Yachimun, or pottery, is one of Okinawa’s most celebrated arts and crafts with many historical and modern styles to be found in Naha’s Tsuboya district ©️OCVB
Yachimun, or pottery, is one of Okinawa’s most celebrated arts and crafts with many historical and modern styles to be found in Naha’s Tsuboya district ©️OCVB

Okinawa: where arts, culture and tradition come alive

  • The Japanese island group is home to a number of unique arts and crafts, including Tsuboya-yaki pottery and textiles made from banana fibres
  • Okinawa is also the birthplace of karate, soon to make its Olympic debut

Yachimun, or pottery, is one of Okinawa’s most celebrated arts and crafts with many historical and modern styles to be found in Naha’s Tsuboya district ©️OCVB
Yachimun, or pottery, is one of Okinawa’s most celebrated arts and crafts with many historical and modern styles to be found in Naha’s Tsuboya district ©️OCVB
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