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Japan's Okinawa Island region

Posted July 24, 2012
Japan's southern islands of Okinawa are well known for the battles during World War II. Other than the tunnels used by the Japanese navy, little evidence is left of the war. The main island of Okinawa and its many smaller islands is a paradise of good food, pristine beaches and clear waters, and an abundance of sea life only second to the Great Barrier Reef of Australia. My July 2012 trip covered the islands of Okinawa (main island), Aka, Agenashik, and Zamami Island.