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One of the remains of the Ryukyu Kingdom, which flourished for 450 years between 1429 and 1879, this castle is considered a cultural symbol, full of the history of the kingdom. In 2000, it was registered as a World Heritage site known as ”Gusuku Sites and Related Properties of the Kingdom of Ryukyu.” Located on elevated ground overviewing the town of Naha, it was something of a holy place.
1-2 Shurikinjo-cho, Naha, Okinawa
Adults ¥ 820High school students ¥ 620Elementary and Junior high school students ¥ 310Under 6 years old is Free
Free admission areasApril - June / October - November 8:00 - 19:30July - September 8:00 - 20:30December - March 8:00 - 18:30Paid admission areasApril - June / October - November 8:00 - 19:30July - September 8:00 - 20:00December - March 8:00 - 18:00 *The sale of admission tickets ends 30 minutes before closing time.
The first Wednesday of July, and the next day.
Please be careful when choosing the date of your trip, as typhoons are common during the summer. Payments can be made in US dollars.
- Get on the Inner City Line (number 1, 14, or 17) or the Outer City Line (number 46), and get off at the "Shurijo Castle Park Entrance Bus Stop." You will arrive at the Shureimon Gate after a walk of about 5 minutes.- Get on the Shurijo Shitamachi line (number 7 or 8) or the Yui Yui, and get off at "Shurijo-mae." You will be just 1 minute away from the Shureimon Gate.
Get on the Yui Rail at Naha Airport Station, and get off at Shuri Station. You will arrive at the Shureimon Gate after a walk of about 15 minutes.
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