If I ever go to Okinawa, I'm staying here!

Good morning everyone,

It wasn't all that warm yesterday, but it's supposed to be warmer today and then continue to be warm throughout the week-although overnight lows today and tomorrow will be a bit cool. All week will see highs between 18C and 20C and overnight lows above 10C (except today and tomorrow, where it'll drop down to around 5C). It looks like it may rain on Friday, but other than that, it'll be a nice week.

Have you ever been to Okinawa? I haven't. I'd like to go someday, and if I ever do I'd love to stay at this place.

Take in the beach, sea, and sky for the perfect vacation. 

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Okinawa is often described as the “Hawaii of Japan”, and it definitely stands on its own as a popular vacation destination for people all around the world. There are numerous hotels and resorts where you can kick up your feet and enjoy a relaxing vacation, but Chillma, which opened in 2012, has to be one of the best I've seen yet.

Located on top of a grassy knoll in the northeastern part of the main island of Okinawa, you will instantly recognize one of the draws to the three villas: privacy. Chillma is part of a small village that sits away from the hustle and bustle of any large cities or towns, making it an ideal place for a romantic getaway or even just a spot for the family to relax. The exteriors of the villas are designed with Southern European architecture in mind, while the interiors are spacious, modern, and comfortable. There are plenty of amenities, so as long as you bring groceries, you never have to leave.

Peeking out any of the ocean-side windows reveals a view of the gorgeous infinity pool that connects perfectly with the horizon of the sea. Relax on a pool chair right outside your villa or take a walk down the path to a private, white sand beach.


On the beach, you can enjoy snorkeling with the numerous colorful fish during the day and gazing at the expansive starry sky at night.

Chillma has been featured in magazines and TV shows in Japan, so booking one of their villas can be difficult. However, the easiest way to make a reservation is to contact the owners directly, which you can do in either English or Japanese. The prices range from Y28,000 to Y48,000 a night depending on your plan.

Villa Information
Okinawa-ken, Kumigani-gun, Nakijin-mura, Aza, Unten 506-1
Tel: 0980-56-5661
Email: info@chillma.jp

And if you don't mind an English teacher tagging along, feel free to invite me! I promise that I'll cook and clean for you!

Have a great day!

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