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A walk through a traditional Ryukyu Village, Okinawa, Japan

Ryukyu Kingdom – Wikipedia says it existed between the 15th & 19th century.

A walk through a village in Okinawa that has been reconstructed by transporting century old houses from various parts of Ryukyu.

 

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Blushing after I complimented her beauty! Such sweet Asian ‘adaa’ (grace?)

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Today all that is left are a few broken remnants and memories of its beautiful culture.

jm

August 2013

3 comments on “A walk through a traditional Ryukyu Village, Okinawa, Japan

  1. Pingback: Okinawa Ryukyu Diaries | Wovensouls Journal

  2. great trip 🙂 superb. Thanks. Like very much your website. Greetings of Burgundy France.

  3. wovensouls
    March 25, 2014

    Thank you Michel!

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