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Went to Nakagusuku Castle then headed back up the road 500m to see this attraction. We were not disappointed.
It's a lovely little house with outbuildings and a garden with a wide variety of plants and trees. Not a lot of displays but the house...More
A small traditional Japanese house, it would take you about 45 Mins to finish the tour there including reading the signs. It was not bad even tho it’s small. With the entrance ticket, u can get a cup of tea and a small plate of...More
The parking is a little bit of a hassle, but I parked just past the location to the left where there was a big open parking lot and walked up. You pay for entry at a little omiyage-type shop (huge pond with koi right outside,...More
If you want a glimpse of traditional Okinawa homes then this is a must see. Small place but if you take your time and see all the details you can make a trip out of it. At the end of see the house I went...More
Very small historical home and well worth visiting. Remember to remove your shoes once you enter the home. The signs requesting this are very small. The staff is great and we enjoyed the free tea and brown sugar candy after our walkthrough.
A 500 year old house in excellent shape that does a good job of showing how life was lived. Good English support with a very nice gift shop and friendly staff.
Fish pond for kids to feed the fish and turtle.
Quite expansive and everything...More
It's amazing that anything survived the bombing of Okinawa so this little gem is even more special for having stood for so long. It is set in a lovely garden, with trees around to help protect from typhoons, and various flowers. The insides have been...More
It is an amazing home. The natural surroundings assisted greatly in the preservation of this Okinawan gem. The perfect location to see first hand what early life on Okinawa was like. It is a perfect location for photos of the family and truly amazing cultural...More
The sturdy trees have protected this farmstead from the elements.
Walking distance to the Nakamura castle. The road has a side walk, art pieces, fire station and flowers along the way. I felt safe doing this walk with my three year old.
Very friendly and...More