July 14, 2011
Japan’s most southern state, Okinawa, is a chain of 169 islands that stretches more than a thousand kilometers.
At the very end of the Japanese archipelago lies Yonaguni, shrouded in mist and mystery
The adults sing of their island’s beauty while children learn of local lore — a story of a mysterious castle underneath the sea.
It’s an image that has a special place in Okinawan legend, as it does in world history . . .