Hyakuna Beach [OKINAWA / JAPAN]
Hyakuna Beach -- The Holy Land of Okinawans Located in southern Okinawa, Hyakuna Beach is a much cherished natural beach that is considered sacred by local residents in Okinawa. An entire row of Belle de Jour beside the beach that look similar to morning glory yet bloom only at dusk bloom. Walk around the rustic natural beach.hand in hand. Moreover, the huge coast, including the nearby Mibaru Beach, has a total length of two kilometers. It is a popular beach that allows people to appreciate the various appearances of the sea.
A charming waterfront with
changing shades of blue and green
According to legend, Hyakuna Beach is where the God that established Ryukyu, Okinawa landed originally. Therefore, the sea area is considered sacred by Okinawans and is preserved and cherished with religious reverence. With the original natural view retained, the coast is paired with the pure clear sea with various shades, which gives it a mystic ambiance.
A coast surrounded by flowers and plants
Various [lants including Belle de Jour flourish around Hyakuna Beach, which is a beautiful beach so lush and green. In addition, these views of plants are not artificial, but are the preserved original looks of nature. Such perfect verdancy simply makes the place more charming.