Work From Japan (WFJ): Best Experiences for Digital Nomads

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Pictured: The Halekulani Cliff Villa


Japan will begin issuing six-month visas for digital nomads at the end of March and the U.S., Australia and Singapore are among 49 eligible countries and territories. Under this program, remote-worker visa holders will not be considered residents of Japan, which means they’ll have to opt for short-term housing such as hotels as opposed to houses or apartments.

Work From Japan (WFJ): Best Experiences for Digital Nomads

Halekulani Okinawa

For travelers wanting to take advantage of Japan’s visa for digital nomads, why not consider a true wellness escape to Okinawa, one of the world’s Blue Zones? Nestled in the island’s village of Onna, Halekulani Okinawa is a double Five-Star beach resort with accommodations sure to meet every worker’s need:

Private Villas with Jaw-Dropping Views: Halekulani Okinawa offers five villas, each designed as a sanctuary to provide guests with the ultimate relaxation and privacy. Villas feature private heated pools and natural hot spring baths, dotted along the clifftop close to the stunning blue ocean. Here, guests will enjoy the tranquility of their new ‘second home.’
Blue Zone Programming:The Halekulani Okinawa Escapes Programs encourage guests to immerse themselves in the island’s culture by participating in unique experiences. Created under the direction of Dr. Masashi Arakawa of Ryukyu University, a leading expert in wellness tourism research in Okinawa, the program includes five experiences, each providing varying insights on Okinawa’s wisdom of longevity such as a spiritual guided tour through the historic Nanjo region and a meditative forest bathing experience in Yanbaru National Park.
Longevity Boosting Cuisine: For travelers looking to reap the health benefits of the staple foods in the Okinawan diet, Halekulani Okinawa offers a variety of nourishing meals at its restaurants including House Without A Key, AOMI and KINGDOM. Here, guests can taste beni imo, the coveted Okinawan purple sweet potato; goya, a bitter melon superfood; and Okinawan tofu, all incorporated into plant-based dishes consumed regularly by locals.




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