For those who are into culture, history, religious study or, even architecture, this site combines them all. I have visited here several times throughout the past year. Daytime, nighttime, sunshine or, rain, it is a fascinating photographic subject. The more you learn about it, the more interesting it becomes. Just outside a UNESCO World Heritage Site, no traveler should pass up the chance to see this gem while visiting Okinawa.
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