Weddings in Okinawa are as beautiful as they can get. A beach wedding, enclosed within the soothing sounds of beautiful marine environs and pristine nature, awaits you at Okinawa. Apart from the calming aquatic environment, vibrant pink cherry blossoms lend a beautiful backdrop to the destination. This combined with the green mountains and blue skies in Okinawa is scenery made of dreams.
Apart from the beautiful coastlines and magnificent beaches, the island offers you a variety of leisure activities including whale watching, dragon boat racing, exploring rare flora and fauna, and getting acquainted with the traditional Ryukyu culture. Also savour the delectable local cuisines in the form of Awamori, Soki Soba, and Goya Chanpuru among others that make the Okinawa all the more desirable.
With direct flights from Indian cities of Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru and Chennai to Narita Airport near Tokyo, the eased accessibility and reduced travel time make Okinawa all the more desirable for scenic destination weddings.
ANA InterContinental Manza Beach Resort
Okinawa’s premier destination resort, ANA InterContinental Manza Beach Resort, is located at the exotic Manza Beach of Okinawa. The unique offerings of the resort include impressive views of Cape Manza, private access to the most picturesque sandy beach and clear blue ocean that surrounds it.
Honoured as Japan’s Leading Resort at the prestigious World Travel Awards, the beach resort is replete with world-class facilities and classic Japanese elegance that make it an ideal location for a destination wedding.
However, the resort is most suitable for your dream wedding in Okinawa as it also boasts of two dedicated chapels for elegant weddings with exquisite backgrounds. It also offers professional and premium service from dedicated wedding planners along with various special offers along with dining and entertainment services for a seamless experience.
Take a look at the spaces and rooms offered by ANA InterContinental Manza Beach Resort that make it ideal for your hosting needs.