This paper examines the cultural identity of Okinawa by comparing and analyzing Oshiro Tatsuhiro's “Novel of the Ryukyu Disposal” and “Tempest” of Ikegami Eiichi. The two works show the difference in the time of publication of the work and the period of the activity of the artist. However, there are similarities such as the time setting before and after the disposal of Ryukyu, the characters coping with the disposal of Ryukyu, and the involvement of narrators related to Ryukyu culture. In consideration of these similarities and differences, it examines Okinawa's cultural identity revealed in both works. In Chapter 2, we discussed the characteristics of the description of the “Novel of the Ryukyu Disposal” and “Tempest” narrator 's explanation and terminology explanation. In Chapter 3, explores the meaning of 'historical fact' introduction and 'fiction' introduction of historical events. In Chapter 4, we have described the character of male character and female character. Based on this, I have identified how Okinawa's cultural identity has been sustained and transformed. “Novel of the Ryukyu Disposal” and “Tempest” reveal the identity of Okinawa culture, Okinawa identity, and Okinawa identity. First, the narrator of both works expresses that 'Okinawa culture' is a different culture from 'Japan'. Second, the time setting of the two works is one hour before and after the disposal of Ryukyu. Third, the characters of the two works are set as “Novel of the Ryukyu Disposal” for male and for “Tempest” for female. Therefore, both works can be regarded as a kind of painstakingly shaped Okinawa and Okinawa, which is different from Japan.