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The history of Okinawa has been strongly affected by overseas influences unlike anywhere else in Japan. Through prehistoric times and Ryukyu Kingdon Era. During these time periods evolved traditions from generation to generation. In finding something so uniquely special. Bring it to you.
Okinawa’s unique culture was formed by the superior mix of characteristics from various countries through trade with China, Japan, Korea, and other Southeast Asian countries in the Ryukyu era.
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Dialects and Customs
The dialect of Okinawa is believed to have split from primitive Japanese and over the years evolved. In fact, the vestiges of languages used in Japan from around the 7th to 8th century can be found in the Okinawa dialect. Different areas in the countries create its own slang or terms of usage to identify countrymen. It is also said that you may have difficulty understanding people from other islands if you live on a different island and that local dialects differ by region. Well-known Okinawan words are “Mensore = Welcome”, “Haisai = Hello” and so on.
Customs formed by the mild climate and traditions prior to the Ryukyu Kingdom is truly diverse. For example, there are many festivals with various purposes from ancestor worship to praying for good harvests and bountiful catches. The custom of respecting one’s ancestors and caring for your ancestors and family is more rooted in Okinawa than elsewhere in Japan. Okinawa is also known for the extreme longevity of its citizens which they say results from Okinawa’s food culture and the influence of “Yuimaru” (meaning to help each other) spirit.
If you ever wondered or have witnessed its history. Urasoe, the royal capital of the early Ryukyu Kingdom, can be said to have laid the foundation for the Ryukyu Kingdom, which prospered as a transit trading base in Southeast Asia after entering the Great Age of Trade. There are still many historical sites remaining in Urasoe City, such as “Urasoe Gusuku,” which was the royal castle of Chuzan, “Urasoe Yodore” the royal mausoleum of Chuzan in the early Ryukyu nation, and the old cobblestone road that connects Shurijo Castle and Urasoe Gusuku.
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