Naminoue-gu [OKINAWA / JAPAN]
A shrine that sits atop a high bluff, overlooking the Okinawan ocean. On top of a cliff by the ocean in Naha, Okinawa Prefecture sits Naminoue-gu. Naminoue-gu, which has a red facade, brings together the faiths that Okinawa residents have long believed in. Pass through Torii and head uphill to find Shisas lined on both sides of the trail. Be greeted by yet another Torii when you reach the top. The crimson shrine pavilion sits among shady green trees, creating an impressive beautiful photo spot that boasts vivid colors.
Bright in colors -- Green trees make for a nice contrast with the crimson shrine pavilion
Naminoue-gu, the cliff-top shrine overlooking Naha Port, is an important religious center for the residents of Okinawa. The annual influx of residents seeking to worship on New Year's day clearly shows how important Naminoue-gu is for Okinawans. Take a stroll around the historic shrine and admire the beautiful shrine pavilion, allowing it to ease your mind.
Unforgettable crimson -- Steeped in history
Shrines have been the most sacred places since ancient times. Naminoue-gu has also accompanied Okinawa through its ups and downs. The red shrine pavilion appears even more dazzling under the blazing southern sun. Paired with blue sky and green trees, the views are expansive and spectacular. A wedding photography shot with a pious sentiment in a sacred location, enjoying the blessings of heaven and earth.