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Nestled in the crystal clear waters of the Pacific, Okinawa is the home to a rich, historical and
diverse culture.

It is a place of luscious tropical forests and pristine beaches, but Okinawa’s natural wonders are just the beginning. With one of the world’s longest life expectancies, the islands’ inhabitants have unlocked the secret to longevity - and they call it Nuchigusui.

Nuchigusui is life medicine - a wisdom, a philosophy, and a way of life in Okinawa, centered around mindfulness, spiritual fulfillment, and physical wellbeing. 

Experience Okinawa and live Nuchigusui.

Nuchigusui Walk with Grandbassadors

A virtual walk through the islands of Okinawa with a 360-degree panoramic view. You’ll find pure relaxation on Kume island, adventures in the wilderness of Yambaru, and a taste of culture and cuisine in Shuri. Pick a spot that seems interesting and start to wander.
You might even run into a few of the charming local Grandbassadors in your travels.

Take a walk

Nuchigusui things to do in Okinawa

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Take a look at Time Out Tokyo’s list of 26 kinds of Nuchigusui you can experience first-hand in Okinawa. What you see here is just a sliver of the Nuchigusui possibilities you can find for yourself on the islands.

Live Nuchigusui.

About Okinawa

Okinawa is Japan’s southernmost prefecture. It is comprised of hundreds of islands and its people are renowned for their longevity, which is often attributed to their healthy diet, constant activity, and positive outlook on life. With its subtropical climate, Okinawa is home to all manner of vegetation, countless species of animals, white sand beaches, crystal clear water and dense jungles. The best way to get there is a quick 3-hour flight from Tokyo.

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