A brief glimpse into the past

【2/15(土) vs 琉球ゴールデンキングス@秋田県立体育館】 試合終了 秋田 AKITA 76 - 80 琉球 RYUKYU ボックススコア➡️ #In10sityforAkita #akitanh #Bリーグ

【2/15(土) vs 琉球ゴールデンキングス@秋田県立体育館】 3Q終了 秋田 AKITA 58 - 64 琉球 RYUKYU ボックススコア➡️ #In10sityforAkita #akitanh #Bリーグ

【2/15(土) vs 琉球ゴールデンキングス@秋田県立体育館】 2Q終了 秋田 AKITA 42 - 40 琉球 RYUKYU ボックススコア➡️ #In10sityforAkita #akitanh #Bリーグ

【2/15(土) vs 琉球ゴールデンキングス@秋田県立体育館】 1Q終了 秋田 AKITA 19 - 20 琉球 RYUKYU ボックススコア➡️ #In10sityforAkita #akitanh #Bリーグ

DAY2🏀 Ryukyu Golden Kings 琉球ゴールデンキングス vs Toyama Grouses 富山グラウジーズ #琉球ゴールデンキングス #RYUKYUGOLDENKINGS #Bリーグ

南部開催🏀 開場しました🏃‍♂️💨 Ryukyu Golden Kings 琉球ゴールデンキングス vs Toyama Grouses 富山グラウジーズ #琉球ゴールデンキングス #RYUKYUGOLDENKINGS #Bリーグ

この後 14時よりRBCで中継🏀 Ryukyu Golden Kings 琉球ゴールデンキングス vs YOKOHAMA B-CORSAIRS 横浜ビーコルセアーズ #琉球ゴールデンキングス #RYUKYUGOLDENKINGS #Bリーグ

GAMEDAY🏀 Ryukyu Golden Kings 琉球ゴールデンキングス vs YOKOHAMA B-CORSAIRS 横浜ビーコルセアーズ #琉球ゴールデンキングス #RYUKYUGOLDENKINGS #Bリーグ

平日開幕🏀 Ryukyu Golden Kings 琉球ゴールデンキングス vs Shiga Lakestars 滋賀レイクスターズ #琉球ゴールデンキングス #RYUKYUGOLDENKINGS #Bリーグ

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Ryukyu Islands
Ryukyu Islands

The Ryukyu Islands , also known as the Nansei Islands (南西諸島, Nansei-shotō, lit. "Southwest Islands") or the Ryukyu Arc (琉球弧, Ryūkyū-ko), are a chain of Japanese islands that stretch southwest from Kyushu to Taiwan: the Ōsumi, Tokara, Amami, Okinawa, and Sakishima Islands (further divided into the Miyako and Yaeyama Islands), with Yonaguni the westernmost.

Ryukyu Kingdom
Ryukyu Kingdom

The Ryukyu Kingdom was a kingdom in the Ryukyu Islands from 1429 to 1879. The Ryukyu Kingdom was ruled as a tributary state of China by the Ryukyuan monarchy, who unified Okinawa Island to end the Sanzan period, and extended the kingdom to the Amami Islands and Sakishima Islands.

Ryukyuan people
Ryukyuan people

The Ryukyuan people , also Lewchewan, are an East Asian ethnic group native to the Ryukyu Islands between the islands of Kyushu and Taiwan. Politically, they live in either Okinawa Prefecture or Kagoshima Prefecture.

Ryukyuan languages
Ryukyuan languages

The Ryukyuan languages are the indigenous languages of the Ryukyu Islands, the southernmost part of the Japanese archipelago.

Ryukyuan religion
Ryukyuan religion

The Ryukyuan religion , Ryukyu Shintō (琉球神道), Nirai Kanai Shinkō (ニライカナイ信仰), or Utaki Shinkō (御嶽信仰) is the indigenous belief system of the Ryukyu Islands. While specific legends and traditions may vary slightly from place to place and island to island, the Ryukyuan religion is generally characterized by ancestor worship (more accurately termed "ancestor respect") and the respecting of relationships between the living, the dead, and the gods and spirits of the natural world.

Ryukyu independence movement
Ryukyu independence movement

The Ryukyu independence movement or Republic of the Ryukyus (Japanese: 琉球共和国, Kyūjitai: 琉球共和國, Hepburn: Ryūkyū Kyōwakoku) is a political movement for the independence of Ryukyu Islands (commonly referred to as Okinawa after the largest island ) from Japan. The current political manifestation of the movement emerged in 1945, after the end of the Pacific War.

Ryukyu flying fox
Ryukyu flying fox

The Ryukyu flying fox or Ryukyu fruit bat is a species of megabat in the family Pteropodidae. It is found in Japan, Taiwan, and the Batanes and Babuyan Islands of the Philippines.

Ryukyuan missions to Edo
Ryukyuan missions to Edo

Over the course of Japan's Edo period, the Ryūkyū Kingdom sent eighteen missions to Edo , the capital of Tokugawa Japan.

Ryukyu Inu
Ryukyu Inu

The Ryukyu Inu is a medium-sized breed of dog that originates from Okinawa, Japan.

Ryukyuan mon
Ryukyuan mon

The Ryukyuan mon was the currency of the Ryukyu Kingdom from 1454 to 1879, when the kingdom was annexed by the Empire of Japan and the currency was replaced by the Japanese yen. The Chinese character for mon is 文, which was widely used in the Chinese-character cultural sphere, e.g.