Urasoe Castle (浦添城, Urasoe-jō, Okinawan: Urashii Gusiku) was an Okinawan castle, or gusuku, which served as the capital of the medieval Okinawan principality of Chūzan prior to the unification of the island into the Ryūkyū Kingdom, and the moving of…
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Gushikawa (具志川市, Gushikawa-shi, Okinawan: Gushichan) was a city located in Okinawa Prefecture, Japan. Agena Castle was built here, and the city was founded in the 17th century as Gushichā Magiri (具志川間切). After the Ryūkyū Kingdom was annexed by Japan and the Magiri system abolished, the area was renamed Gushikawa village in 1908.
Latitude: 26° 21' 33.73" N
Longitude: 127° 52' 2.46" E
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Sefa-utaki (斎場御嶽, Seefa-utaki), meaning "purified place of Utaki," is an historical sacred space, overlooking Kudaka Island, that served as one of the key locations of worship in the native religion of the Ryukyu people for millennia. Later as a par…
Naminoue Shrine (波上宮 Naminoue-gū?), literally "Above the Waves Shrine", is a Shinto shrine in Naha, Okinawa, Japan, the primary shrine (一の宮 ichinomiya?) in the prefecture. It sits atop a high bluff, overlooking Naminoue Beach and the ocean.
The Naha Port Facility, formerly the Naha Military Port, is a United States Forces Japan facility located in Naha, Okinawa, Japan, at the mouth of Kokuba River (国場川, Kokuba-gawa), which flows into the East China Sea.
Lake Man (漫湖, Manko), is an area of wetlands in Okinawa that is located between the cities of Naha and Tomigusuku, and within Manko Park. Despite being called "Lake Man", it is in fact a wetland and not a lake.
Katsuren Castle (勝連城, Katsuren jō) is a Ryūkyūan gusuku in Uruma, Okinawa.
Gokoku-ji (護国寺, "Protection of the Nation Temple") is a Buddhist temple in Naha, Okinawa. Established in 1367, the temple served as a major national temple for the Okinawan kingdom of Chūzan and the unified Ryūkyū Kingdom which would follow. It is p…
Omoromachi Station (おもろまち駅, Omoromachi-eki) is a railway station on the Okinawa Monorail located in Naha, Okinawa Prefecture, Japan.
Okinawa Prefectural University of Arts (沖縄県立芸術大学, Okinawa kenritsu geijutsu daigaku) is a public university in Naha, Okinawa, Japan, founded in 1986.
Okinawa Actors School (沖縄アクターズスクール, Okinawa Akutāzu Sukūru) is a school in Ginowan, Okinawa which has another branch in Osaka.
USS Skylark (AM-63) was an Auk-class minesweeper built for the United States Navy during World War II. She earned three battle stars during World War II.
Tomari (泊) is a neighborhood in Naha, Okinawa Prefecture, Japan, where the Tomari Terminal of the port of Naha is located.
The Southeast Botanical Gardens (東南植物楽園, Tōnan Shokubutsu Rakuen) is a commercial botanical garden located in the city of Okinawa, Okinawa Prefecture, Japan.
Sonohyan-utaki (園比屋武御嶽, Okinawan: Sunuhyan-utaki) is a sacred grove of trees and plants (utaki) of the traditional indigenous Ryukyuan religion. It is located on the grounds of Shuri Castle in Naha, Okinawa, a few paces away from the Shureimon castl…
Shuri Station (首里駅) is a railway station on the Okinawa Monorail located in Naha, Okinawa Prefecture, Japan.
Okinawa University (沖縄大学, Okinawa daigaku) is a private university in Naha, Okinawa, Japan.
Hagushi bay is located in Yomitan, Okinawa. The bay is at the mouth of Hija River.
Sōgen-ji (崇元寺) was a Buddhist temple and royal mausoleum of the Ryūkyū Kingdom, located in Naha, Okinawa. It was erected during the reign of King Shō Shin (r.