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An introduction to some of the spots around Naha, a city bustling with business and tourism alike, as well as access information.

Shurijo Castle Park

Shurijo Castle Park

Shurijo Castle Park

An urban park made up of surrounding cultural assets such as Shureimon and Sonohyan-Utaki Ishimon gates located in Shurikinjocho in Naha, Okinawa.
Shurijo Castle Park is registered as a World Heritage Site and is a tourist location where you can truly feel Okinawa’s history and culture.

Required time
Approx. 30 min by monorail

Kokusai Street

Kokusai Street

Kokusai Street

Kokusai Street is the main street of Naha, Okinawa.
The approx. 1.6 km road from the intersection in front of Palette Kumoji to Asato Sansaro has a collection of gift shops you’ll only find in Okinawa, making it the most bustling street in Okinawa and the largest shopping area in Naha.

Required time
About 12-minute walk(To the intersection in front of Palette Kumoji)

Shikinaen Garden

Shikinaen Garden

Shikinaen Garden

A stroll garden in Shikina, Naha that incorporates elements of Chinese, Japanese, and Ryukyu design.
You can enjoy the changing scenery as you walk around the pond in this revitalizing tourist spot that gives a sense of nature, culture, and history from the Ryukyu period.

Required time
[Car]About 15 minutes

T Galleria by DFS, Okinawa

T Galleria by DFS, Okinawa

T Galleria by DFS, Okinawa

One of the largest duty free shops in Japan, T Galleria Okinawa is popular with foreign and domestic tourists alike
Many famous foreign brands have shops here, and even Japanese can enjoy duty free shopping without leaving their own country.

Required time
Approx. 18 min by monorail

Naminoue Umisora Park (Naminoue Beach)

Naminoue Umisora Park (Naminoue Beach)

Naminoue Umisora Park (Naminoue Beach)

Within walking distance of popular tourist spot Kokusai Street, Naminoue Beach is the only sandy beach in Naha
A popular places for local families to relax and enjoy the sea, you can go there empty-handed and still have a BBQ. You’ll have such a luxurious time, it won’t even seem like you’re still in the city.

Required time
[Bus]About 24 minutes

Senaga Island Umikaji Terrace

Senaga Island Umikaji Terrace

Senaga Island Umikaji Terrace

A separate island connected to the Okinawan mainland by a bridge, Senaga Island is home to collection of shops known as Umikaji Terrace
Rows of shops carry the kinds of foods and traditional goods you’ll only find in Okinawa, so you can enjoy both eating and shopping.
Brimming with resort charm and overlooking the lovely East China Sea, this is a popular new spot for sightseeing and shopping in Okinawa.

Required time
[Car]About 16 minutes

*The required time is rough indications.

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