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Shuri-Kinjo Stone Road in Naha Okinawa

Shuri-Kinjo Stone Road in Naha Okinawa

Kinjo-cho is a castle town in Okinawa Japan that was constructed in 1522 when Okinawa was known as the Ryukyu Kingdom. In World War II, during the Battle of Okinawa, all of the roads in Kinjo-cho except for this one 300-meter stretch of cobblestone were destroyed.

Shuri-Kinjo Stone Road

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(2007) Shurikinjocho, Naha, Okinawa Japan

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Kinjo-cho Stone Road in Okinawa Japan 2.20MB

(2007) Shurikinjocho, Naha, Okinawa Japan


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Former U.S. Marine and Art Director and contributing photographer to both Okinawa Living Magazine and Okinawa Outdoors Magazine as well as a contributor to Okinawa Guide and the Best of Okinawa Living book published by MCCS Okinawa. I lived 15-years in Okinawa Japan,  2-years in China and am currently a resident and photographer in Denver, Colorado.

John Russell Burgreen III

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