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Parking for Kouri Ocean Tower is free, but the lots are small and scattered around the location. Entrance fee is 800¥ for adults. Once you pay the admission, you will ride a self-driven golf cart up the hill while a recording of Kouri is played....More
It was getting a bit late in the day and I had to return to Naha for the night to check in to my hotel, so decided against going up this tower. It was surprisingly busy though with the car park nearly full. The tower...More
I drove my family in about 1.5 hour from Cape Hedo to Kouri Ocean Tower (mapcode 485 693 485*14) via the famous Kouri Bridge and spent about 2 hours here in the late afternoon (about 4pm).
Kouri Ocean Tower was opened in November 2013, and...More
Tickets for the Kouri Ocean Tower includes the ride on the kart, shells museum and a visit to the tower so you could ring the bell as well as admire the view :-)
I am not a shell person , went there just to see...More
A japanese friend recommended this island. It is up north eastern part of okinawa. You need to drive there, passed a long bridge, fantastic view. From the tower you can to see the local houses. There is a tour heading here too.
We drove here...More
Automated private tram to reach observation ground floor located up slope is most comfortable.took lift up to the highest open area observation deck and took in amazing scenery and breeze from atop Kouri island. Huge bell to ring for good luck. A must go when...More
Almost didn't stop here (because had not researched it) but very Glad that we did. Although it's another attraction with driverless golf carts, this one is in extremely good condition (compared to Nago Pineapple Park). The hillside is covered in tropical palms and plants which...More
Located next to a beach and marina, suitable for swimming, this is a nice air-conditioned venue to visit after a morning of beach play. You have to ride up to the tower in an automated golf cart that narrates the history of the island--a very...More