Take Hiji Otaki, or Hiji Waterfall in English, inside of the Yambaru National Park, for instance. This 84-foot-high waterfall in Kunigami Village is the largest waterfall on Okinawa’s main island.
One of Okinawa’s distinct features that sets it apart from mainland Japan is its lack of a railway system, not counting the tourist-centric monorail between the airport and Kokusai-dori. But that wasn’t always the case.
Ever since I started working from home, instant noodles have become my go-to for a quick bite.