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This is a relatively well preserved castle site in a beautiful area. Although the castle buildings are gone a number of features and walls are still in place and there is good multilingual signage.
It took us about an hour to get up and down,...More
Before this trip, I was expecting something grand and big. But, it was quite of the opposite. Despite that, this castle ruins still offers a strong sense of historical feel and a stunning view when going to the top. I was also lucky to have...More
We had little ones in a stroller which made it a little difficult to get to the very top, you do have to take stairs and some are the ruins stairs that can be a little scary going down. So make sure to take your...More
A good half hour diversion on route to something else but probably not a destination in itself.
There is a little visitor centre with parking at the foot of the hill, inside is some information, artifacts and a model of what the castle used to...More
We spent a Saturday afternoon walking the ruins and learning about local history. It is important to our family to get as much out of our experience here in Okinawa. This ruin has a detailed map by the gift shop of what the castle looked...More
I didn't expect much, since it has the word "ruins." However, I am so glad I went. I read it is still being excavated and was just discovered this century when they went to start a housing development there. Turns out it is the oldest...More
This gusk （castle） trace is one of the world heritage site but you can enter without any charge. Because most of gusks are located on the hills, scenery is nice. But I think this place has most beautiful scenery of all. 30 minutes is enough...More