©EDSA | Four Seasons Okinawa | Beautiful exterior view of the property


©EDSA | Four Seasons Okinawa | Aerial view of the entire development


Part of a $400 million development, the resort and residences destination celebrates the island’s rich cultural heritage along with featuring and preserving its natural landscape and resources. A contemporary interpretation of the vernacular architecture, the vision, planning and design is that of simple elegance – utilizing stone walls, waterfalls, terraced gardens and local materials in pure form. Focused on immersivity, guests can explore the grounds on designated foot, bicycle or golf cart paths with vehicular traffic aligned along the peripheral. 

©EDSA | Four Seasons Okinawa | Exterior view of a residence

A sequence of welcoming pedestrian spaces evokes transparency, openness and customized experiences that accentuate the private luxury. In addition to the 120-room hotel, 120 residences and 28 villas, amenities include four exclusive pools, a beach club, sunset bar, multiple dining outlets, event lawn, ballroom and meeting space along with a signature spa, wedding chapel and kids club. 

Building upon the brand experience, EDSA’s master plan, visioning and proposed land uses resulted in a unique destination enclave that fits within the site topography, respects the essence of the Japanese culture and supports environmentally-sensitive development.

  • ©EDSA | Four Seasons Okinawa | Aerial view of the entire development
  • ©EDSA | Four Seasons Okinawa | Exterior view of the serene development
  • ©EDSA | Four Seasons Okinawa | Aerial view of the communal pool area
  • ©EDSA | Four Seasons Okinawa | Aerial view of multi-layered pools
  • ©EDSA | Four Seasons Okinawa | Beautiful pathways leading to villas
  • ©EDSA | Four Seasons Okinawa | Beautiful Japanese courtyard
  • ©EDSA | Four Seasons Okinawa | Unparalleled ocean views at sunset

Project Details

    • Location Okinawa, Japan
    • Client Berjaya Okinawa Development Co. Ltd
    • Scope Master Planning
      Schematic Design
      Design Development
    • Scale 13.5 Hectares