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This huge limestone cave is often called the "largest in the East." There is said to be over one million stalactites, which still continue to grow. This work of natural art has been created over a period of about 300,000 years. Particularly interesting are "ao-no-izumi" (blue fountains) and the rows upon rows of stalactites.
1336 Maekawa, Tamagusu, Nanjo, Okinawa
- Adult 1,650 yen- Children 830 yen- Adult 1,240 yen- Children 620 yen- Adult 620 yen- Children 310 yen- Adult 620 yen- Children 310 yen
9:00-18:00 *Last entry is 17:00
Currently, the cave is part of Okinawa World's Okoku Bunka (Culture Kingdom) Gyokusendo facilities.
From Naha Bus Terminal, take the Maekawa Line (Bus 54) or Gyokusendo Line (Bus 83) and get off at Gyokusendo-mae (in front of Gyokusendo Cave).
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