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Murasakimura, Yomitan-son
(2.6/5 based on 160+ 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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  • The init entry isn't bad, but at every turn there is something to do that costs more money. The Yomitan Nature School in the back was our highlight. 7 kids ages 10 and under loved the tree houses, swi...  more »
  • It was a theme park re-creation of the Ryukyu Kingdom. Now that many experience (painting stucco citrus, lots of sataandagi, Ryukyu costume experience), and becoming a retreat.
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