Shuri Castle, the former Ryukyu Dynasty
Shuri Castle is a typical Ryukyu castle, but in fact it is completely Chinese-like style. It is said that the entire Shuri Temple was originally built by China, and the layout is in accordance with the Tang Dynasty. The style building is based on a blueprint and combines the architectural features of China, Japan, and Okinawa.
In order to make the history and culture look less boring, the scenic spot also came up with the idea of knocking on the medals for gifts. When you enter the park, the stamped map at the reception desk, before each building with historical meaning, there is a Knock the chapter and keep it as a memorial. Students who have a chapter interest, remember to bring a book to knock.
Stepping into the gate of the city, it is the atrium of the palace. The people scattered around me can't help but think of the scene of the officials entering the dynasty and the ceremony. Additional tickets are required to enter the main hall, 800 cigarettes for adults, 300 cigarettes for children,
and no photos can be taken inside.
Arrival: Take Yui-Rail to Shuri Station and walk for 20 minutes.
main hall tickets: 820 yen / adult
opening hours: 8