Whether your interest is in history, culture, nature, peace studies, or industry, Okinawa offers a variety of potential subjects optimal for educational travel. Here, you can put together travel plans that incorporate experiences impossible to have anywhere else around Japan.
Okinawa has an abundance of attractions, allowing for a variety of plans. Pick your destinations based on how long your trip will be.
We recommend limiting the trip to the main island. Private residences that take in lodgers on educational travel for homestays are available throughout the prefecture, allowing one to choose based on proximity to the places you want to visit.
This program focuses on getting to know what makes Okinawa special firsthand, including a nature experience at the Keramashoto National Park and a homestay at a village where traditional culture remains vibrant. The plan offers abundant other opportunities for learning, including a peace studies program, a field trip to Churaumi Aquarium, and an enjoyable stroll around the city.
A program focused on testimonies from locals to convey the tragedy of the Battle of Okinawa and the pricelessness of peace
Getting to know other kids the same age from other countries who were raised in different backgrounds can be exciting!
Tokashiki Village Chamber of Commerce and Industry
*Lodging facilities also available on Tokashiki Island
Enjoy marine sports to your heart’s content in one of the world’s most beautiful seas (Activity also available at Tokashiki Island)
Learn firsthand about a wide variety of folk arts, and even take in a training hall for Okinawa-style karate
Encounter the soul of the culture and people of Okinawa through a homestay program focused on experiencing daily life
An educational facility engaged in teaching and research on world-class science and technology. Visitors can view cutting-edge technologies
Go on a field trip here to take in the sight of enormous whale sharks and the diverse marine life of Okinawan waters
Have fun learning about the deep seas and coral reefs through videos and experiments
Added to the UNESCO World Heritage list in 2000 for the outstanding value of its unique architectural styles and rock arrangement techniques
Okinawa’s busiest shopping district is packed with shops selling local products, eating and drinking establishments, and other businesses along a 1.6-kilometer stretch