Visit http://StrayCompass.com for more travel adventure videos. Shuri Castle - or Shuri-jo - is the largest castle in Okinawa and has been reconstructed to it's original grandeur. Catch a glimpse inside the castle walls and learn about the history of this great monument.
Visit http://StrayCompass.com for more videos about Okinawa and beyond. Tsuboya Pottery District is the home of Okinawa's pottery makers. Learn about the history of this district and the significance of it's most popular item - the Shisa Dog.
Visit http://StrayCompass.com for more great travel adventures. Shopping on Heiwa-Dori is a great way to take in Okinawan life. The tastes of the people is revealed with what is on sale in this maze of small shops. Get lost in the culture and pick up a few authentic souveniors with James Knott as he wanders through this asian shopping mecca.
Visit http://StrayCompass.com for more videos and articles about Okinawa and beyond. The Naha Tsunahiki is the world's largest annual Tug-Of-War. Every October, the residents of Naha pit the eastern half of the city versus the western half. It is quite a spectacle.
Visit http://StrayCompass.com - for more videos about Okinawa and beyond!! From Eisa drumming to the Sanshin there are many musical traditions unique to Okinawa. Let your ears go on a musical adventure with James Knott as he explores the history and sounds of the island.
Visit http://StrayCompass.com for more videos about Okinawa and beyond. Take a walk with James Knott down the most famous street in Southern Japan - Kokusai-Dori.
Visit http://StrayCompass.com for more great travel adventures about Okinawa and beyond. Okinawa's capitol city of Naha is southern Japan's cultural center. Venture through the streets of Naha with James Knott and learn about some cool places to visit.
James Knott heads to Katsuren-Jo, one of nine World Heritage Sites on the island of Okinawa. Visit StrayCompass.com - A travel adventure site!
James Knott visits the central part of Okinawa's main island. This area has the highest concentration of U.S. Military bases in Japan and is a great place to see the influence of American culture on Japanese Society. There are also some great resorts and some deliciously cheap sushi to enjoy. Visit my website StrayCompass.com for more great travel adventures!
In Okinawa, there is bullfighting, but there is no Matador. It involves two bulls battling head-to-head in a contest of strength. Visit my travel video web site - StrayCompass.com and my own personal web site AgileH.com for more great videos.