In Okinawa, sacred sites can be found on many of its 160 islands. Each remote island likely has its own set of legends and mythology attached, while further stretching the concept of “Islands of Gods.”
Johnson Town in Iruma City is an impressive district where 130 picture-perfect 1950's-style wooden American military housing units have been renovated within the 25,000 square-meter area and a few have been converted into shops or restaurants. From Yokota Air Base, the area is only a short 40-minute drive from Yokota Air Base.
There are countless vending machines throughout Japan. Items available range from canned coffee, hamburger, yakisoba and rice bowl (served hot!), beer and sake (served freezing cold), to cigarettes, tissue, underwear and condoms.
White Beach Naval Facility is not just for ships making port calls to replenish their food supply and load up troops. The U.S. base is also a great place for servicemembers and families to enjoy some recreation and rejuvenation on Okinawa.