Murasaki Mura Ryukyu Kingdom Theme Park
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Murasaki Mura is perfect for people who want to "experience" the Okinawan culture! They have many activities for people visiting Okinawa so that they can make the most out of their stay in Okinawa! The beach nearby is very nice.
You can see Okinawan culture which is different from Tokyo's one. It would be more fun if you know the history of Okinawa.
If you like experiencing new things, here is all about making such as cooking, making Okinawa Ryukyu Glass, painting etc. fun to go for families.
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“ZAKIMI CASTLE RUINS It was built between 1416 and 1422 by the renowned Ryukyuan general Gosamaru, a project which involved workers from as far away as the Amami Islands, and was partly constructed with materials taken from nearby Yamada Castle. Zakimi Castle oversaw the northern portion of central Okinawa Island. The fortress has two inner courts, each with an arched gate. This is Okinawa's first stone arch gate featuring the unique keystone masonry of the Ryukyus. Before and during World War II, the castle was used as a gun emplacement by the Japanese. After the war it was used as a radar station by the US forces. Some of the walls were destroyed to install the radar equipment, but they have been restored. Zakimi Castle and Okinawa's other castles were named World Heritage Sites by UNESCO in November 2000.”
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Point of Interest
“The best sunset spot. On the top of a cliff stands a 30 meter tall lighthouse offering a great opportunity to capture a view of a lifetime. There is also a small fun petting zoo and the largest Shi-shi dog in Okinawa right by the large parking lot. Explore the trails behind the lighthouse as well for some outstanding picturesque views.”
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“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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