If you want to see the true beauty of Okinawa, you must go head north. Nago is the gateway to northern Okinawa. As you pass the most northern exit of Okinawa Express Way, you will be welcomed by the beautiful Nago bay. For many of us who take the Express Way, Nago bay is the gateway to Okinawa’s northern wilderness. The ocean’s indescribable colors create a massive contrast to the miles-long boring tar road with trees all trimmed to the same height.
Before the completion of Okinawa Express Way, the gateway to northern Okinawa is Busena. At Busena, coastal roads start to incline into the mountains, the claim Okinawa coastline begins to rumble, turning giant rocks into rubbles.
Ryukyu is a small island without natural resources. Still, it was one of the wealthiest nations in the pacific because it was an important port that makes maritime trade possible between countries around the South China Sea. At Busena, Bankoku Shinryo Kan (万国津梁館) stands. Bankoku Shinryo means The Bridge to Ten Thousand Nations. In 2000, the G8 summit was held here in Busena – once again bringing the world together.
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