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Welcome to Okinawa, Welcome to OKINAWA 39ers!!

First, a little bit about Okinawa.

Okinawa is located in the southwest of Japan and is a chain of 140 islands. The climate is very nice and warm to hot most of the year, and little chilly during the winter time.

And diving is absolutely amazing here. Same as temple and castle visit in Kyoto, shopping and night out in Tokyo, skiing and snowboarding in Hokkaido, Mt.Fuji, hot springs, sushi and yummy foods, diving in Okinawa is one of the must things to do in Japan. You will encounter with turtles, sharks, nudie branch, beautiful coral reefs, stunning land formations, etc... All in a world-class transparent water. Yes, sea-life is just so diverse here.

And a little bit about us.

We are located in Chatan, the centre of Okinawa mainland, which is about 45mins drive to the north from the airport, and we dive pretty much entire Okinawa mainland and remote islands nearby on a daily basis.

We started our business in July 2014 and have been having amazing times with gorgeous, cool, and lovely guests from all over the world. Fun never stops.

Also, we try our best to make your stay here memorable so please ask our staff for not only diving but also yummy local foods, secret eateries, nice cafes, must place to visit for sightseeing, after diving.


We look forward to seeing you here very soon.

Team OKINAWA 39ers


1, Small groups

We would like to know our guests well so our "divers - instructor ratio" is max 4 divers per instructor.

2, Separate groups based on experience

We try not to mix different levels of divers so make a group based on diver's experienced level. Also we will inform our guests the details of the dives on the day as much as possible to avoid misunderstandings.

3, Feel a freedom

Diving is supposed to be relaxing and exciting, and we stay in the open air surrounded with the blue water away from the town, so we would like our guests to loosen up and​ feel a freedom.


"Contact" below or call us on

Inside Japan


Overseas (Also WhatsApp here)


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