy beaches, water that gets bluer the longer you look at it and food that satisfies as much as it challenges; that’s Okinawa.
In the southernmost part of Japan, Okinawa’s 160 islands make up a steppingstone trail for divers, explorers and peace-seekers. Amongst the indigenous rainforests, the waterfalls and the secrets of ancient ruins listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites, it’s here that you find Okinawa. It’s here that you find yourself.
Have you ever heard of Okinawa Diet? Okinawa is renowned as one of the five longevity hotspots or blue zones in the world and keeps attracting researchers and journalists from all over the world. It is believed that enjoying healthy foods and having less stress will lead to a healthy life. Why not come to Okinawa to find out the secrets of longevity?