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The Okinawan Sanshin, succeeded by the Japanese Shamisen is an instrument that can represent the heart and soul of the Okinawan culture.

Ryukyu glass, Okinawa, Japan. I have a few pieces and it's so nice to have quality handmade Japanese art you can use!

Ryukyu glass, Okinawa, Japan 琉球グラス most amazing glass ever! All hand blown and they use a lot of sea glass

Shisa statue on the rooftop in Okinawa, Japan - Shisa is a traditional Ryukyuan decoration, often in pairs, resembling a cross between a lion and a dog, from Okinawan mythology. People place pairs of shisa on their rooftops or flanking the gates to their houses. Shisa are wards, believed to protect from some evils.

Shisa statue on the rooftop in Okinawa, Japan - Shisa is a traditional Ryukyuan…

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A pair of shishi lion dogs traditionally stand guard outside the gates of Japanese Shinto shrines and Buddhist temples

Eisa (Okinawan folk dance that marks the end of the Bon festival)- Yoshihiro Ogawa

Eisa (Okinawan folk dance that marks the end of the Bon festival)- Yoshihiro Ogawa

A water buffalo pulls a cart of people as it crosses during low tide between Yubu Island and Iriomote Island in Okinawa, Japan

A water buffalo pulls a cart of people as it crosses during low tide between Yubu Island and Iriomote Island in Okinawa, Japan.

Okinawa, Japan ~ The island's population is known as the longest-lived people in the world; there are 34 centenarians per 100,000 people, which is more than three times the rate in the United States.

Okinawa, Japan ~ The island's population is known as the longest-lived people in the world; there are 34 centenarians per people, which is more than three times the rate in the United States.

The Okinawan Sanshin, succeeded by the Japanese Shamisen is an instrument that can represent the heart and soul of the Okinawan culture.

The Okinawan Sanshin, succeeded by the Japanese Shamisen is an instrument that can represent the heart and soul of the Okinawan culture.

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