Nakijin Castle Remains
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Nakijin castle ruins are the historical remnats of Okinawan fortress and designated as a world heritage site.
石垣が描く曲線の美しさ！沖縄の歴史と自然が一度に楽しめる名所です。猫も住み着いていますよ！ Beautiful curved stone walls! Enjoy Okinawa's history and nature all in one at this famous spot. Friendly and cute cats also live in this area as well!
桜の季節はすばらしい景色です。 Nakijin Castle Remains (UNESCO site) Beautiful during the cherry blossom season.
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“A great scenic drive. The bridge is long and with a parking in the middle where you can stop, take some nice photos of the islands and have a relaxing walk around. Great start for a trip to Yagaji island and further island hopping.”
- Door 15 locals aangeraden
“Sonohyan-utaki Stone Gates is sacred place to which the king of the Ryukyu Kingdom would come to worship. The stone karahafu gates are a particular feature of the site. Before leaving on travels, the king would visit the Sonohyan-utaki to pray for safety on his journey. It was registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 200 ”
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“The aquarium is a fantastic place for anyone! You can get cheaper tickets if you visit after 4pm. The aquarium is located in expo park which has free admission and there are many free things to see like the dolphin shows, sea turtle area, manatee pool and a few fish tanks. There is an interesting big room at the end of the aquarium to spend time in which is also free admission. The Expo Park is big and has 2 lovely parks for children to play at. The netted park is particularly fun but be warned that it is closed on rainy days. The other park on the South side takes longer to walk to but is situated next to a little beach which you can’t swim at but can dip your feet into water, look for shells and see a beautiful view of The aqua blue ocean and Ie Island. ”
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“The ruins of Katsuren Castle are Okinawa’s oldest ruins and are registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is said that the castle was originally constructed in the 12th century. If you climb the small hill on which the castle ruins stand, you can enjoy a breathtaking view of the sea. It is one of Okinawa’s most famous tourist spots. ”
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