Japan’s Tropical South

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DISCOVER: Japan’s Tropical South

400 miles south of mainland Japan, anchored in the warm waters of the East China Sea, Okinawa is a bona fide island paradise. One of Japan’s best kept secrets, three island chains stretching south-west of Okinawa Main Island are home to pristine beaches, subtropical rain forests, an abundance of fresh food and the ancient Ryukyu culture.

In November last year, ANA took a trip to explore one of Japan’s most remote corners – read on for a photographic portrait of Japan’s southernmost prefecture.

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