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Sightseeing

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When touring around Naga city the first thing you need to do is gather information! Here are 12 popular spots of Naha city that we have carefully selected for you. Enjoy this trip across the abundant history and culture of Naha.

Shuri Castle

Shuri CastleCastle

Shuri Castle, the go-to tourism spot experience the royalty of Naga city. Shuri Castle was the royal palace where the king resided during the Ryukyu Kingdom era. However, it was destroyed by fire during the Battle of Okinawa in 1945. Afterwards, it was used as the campus of the University of the Ryukyus. Then in the 80s, upon the moving of the university, the Shuri Castle restoration project began. In 2000, the Shuri Castle Ruins were designated as a World Heritage, and nowadays continues to be crowded with visitors.
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Shuri Kinjo stone-paved road

Shuri Kinjo stone-paved roadRoad

A stone-paved road which is said to have been built in 1522, during the times of King Sho Shin. It seems to have been constructed as part of a very important path that lead out to the south of Shuri Castle. Nowadays, only 300 meters of it remains, however, the road made with Ryukyu limestone help give a very traditional Okinawa feel to the scenery. Along the path there are old house-like resting spots as well as public toilets. It is also possible to walk here from Shuri Castle, making it an excellent tourism course!
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Kokusai Dori

Kokusai DoriStreet

Merely a 2-minute walk from our hotel! It might be no exaggeration to say there isn’t anyone who doesn’t know about Kokusai Dori, Naha city’s main street. After the fire during the Battle of Okinawa, it went through a miraculous restoration, earning it the nickname of “The Miracle Mile”. With a total length of 1.6 km, the street is filled with many souvenir shops and restaurants that attract many tourists. Every Sunday, in accordance with the prefectural office, approximately 1.3 km of this area become a car-free pedestrian mall.
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Fukushuen

FukushuenPark

This place was built to commemorate the 10th anniversary since the union of Naha and its sister city Fuzhou, Fujian in China, as well as to celebrate 70 years since the creation of the Naha municipality. It might not appear very Okinawa-like, but it does speak levels of Okinawan history. Many foreign tourists visit Fukushuen, and it has a very exotic air to it. The gorgeous garden is impressive to see, making it the perfect spot for taking pictures.
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Ichiba Hondori

Ichiba HondoriStreet

A 160 meters long shopping district connected to Kokusai Dori. In addition to tourist attractions, local articles and rare ingredients are also sold here. It has a peculiar atmosphere to it that differs from that of Kokusai Dori. Going back and forward through its many small alleys may yield new and fun discoveries. It is also a shopping arcade, so there is no need to worry about the weather in rainy days when you shop here.
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Naminoue Beach

Naminoue BeachBeach

A unique beach located in Naha city. It is merely a 15-minute walk away from Kokusai Dori. It is considered an artificial beach, and it might not be as gorgeous as the northern parts or the isolated islands, but it is an excellent option for those who wish to go to the beach but don’t have too much time to spare. Naminoue Shrine can be seen from the beach. It is a small beach, but it is a fun spot where even children can play safely.
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Heiwadori

HeiwadoriStreet

This is yet another shopping district where you can take a dip into Okinawa’s food culture. As you advance through the shopping arcade you will find more and more traditional stores. Okinawa’s materials of course include clothing goods and miscellaneous articles, many of which are meant for use of the locals. The ladies making friendly chat at the store fronts truly give an Okinawa-like feel to it. The alleys branch along the way and it might be a bit easy to get lost, but it is perfect for those seeking to find some good bargains.
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Shureimon

ShureimonGate

This is the very same Shureimon that is well-known for being pictured in the 2,000 yen bills. It is often grouped with Japan’s Three Most Disappointing Sightseeing Spots, such as Sapporo’s Clock Tower and Kochi’s Harimaya Bridge, however, this was built during the era of King Sho Sei (1527-1555), and “Shurei no kuni” is framed on the gate. It means that “Ryukyu is a country where the rituals are respected”. In 1972, it was designed as a valuable cultural asset. At night it gets lighted up, giving it a fantasy-like atmosphere that contrasts with the one seen during daytime.
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Naminoue Shrine

Naminoue ShrineShrine

Naminoue Shrine is a Shinto shrine located right next to the ocean, and it is also a very popular spot within the Okinawa Prefecture for visiting on the first day of the year. Naminoue Shrine shows a very picturesque and Okinawa-like appearance as it sits on top of the cliff. It is said to bestow many blessings, such as safety on the sea, safeguard of the ships, abundance in their fishing, protection of one’s family, and union of marriage. It is right next to Naminoue Beach, making it an excellent opportunity to visit both at once.
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T Galleria By DFS, Okinawa

T Galleria By DFS, OkinawaShopping Mall

The first duty-free shop of Japan can be found in Okinawa! Not only it can be reached after walking for 1 minute from the Omoromachi monorail station, it is also located 20 minutes away from the Naha Airport via monorail. Experience the tropical feel of Okinawa and enjoy travelling as you purchase your favorite brands in this duty-free store. There are also museums and art galleries in the vicinity, so it is an excellent place to spend some hours before your flight is ready.
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