Sakura Matsuri (a bright pink sakura), Japan’s earliest Cherry Blossom Festival, is celebrated all over Okinawa Prefecture especially in the northern part of the island from the middle of January to early February.
In fact, one of the tourist spots which celebrate it every year is the Nakijin Gusuku Ruins. This has been inscribed as part of the World Heritage by UNESCO. In addition, before the unification of the Ryukyu Kingdom, the castle is the old headquarters of king Hokuzan who governed the northern part of Okinawa in the 14th century.
With the blue sky up above, a very special momentum is experienced upon entering the place especially the tunnel entrance. Moreover, at night, it offers a very romantic feeling with an illumination all over the place.
So, come and experience all of them yourself!
It is still your option to go there by car but if you need personal assistance, the following links below are very much ready to serve you.