Tour Guide

Shuri Castle

Shuri Castle

The castle of the feudal lord of the Ryukyu kingdom from the 15th century until the establishment of prefectures, for about 500years ruled over the kingdom and served as the center of Okinawan politics, economics and culture.

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Kinjo Stone Road

Shuri Castle

Kinjo Stone Road was maintained as major road which reached from Shuri Castle to the southern part of Naha Port and Okinawa Island in the 16th century.
Why not experience the elegant scenery from the slopes! ?

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Shikina Garden

Shikina Garden

The largest villa of the royal Ryukyu family, used for the royalty's recreation and reception of messengers from the Chinese emperor known as Saposhi.
In palace of red cement tile roof, garden spreads out. Enjoy seasonal scenery while making an excursion around pond!

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Public Market

Public Market

Fresh meats, fish and vegetables can be purchased, having supported Okinawan families for years it is known as the kitchen of the common people.
Colorful fish and rare vegetables and fruit. While you enjoy seeing the groceries, please enjoy a meal in the 2nd floor eatery, where you can experience Okinawan food culture.

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Naminoue beach

Naminoue beach

A beach that spreads out from the west of Naha. While it can be said that it is Naha's only ocean swimmung area, it is a beach that is lively and loved by local citizens.
If you come to Okinawa no doubt you want to see the tourist spots and enjoy the ocean as well!
This beach is perfect for those of you who want to have various experiences in a short amount of time.

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Yachimun Street

Yachimun Street

Lined with Ryukyu limestone cobble stone road "The city of pottery" Yachimun street.
A bit removed the bustle of Naha, there are many pottery studios that line the street.
If you visit a studio you will be sure to find a piece of pottery that is perfect for you!

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Kokusai Street

Kokusai Street

International street is called "the miracle mile", because the battle of Okinawa utterly destroyed everything, but there was a slow, steady recovery along the shops that lined the 1.6km of what is now International street.
Now the street is a popular location for shopping and dining at the many souvenir shops and Okinawan food cafes that are along the way.
Once you enter the main International street, head into one of the boulevards and enjoy an entirely different atmosphere !

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