1. David

    Historical Landmark Child Treasure Rock on Senaga Island in Tomigusuku

    Expecting a baby, or hoping to, soon? And hopeful for that precious baby boy or baby girl? Try out Child Treasure Rock to see if your dream becomes a reality. Child Treasure Rock is located just off the shoreline on the far side of Senaga Island, an island connected by a bridge, in Tomigusuku...
  2. David

    Sightseeing Naha Giant Tug-Of-War Display

    While the Naha Tug of War and its accompanying festivals aren't held until October of every year, you can still get up close and see the massive center section of the largest rope in the world certified by the Guinness World Records on Kokusai Street at any time.
  3. David

    Adventure Sunsets of Okinawa

    I don't consider myself a professional photographer—not even by a long shot. I'm still learning the tricks and trade of photography and working with I got to get my preferred style down. There are some interesting shots that I like to chase, one of which being an adventurous hunt of sunsets on...
  4. Questions

    Answered Does the aquarium take yen or card?

    Does Okinawa Churaumi Aquarium only accept yen for admission or do they take card as well?
  5. Beach-Bum

    Fun Manhole Covers: A Fun Scavenger Hunt

    Manhole covers- The name alone makes you think of storm drains or worse yet, the underground highway of toilet waste blech, but certainly not something that would grab your interest. In the US, they're pretty basic designs. In Japan, most of the designs reflect the prefecture, icons of a city...
  6. David

    Sightseeing Twenty Minutes to Kill in Tomigusuku

    I had just about 20 minutes to kill before having to make an errand today. I decided to open up the map and zoom in to the area where I was located on the map. Lo and behold, there were three historical sites in a row that could be hit fairly easy, one of which I ran out of time to get to but...
  7. David

    Sightseeing What did you do today?

    What did you do today or what are your plans for the night? I got to enjoy the day with my wife and dog, @Marron, and explored more of southern Okinawa; Itoman, to be exact. We ended up going up and down roadways, not following any sort of plan or GPS, and just getting lost sometimes. It ended...