Students enjoying the beach on a sunny day in Chatan, Okinawa, Japan

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Sightseeing & Cultural Events

Discover Okinawa!

Where is Okinawa, Japan?

Learn more about Okinawa

Resources about Okinawa

Check out these informational resources:

1. Okinawa Info from the Okinawa Convention & Visitors Bureau

2. Discover Okinawa Brochure

3. Okinawa Guide

Why Choose Okinawa?

Study & Intern

There are many reasons to choose Okinawa, Japan to study Japanese and Intern. A few of them are listed below. 

Oknawa's Churaumi Aquarium

Life in Okinawa

Sightseeing an cultural immersion are core facets of our program. Participants are able to experience the breathtaking views, history, and essence of Okinawa. We have three types of sightseeing tours - Southern, Central, and Northern Okinawa. Please take a look at some of the places you can visit below. Cultural activities may include: a beach BBQ, calligraphy class, cultural exchanges with Okinawans, festivals, flower arrangement class, golf, karaoke, karate class, kimono class, Okinawa Dance/Dialect/Music class, playing sports/water sports, private parties, professional sporting events, tea ceremony class, etc.

Cape Kyan, Okinawa

Northern Tour

Pristine rainforests, and jungles make up the majority of the Northern portion of the island. Visitors can also enjoy the beauty of the Okinawan ocean, Chura Umi, which means "beautiful ocean", in the local dialect.  Chura Umi is is also the name of the Aquarium just outside of Nago. You can also enjoy Pineapple and coffee farms, in addition to castles and historic theme parks.

Steps to Shuri Castle - Naha, Okinawa, Japan

Central Tour

The central region of the main Okinawa island will welcome you to a multicultural "champuru" environment. Here the diversity of Okinawa shines, with the traditional Okinawan culture intersecting with Chinese, Taiwanese and American cultures. 

Paragliding over the Pacific Ocean, Okinawa, Japan

Southern Tour

As a part of your study & internship program, you have the option to tour the southern areas of the main island of Okinawa. In the Southern area of the main island of Okianwa, you will find the capital Naha. Many visitors enjoy the historic sites that commemorate the battle of Okinawa, in addition to the many turquoise beaches that dot the south east side of the island.

Students in front of a traditional Okinawan building

Okinawa Student & Intern Life Blog

Our blog highlights details of our Japanese language and internship program as well as articles about Okinawa and living in Japan.

Are you ready to begin your adventure studying Japanese and interning in beautiful Okinawa, Japan?

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Uema #301 2-20-3 Chatan Chatan-cho, Okinawa Japan 904-0116