Okinawa Hotels in Ryukyu Islands Southern Japan
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Miyako Hotel - Naha City Okinawa
Each of the 318 rooms at this 4-star hotel have all the comforts and conveniences of home. Included in all rooms are hair dryer, clock radio, air conditioning, television, and minibar. This Okinawa hotel also has morning call, dry cleaning and laundry, 24-hour room service, and restaurants.
Okinawa - wikitravel
Okinawa is one of the 47 prefectures of Japan. The name Okinawa means "rope in the open sea", a fairly apt description of this long stretch of islands between mainland Japan and Taiwan. Consisting of 41 inhabited islands and 16 uninhabited islands, Okinawa has the only sub-tropical climate in Japan and as such is a major tourist destination for the Japanese, but not many foreign visitors make it to these shores.
The Battle of Okinawa - wikipedia
The Battle of Okinawa, fought on the Japanese island of Okinawa, was the largest amphibious assault during the Pacific campaigns of World War II. It lasted from late March through June 1945.
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Okinawa - wikipedia
Okinawa Prefecture is Japan's southernmost prefecture, and consists of hundreds of the Ryukyu Islands in a chain over 1,000 km long, which extends southwest from Kyûshû (the southwesternmost of Japan's main four islands) to Taiwan. Okinawa's capital, Naha, is located in the southern part of the largest and most populous island, Okinawa Island, which is approximately half-way between Kyûshû and Taiwan.
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