To Okinawa, an Island Filled with Warm Fantasies
If you are a reader who thinks of 'Boracay' or 'Saipan' when asked of a hot country, keep reading. Especially if you thought Japan has a similar climate with Korea! Welcome to an island that is warm all year long. Dive into Okinawa's amazing oceans and warm breeze.
American village is a special place where it seems much like Japan, but then again really isn’t. Foreign buildings and shops are spotted and it’s the perfect area to buy souvenirs. This city resort that was built on the U.S. army airfield not only has plenty of commercial facilities but a whole wide view of the ocean awaits all visitors. It will be best if you visit during the sunset. The pink sky and the palm trees, along with the sea will allow you to take some wonderful photos. When the sun is gone, the observation car will light up presenting another new vibe. It’s guaranteed to witness a variety of atmospheres of the island at the American Village.
There are plenty of places to have dinner, so might as well enjoy your first dinner in Japan at the Japanese version of America.
If you watched the episodes of ‘Superman is Back’ with Sarang Chu, you will already know about the beauty Churaumi Aquarium holds. Sunghoon Chu picks it as one of his top five places of his life which prove how the beauty of it cannot be put into words. The dolphins and whales are the mascots of the Aquarium, and the crowded people taking pictures of them prove it.
The underwater life inside the aquarium is breath-taking enough but the clear water and the horizon lined up far assures you are breathing in some great essence of nature.
If the weather is bright and sunny enough the day you visit, you’ll hardly be able to tell the horizon where the sea and sky meets. Also, don’t miss out the dolphin show that takes place outside. Whether you are a child or not, you’ll be dropping your jaw when you see the dolphins twirling up in the air.
Another drama-site you can check at Okinawa is where Hyojin Gong and Insung Cho shot the drama “It’s Okay, It’s Love”. Cape Manza got its name from back in the 18th century when King Shokei of the Ryukyu dynasty was awestruck after observing the land, saying ‘ten thousand can fill this space’.
If you make it to Cape Manza, you will definitely feel what King Shokei must have felt. The vast meadow and tall reeds, along with the countless basalt and the cliff that leads to the ocean will leave you in awe. You will get to see a darker-tone of the ocean compared to the Churaumi Aquarium and the breeze from the cliff will melt away all the stress inside, enabling you to fill yourself with new motives of life.