Tour The Stunning Okinawa Prefecture With Kim Dao

Okinawa (Japanese: 沖縄) is a relatively small Japanese prefecture between Japan and Taiwan. Beach lovers from around the world visit Okinawa to enjoy the island’s pristine beaches and great snorkeling spots.

 

Anyone interested in seeing all Okinawa has to offer tourists should really check out Kim Dao’s YouTube video “Summer in JAPAN | BEST Beach in JAPAN | OKINAWA.” This entire video is a montage of different fun experiences Kim Dao and her friends had on their trip around some of Okinawa’s hottest tourist draws. A few of the other YouTubers that are featured in this video include Christ Okano, Millie, Rachel & Jun, and Uwaga Pies.

 

Kim Dao makes it clear in this video that her entire trip to Okinawa was paid for by Odigo Travel. She suggests anyone interested in visiting Okinawa should check out https://www.odigo.jp/ for more information.

 

First off, Kim Dao shows her viewers the beautifully clear waters by Manza Beach. All of the girls put on plenty of sunscreen to avoid getting sunburnt by the powerful sun.

 

Kim and a few friends then eat a delicious lunch at the Salvatore Cuomo & Bar on Manza Beach. All of the beverages are in refreshing chilled glasses, and Kim’s main pasta dish looks super succulent.

 

Next, Kim Dao and friends take a ferry ride over to Kerama Islands. When Kim arrives in Kerama Islands, she gets a soba dish in the Okinawa style. She then snorkels around Kerama Islands and shows us a few of the maritime critters she was fortunate enough to see.

 

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  1. Okinawa is a relatively small Japanese prefecture between Japan and Taiwan. Kim Dao makes it clear in this video that her entire trip to Okinawa was paid for by Odigo Travel and suggest that any one can visit. Thereafter Kim and friends rode as if it is a Russhessay over to Kerama Islands and ate some soba dish in the Okinawa style. She then snorkels around Kerama Islands and shows us a few of the maritime critters she was fortunate enough to see.

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