Okinawa is a group of islands in subtropical zone of the southwestern Japan. Surrounded by the crystal blue waters and the corral reefs, Okinawa is the favored destination resort of Japan for diving and swimming.
Until 19th century, Okinawa was an independent kingdom, the Kingdom of the Ryukyus. As a tributary of China, Okinawa thrived with prosperous trade covering an extensive area of Korea, Japan and Southeast Asia. The mixed cultural influences from that era give Okinawa unique heritage of traditional performing arts, ceramics and crafts.
Naha Airport (OKA) is the main airport for Okinawa. There are regular domestic connections from Haneda (HND Tokyo) and Fukuoka (FUK) as well as a limited number of flights from Narita International Airport (NRT) and Kansai (KIX Osaka International). For international travelers, there are daily flights from Taipei, Seoul, Hong Kong and Shanghai. (As of March 2013.)
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The Okinawa Convention Center welcomes our guests who have come from all over the world to meet in Okinawa.
Exhibition Hall, Conference Hall, Theater.
The large-scale facility compounding 3 functions can handle all sorts of conventions.
The convention area is complete with facilities for fully enjoying a convention resort such as a resort beach, marina, glass bottomed boat, seaside park and outdoor theater. This location has a vast array of backup functions to make convention events successful.
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