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  1. Shuri Castle LEGO Bricks

    Shuri Castle LEGO Bricks

    Shuri Castle, a UNESCO World Heritage site in Okinawa, built out of 10,000 LEGO bricks, taking 23 straight days to complete (in combined man-hours) by one builder on display at PARCO CITY on its grand opening day, June 27, 2019.
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    2020 First Sunrise At Nakagusuku Castle Ruins

    So you've brought in the new year with some sort of celebration, whether it be at the Mabuni Fire and Bell Festival, at another event, or maybe just enjoying it the typical way that you do. However, after the celebrations, you can also bring in the new year with the first sunrise at Nakagusuku...
  3. Sefa Utaki — The Most Sacred Site Of The Ryukyu Kingdom

    Culture Sefa Utaki — The Most Sacred Site Of The Ryukyu Kingdom

    Most people will recognize Sefa Utaki solely by one picture alone. Yet, there's much more to the most sacred site of the Ryukyu Kingdom than merely that rock formation. In fact, there's a significant history behind the place; so much so, that it was registered as a UNESCO World Heritage...
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