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Chinen Castle Ruins
Chinen Castle was built at the end of the 13th century in Chinen, Nanjo City, Okinawa Prefecture. It is a nationally designated historic site with a magnificent arch gate that is made up of two walls called Migusuku (new castle) and Kugusuku (old castle). Migusuku is piled with cut stones, and Kugusuku is piled with natural stone.
901-1501 Nanjo City, Okinawa Prefecture Chinen Chinen Uedahara
60 minutes by car from Naha Airport (Naha Airport Expressway Haebaru Kita IC, take National Routes 329 and 331 toward Chinen)
Take a monorail from Naha Airport (15 min), get off at Asahibashi Station, go to Naha Bus Terminal (5 minutes on foot). 60 minutes by bus from Naha Bus Terminal (get off at Toyo Bus No. 38 Shikiya Line, Kumiyama Bus Stop), 20 minutes on foot from Bus Stop
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