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Murasakimura, Yomitan-son

(2.7/5 based on 170 reviews on the web)
Transport yourself to another era at Murasakimura. Originally built for a TV drama series, the reproduction of a village in the erstwhile Ryukyu kingdom was left standing, converted into a historical theme park. Try your hand at 65 traditional crafts, including weaving, wind chime making, candle art, and pottery. Expect to pay for the workshops separately, with each lasting between a half hour and an hour. Otherwise, you can simply wander around the site, taking in the historical sights, or stop for a bite to eat at the buffet. Before you head to Yomitan-son, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Yomitan-son itinerary maker, to make sure you see all that Yomitan-son has to offer, including Murasakimura.
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  • Nice place to walk around and see a village. They offer different craft making classes at additional fees. Has a small butterfly garden, stable, dojo and, you can easily spend an hour walking around. ...  more »
  • 101 was written this experience you can also did not seem like a village makes very Okinawa is clean. I made the cups. Married 18 years, but with my husband for the first time made. Send cups made to go the next day. Very nice memories.
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  • Visited this place on one afternoon in March with the family. After paying for the entrance fee and upon entering the compound, the entire place was deserted with no clear signs and directions. We har...  more »