Living in Okinawa
Okinawa is Japan's southernmost prefecture, covering two-thirds of the Ryukyu Islands. Almost all of Okinawa's population resides on one of the eight main islands, Okinawa Island being the largest. The capital, Naha, has a population of 321,467 and is the largest city by population in Okinawa. Okinawa is an extremely popular holiday destination for tourists, due to its tropical climate, exquisite beaches, and resorts to accommodate all budgets. Okinawan culture is unique and differs greatly from Japanese culture and has many Chinese influences. There is a strong US military presence in Okinawa, with bases encompassing nearly 20% of the land on Okinawa Island.
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