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We’re excited to present to you our special island issue! If you’ve always wanted to explore some of Okinawa’s outlying islands, but didn’t know where to start, you’ll want to check out our guide, with translations in Japanese and Chinese. We start with an overview of our top 5 islands to visit, then review each island in-depth with highlights, tips, and recommendations. We’ve also got a review of biker shop Al’s Place, plus our latest Weird & Wonderful news.
We’re excited to present to you our redesign of Total Okinawa magazine We hope you enjoy the modern revamping. Plus, we’ve gone trilingual, adding Japanese and Chinese translations of our quality content. With all the prep for this added content, we’ll now be offering Total Okinawa quarterly.
In this issue, check out not one but two reviews of restaurants in Rycom Mall’s Gourmet World: Camp Express and Dessert King. For your wanderlust, we’ve also included articles on Moon Beach, Murasaki Mura, and our feature, Walk the Gusuku Route. We’ve also got our latest Weird & Wonderful news and Dive Report.
What a year 2016 was! After the holiday festivities and ringing in the New Year, it’s time to relax and enjoy a different type of festivity on Okinawa: hanami, or welcoming the spring, most notably through cherry blossom festivals. Okinawa’s climate makes it the first prefecture to welcome in these flowers. Check out our feature on places you can enjoy cherry blossom festivals on Oki!
We’ve also reviewed one of the more popular viewing sites, Nakijin Castle, plus some sakura, or cherry blossom-themed snacks in stores. Don’t miss reviews of restaurants Bali Noon Bali Moon, Arin Krin Garlic House, and Goen Yakiniku, plus our latest Weird & Wonderful news.