Urano Tombs, Yonaguni-cho

Urano Tombs is located in Yonaguni-cho. Our Yonaguni-cho trip planner makes visiting Urano Tombs and other Yonaguni-cho attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • Appears like a Keyhole-shaped Tomb from sonai village on the way to tosaki, suddenly comes out in Japan history textbooks. Where is Japan? Make believe. Kinda creepy, but not to be missed.
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  • Yonaguni Island crematorium. So now is the burial. As representing a person's womb cemetery have heard of living things. So far is a unique-shaped grave to bury means the uterus and the entrance is narrow? It means the birth canal is seems so the Sun out from the East, standing toward the West from the East also grave as the sun sets in the West. By the way is red Trullo "100 million yen tomb" and attractions? Is dasou. The feeling now is groomed from the entrance gate, is admirable, but not even. Grave of Orange only recently seems to be 20 million.
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  • I parked the car, passing en route to agari from sonai district is quite mind. It is quite rich graves of ordinary people. It seemed famous Tomb. It was a space is a quiet place to hear anything other than the sound of the waves and the sea breeze, the Arc de Triomphe and the pyramid-shaped building is surprising.
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Where to stay in Yonaguni-cho

Modern, western-style accommodations remain scarce in Yonaguni-cho, but you can find a number of traditional options for your stay on the island. Aside from a dorm-style budget hostel and a high-end resort, lodgings mostly consist of cozy "minshuku," or Japanese family-run bed and breakfasts. A couple of ryokans offering tatami floors with futons round out the selection.
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