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Tamaudoun Site, Naha
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Observe Tamaudoun Site, a 16th-century mausoleum for the royal family of the Ryukyu Kingdom. The mausoleum features three different crypts for kings, queens, princes, princesses, and the recently deceased prior to undergoing Okinawan burial traditions. Constructed of natural rocks, it features intricate symbols of the royal family. In front of the entrance sit two Shisha statues acting as the tomb guards. Unfortunately, the crypts are not open to the public, and information is not available in English. Using our world travel planner, Naha attractions like Tamaudoun Site can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • Setelah berkunjung ke Shuri Castle makan giliran berikut adalah world Heritage yang lokasi tidak jauh dari Shuri castle. Tiket masuk 300 Yen dan karena punya tiket 48 hrs Yui rail kami dapat diskon 20...  more »
  • Guide to Okinawa to see care and go. You will get a short walk from the Castle. Paid admission and into the mausoleum. And is located near the sea was lay the gravel, so at first I thought no way in residential area located quietly. Under the Museum, tells us this mausoleum and the Okinawan burial methods.
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  • Mausoleum and wrote "Tama-udun I" and is pronounced. Large mausoleum grave of Okinawa has shaped like a House, but he is buried tomb of the Kings, the former King. Has become a part of world heritage, so we visited.
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