Sudrabfox Notes


The mainland Japanese language didn’t influence the name of this site. It comes from two ancient local terms, “Sefa,” meaning “highest point.” And “Utaki,” which denoted a sacred site in the Ryūkyū Islands faith. So the name of this place can be translated as “highest shrine.” Sefa-Utaki is also called “Kimi-ga-take” and “Omo-ga-take no Ibi.” It’s located in the southern part of Okinawa, about an hour from Naha, in the town of… Read More

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