Okinawa World Bunka Okoku Gyokusendo, Nanjo
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Okinawa Prefecture's distinctive culture comes alive at Okinawa World Bunka Okoku Gyokusendo, a theme park that also contains a lengthy underground gave. Start by exploring the replica village, set up in the style of a traditional town in the historic Kingdom of Ryukyu, which once ruled the islands. You can then stop by the Habu Park to learn more about local wildlife, including the eponymous (and poisonous) Habu snake. Afterwards, make your way to the 5 km (3.1 mi) long Gyokusendo Cave, where you can have a look at a huge array of stalactites and stalagmites as you wander the subterranean walking paths. To visit Okinawa World Bunka Okoku Gyokusendo and get the most from your holiday in Nanjo, create itinerary details personal to you using our Nanjo holiday planner.
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  • Near asahibashi kamiizumi bus station by bus in about an hour has arrived. Travelers fits 580 Yen one way, so even the time and save money. Tickets are free passes at 1,650 yen. Sitting room / TV show hub, Okcheon-Dong, village and Okinawa. Naha, so cheap and good experience! I think families are good.
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  • Okcheon-Dong into a mysterious spectacle continues endlessly. River flows through the walking for a while, because you are interested in the river I-go look. There are fish! I could see. Lucky are those who see...
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  • The main attraction is the Gyokusendo cave, very extensive and impressive. The show of snakes (Habu) is also unusual. In the workshops of craft it is possible to see the local culture in addition to the shows of dancing and drums. We stayed for 4 hours but I recommend allow more time for this site. Although we were in a group, use the bus line no. 54, very practical and cheap.
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