1. Monorail At Oroku Station

    Monorail At Oroku Station

    The monorail headed southbound from Oroku Station for Akamine Station (the farthest south/west 'train' station in all Japan) in front of AEON Oroku Naha to its final destination at Naha Airport before eventually making the trip north again.
  2. 49th Naha Tug-of-War Festival

    Fun 49th Naha Tug-of-War Festival

    The 49th Naha Tug-of-War Festival will be held on October 12 through October 14, 2019. This festival is broken into three parts with all three days having games, food vendors, and a firework displays at Oonoyama Sports Park. On Saturday, October 12, there will be a parade on Kokusai Street...
  3. Concrete And Steel

    Concrete And Steel

    Concrete And Steel is a piece of public art behind Okinawa Prefectural Museum & Art Museum in Naha.
  4. Route 58 Through Downtown Naha

    Route 58 Through Downtown Naha

    Route 58 through central Naha can have some of the worst traffic ever. Today, I imagined that there wasn't a car insight, and I could get home in about 5 minutes as opposed to the usual 30. That, however, was just a dream. The reality is, traffic on Okinawa isn't the greatest, but this route is...
  5. Okinawa

    INFO Art Exhibition At Ryubo in Naha

    For the past 35 years, self-taught Okinawan painter Hirokazu Akamine has been collecting local and international awards for his paintings. And for 15 years, Akamine-sensei has been endeavoring to pass his knowledge to artists on Okinawa. Over these years, more than 80 students have learned a...
  6. Crane Jungle

    Naha Crane Jungle

    Crane Jungle, located down Heiwa-dori, a mere 2-minute walk off Kokusai Street, brings back the nostalgic feelings of being in the 1990s with claw games, known better locally as UFO catchers. Open from 10:00 to 22:00, Crane Jungle allows a quick escape to not only entertain children (and adults...
  7. Steak House Day's

    Naha Steak House Day's

    Steak House Day's is a steakhouse in the Taberu area of Naha City. It has an American style from the outward appearance, as well as offering the same type of quality with a slight twist: A stylish atmosphere with somewhat private booths at various heights and barriers between other parties to...
  8. Street Kart Okinawa

    Naha Street Kart Okinawa

    Street Kart Okinawa provides residents of Okinawa as well as tourists an experience of a lifetime with a tour of Okinawa in a go-kart. There are two courses that you can choose. The short course leaves the main shop to Kokusai Street and finishes off at Naha Airport and their long course adds a...
  9. Water Salon — Naha City's Water and Sewer Department Museum

    History Water Salon — Naha City's Water and Sewer Department Museum

    After exploring Sugar Loaf Hill and getting a better peek of the RYU:X towers in Naha, the two tallest condominiums standing in at 30 stories and 99 meters tall each, I took a stroll around the area to see more. I usually stick to the hustle and bustle side of where Main Place and the shopping...
  10. David

    Historical Landmark Sugar Loaf Hill

    While there are many battle sites around Okinawa, one seems to be the most forgotten, or unmentioned. That may be because people are too comfortable driving around it in the concrete jungle of Naha, or, have not learned this part of Okinawa's history yet. The Battle of Sugar Loaf Hill (locally...
  11. San-A Naha Main Place

    Naha San-A Naha Main Place

    San-A Naha Main Place is a shopping mall, centrally located in the city of Naha and near the Omoromachi monorail station, boasting a rich choice of options for your all of shopping needs with over 60 shops to browse through, to include a supermarket for fresh foods. There are also several...
  12. Okinawa Regional Customs

    Okinawa Regional Customs

    Japanese Custom's Okinawa Regional Customs division.
  13. Information Table

    Information Table

    A table providing more information on Japanese customs, Okinawa Regional Custom's role, and the Washington Agreement.
  14. Shipment Bust

    Shipment Bust

    A bust of a shipment container containing counterfeit merchandise.
  15. Fake Bags Sign

    Fake Bags Sign

    A sign showing fake designer bags.
  16. Fake LV Handbags

    Fake LV Handbags

    Fake Louis-Vuitton handbags.
  17. Fake Designer Handbags

    Fake Designer Handbags

    More faked designer handbags.
  18. Fake LV & Real LV

    Fake LV & Real LV

    A fake Louis-Vuitton next to a real one. Can you spot the difference?
  19. Alligator Skins

    Alligator Skins

    Products made of alligator skins.
  20. Fake Rolex

    Fake Rolex

    A fake Rolex.