Road trip through Okinawa? Absolutely! Long a vacation hotspot for Japanese travelers looking for a little sand and surf, subtropical Okinawa is finally getting its turn in the spotlight, thanks to more and more flights from the mainland. It feels distinctly different than the urban vibes of Tokyo, Kyoto, and Osaka: In large part, this is because Okinawa existed for centuries as part of its own kingdom, giving the island its own distinct culture, dialect, and cuisine. (It didn’t become part of Japan until 1879.)
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Military Installations – Okinawa