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terça-feira, 23 de junho de 2015

Nago Museum, Nago City Okinawa, Japan

The Nago Museum is built on the remains of an old town hall that dates back to the era of the Ryukyu Kingdom(1429-1879). The museum features stuffed livestock including horses and pigs as well as articles used in everyday life from years gone by. Nago Museum has an exhibition about fishing and hunting on the second floor. Okinawa whaling techniques and equipment, used in catching smaller size whales, and performed until the 1970s, can also be seen.

nago museum history of the nago okinawa area
The displays in Nago Museum of rice planting, farming and whale hunting are
aimed primarily at showing local youth a disappearing way of life in Okinawa.

At our main mission is to help connect Okinawa Japan to the rest of the world. 

If the world knows more about Okinawa’s beauty, rich cultural heritage, and friendly people the Ryukyu Islands can gain greater success as a must see travel destination in Asia.

Our goal of bolstering Okinawa’s profile as an international travel, resort, and convention destination can easily be achieve through multilingual information reaching the world through the internet and other forms of media.

In this day and age information is power and the power of web media grows day by day. By aiming to correct Okinawa’s current lack of information we feel we can achieve our main mission and connect Okinawa to the world.

fonte: @edisonmariotti #edisonbmariotti

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