Katsuren Uruma City Okinawa Art Print on Premium Matte Paper
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Katsuren does not get a lot of spotlights in modern days Okinawa, where the fame and glory of an area is the reflection of the number of five-star resorts and super malls in town. Dating back to per-Ryukyu era, the rise of Katsuren and its owner Amawari was driving history forward. If it wasn’t for the fear of Amawari, the Sho family in Naha wouldn’t have been motivated to march northward and eventually unify Okinawa, soon after defeating Amawari at Katsuren Castle.
Kaichu Doro, the longest crossroad in Asia, forever changed the dynamics of the Katsuren peninsula. It is hard to imagine that up until the 1970s, before the construction of Kaichu Doro, residences who live on remote islands will walk across the seabed during low tide to come to Okinawa main island.
Today, Katsuren castle ruin is the most popular spot to watch the sunrise on new years day in Okinawa. It is no coincidence that Amawari thinks he is the chosen one. When the sun rises from the horizon, it brings so much hope and energy to Katsuren. Go! Find this view in Katsuren castle, watch the sun rises there, feel its warmth and brilliance. You will like the king of the world too.
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About The Print
Museum-quality posters made on thick and durable matte paper. Add a wonderful accent to your room and office with these posters that are sure to brighten any environment.