Naha is the main and largest city of Japanese Okinawa Prefecture. It is located on the eponymous island, which is the largest on the Ryukyu archipelago. In the 15th-19th centuries, the Kingdom of Ryukyu existed here. In 1879 annexed by the Japanese. The former capital of the state, Shuri, is now the Naha district. During World War II, almost the entire city, including its historical part, was destroyed. Over time, Shuri Castle and other buildings were restored and registered as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. But during the fire in late October 2019, 7 buildings of the complex were completely destroyed. Tourists should see the castle gates built in the 16th century, the stone gates to the sacred grove of Sonohyan utaki, the mausoleum of members of the Tamaudun royal family.
Before the trip, you should calculate the approximate budget that you will require for the travel: