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  1. Shuri Castle

    Shuri Castle

    Shuri Castle (首里城, Shuri-jō, Sui Gushiku) was a Ryukyuan gusuku castle in Shuri, Okinawa. Between 1429 and 1879, it was the palace of the Ryukyu Kingdom.
  2. Shuri Castle

    Shuri Castle

    Shuri Castle (首里城, Shuri-jō, Sui Gushiku) was a Ryukyuan gusuku castle in Shuri, Okinawa. Between 1429 and 1879, it was the palace of the Ryukyu Kingdom.
  3. Shuri Castle

    Shuri Castle

    Shuri Castle (首里城, Shuri-jō, Sui Gushiku) was a Ryukyuan gusuku castle in Shuri, Okinawa. Between 1429 and 1879, it was the palace of the Ryukyu Kingdom.
  4. Shuri Castle

    Shuri Castle

    Shuri Castle (首里城, Shuri-jō, Sui Gushiku) was a Ryukyuan gusuku castle in Shuri, Okinawa. Between 1429 and 1879, it was the palace of the Ryukyu Kingdom.
  5. Shuri Castle

    Shuri Castle

    Shuri Castle (首里城, Shuri-jō, Sui Gushiku) was a Ryukyuan gusuku castle in Shuri, Okinawa. Between 1429 and 1879, it was the palace of the Ryukyu Kingdom.
  6. Shuri Castle

    Shuri Castle

    Shuri Castle (首里城, Shuri-jō, Sui Gushiku) was a Ryukyuan gusuku castle in Shuri, Okinawa. Between 1429 and 1879, it was the palace of the Ryukyu Kingdom.
  7. Shuri Castle

    Shuri Castle

    Shuri Castle (首里城, Shuri-jō, Sui Gushiku) was a Ryukyuan gusuku castle in Shuri, Okinawa. Between 1429 and 1879, it was the palace of the Ryukyu Kingdom.
  8. Shuri Castle

    Shuri Castle

    Shuri Castle (首里城, Shuri-jō, Sui Gushiku) was a Ryukyuan gusuku castle in Shuri, Okinawa. Between 1429 and 1879, it was the palace of the Ryukyu Kingdom.
  9. Shuri Castle

    Shuri Castle

    Shuri Castle (首里城, Shuri-jō, Sui Gushiku) was a Ryukyuan gusuku castle in Shuri, Okinawa. Between 1429 and 1879, it was the palace of the Ryukyu Kingdom.
  10. Shuri Castle

    Shuri Castle

    Shuri Castle (首里城, Shuri-jō, Sui Gushiku) was a Ryukyuan gusuku castle in Shuri, Okinawa. Between 1429 and 1879, it was the palace of the Ryukyu Kingdom.
  11. Shuri Castle

    Shuri Castle

    Shuri Castle (首里城, Shuri-jō, Sui Gushiku) was a Ryukyuan gusuku castle in Shuri, Okinawa. Between 1429 and 1879, it was the palace of the Ryukyu Kingdom.
  12. Shuri Castle

    Shuri Castle

    Shuri Castle (首里城, Shuri-jō, Sui Gushiku) was a Ryukyuan gusuku castle in Shuri, Okinawa. Between 1429 and 1879, it was the palace of the Ryukyu Kingdom.
  13. Katsuren Castle

    Katsuren Castle

    Katsuren Castle (勝連城) is a Ryukyuan gusuku in Uruma. In 2000, it was designated as a World Heritage Site. It saw its "golden age" in the mid-15th century, under the powerful Aji of Katsuren, Amawari (阿麻和利). Katsuren Castle was destroyed in 1458 by the Ryukyuan army.
  14. Katsuren Castle

    Katsuren Castle

    Katsuren Castle (勝連城) is a Ryukyuan gusuku in Uruma. In 2000, it was designated as a World Heritage Site. It saw its "golden age" in the mid-15th century, under the powerful Aji of Katsuren, Amawari (阿麻和利). Katsuren Castle was destroyed in 1458 by the Ryukyuan army.
  15. Katsuren Castle

    Katsuren Castle

    Katsuren Castle (勝連城) is a Ryukyuan gusuku in Uruma. In 2000, it was designated as a World Heritage Site. It saw its "golden age" in the mid-15th century, under the powerful Aji of Katsuren, Amawari (阿麻和利). Katsuren Castle was destroyed in 1458 by the Ryukyuan army.
  16. Katsuren Castle

    Katsuren Castle

    Katsuren Castle (勝連城) is a Ryukyuan gusuku in Uruma. In 2000, it was designated as a World Heritage Site. It saw its "golden age" in the mid-15th century, under the powerful Aji of Katsuren, Amawari (阿麻和利). Katsuren Castle was destroyed in 1458 by the Ryukyuan army.
  17. Katsuren Castle

    Katsuren Castle

    Katsuren Castle (勝連城) is a Ryukyuan gusuku in Uruma. In 2000, it was designated as a World Heritage Site. It saw its "golden age" in the mid-15th century, under the powerful Aji of Katsuren, Amawari (阿麻和利). Katsuren Castle was destroyed in 1458 by the Ryukyuan army.
  18. Taketomi

    Taketomi

    Taketomi Island, Okinawa.
  19. Taketomi

    Taketomi

    Taketomi Island, Okinawa.
  20. Iriomote

    Iriomote

    Ox carts commuting between Iriomote and Yubu Island
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