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A living treasure for the country, Taketomi Island is listed in the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The island preserves the relaxed life that the Japanese people used to have in the ancient times. In the village, tourists can see bungalow houses built with stone walls that remain covered with tiled roofs and remain guarded with the icons resembling lions. At the beaches of Taketomi Island, One can enjoy nature's beauty and serenity along with enjoying the local food.
Having most of its area designated as protected national park, Iriomote Island is a beautiful place covered with mangrove woods. Visitors can enjoy kayaking through the interiors, cruising in the river, sailing, fishing, and even diving. A plethora of manta rays and other beautiful sea creatures swim here in the waters of Iriomote Island during the season of summer and spring in Japan.
Also named as Castles of Ryukyu Kingdom, Shuri Castle is listed in UNESCO World Heritage Sites. It is perched on a hill and is pierced by a number of large gates and features beautifully decorated buildings that are mostly vermillion in color. Until 1979, Shuri Castle was the official residence of the Ryuku monarchs.
Built on a grand scale, Tamaudun Mausoleum is a traditional Okinawan mausoleum built listed in the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. This Mausoleum was constructed in the 16th century and today, three chambers can be explored by the visitors- one for kings and queens, one for prince and princess, while the another one for housing bodies.