Although Seoul City Park is not big, it has a high playability, that is, stamp games can take more than three hours. The ducks in Longtan, the back gate, are not afraid of people, do not give food, and do not let go. They are a siege to you. The city of Seoul is the former kingdom of Ryukyu, located on a hill overlooking the sea. The gatekeeper under the city is a landmark scenic spot in Okinawa. The main hall where the king lived had a unique architectural style of Ryukyu, which was very beautiful. It restored the pattern of the year and showed some related historical relics. It is a good place to know the history and culture of the Ryukyu Kingdom. It is the Palace of the King of the Ryukyu Kingdom, the Palace of Okinawa. Since the original buildings were destroyed by war, what we see now is the reconstruction after 1992. The palace is rich in color, which combines the characteristics of Japanese and Chinese architecture. Most parts of the park are free, but tickets are required to enter the main hall. Adults 820 Ran, primary and secondary school students 310 place is not big, but it is worth going. In particular, there are activities to collect stamps for gifts. Children and big friends are like treasure hunting. It takes time to collect all the stamps, but it's not easy to find individual stamps. We only had two hours to go to the airport to return home, so we only completed a collection of 10 gift exchange projects, about less than 20 of them. It's fun. Ancient palaces, scenery is quiet, the inner city needs to buy tickets to enter, some places can not take photos. Local special performances outside the toll-paying scenic areas, the daily performances are not the same, or very worth watching, try to sit in front of it. The scenic spot collects seals from stamp collection activities to a certain number of small gifts, especially for children. Take the monorail to the terminal station, Shouli City Station, get off, and then walk along the road sign. If you want to take a shortcut, you can go in from Wansongyuan intersection and walk straight to it.
It is the ruins of the capital city of the ancient Ryukyu Kingdom, located in the south of Okinawa, about 9 kilometers from Naba Airport, and takes 30 minutes to drive. Seoul City is a Ryukyu-style Castle located in the southern part of Okinawa, east of Naha City, Ryukyu Islands. It was built from the end of the 13th century to the beginning of the 14th century. From the 15th to 19th centuries, it was the capital and palace of the Ryukyu Kingdom. Seoul was the political and power center of the Ryukyu Kingdom. Seoul City is an important historic site of the Ryukyu Islands. It is a Tang Dynasty style building replicated by the prototype that remained after the war. Seoul is the palace building of the Ryukyu Kingdom. It was the place where the King handled state affairs, received envoys and held important celebrations. It combines the architectural features of China, Japan and Okinawa. Today's castles include the North Palace, the South Palace, the Seoul Gate and many gates. Seoul was destroyed four times, and was last rebuilt in 1992. The main hall of the most striking building in Seoul was originally the place where the Ryukyu King conducted official business and held important ceremonies. Seoul City, once known as the political, diplomatic and cultural center of He Ryukyu Kingdom, integrates the unique architectural style of Chinese and Japanese city building culture, as well as the superb stone masonry technology, and has a very high cultural and historical value. In December 2000, Seoul City was recognized as the 11th World Cultural Heritage Site of Japan. Seoul City is the core scenic spot of Seoul City Park. Entry tickets are required for visitors. It's worth seeing.
The city of Seoul, originally built between the end of the 13th century and the beginning of the 14th century, is a symbolic building of the Ryukyu Kingdom. Destroyed in the Okinawa War, the current capital city was rebuilt in 1992. Take the light rail to Shouli Station. It's recommended to walk all the way. It's not very far. Along the way, we can learn about the local customs of Okinawa. We can also pass through some interesting noodle shops, roadside barbecue stalls and tea houses. I thought that Shouli City was an old-fashioned place in autumn, but I didn't know that the air was fresh, the grass and trees were sparse, the buildings were diverse, and it was a very good big park. Apart from the city wall architecture of the Ryukyu Kingdom, there is also an observation platform overlooking Okinawa's appearance and the distant sea. The scenery under the blue sky and white clouds is pleasant. The main hall of the most striking building is the place where King Ryukyu handled the work and held important ceremonies. It is one of the largest wooden structures on Okinawa Island. It has a distinct Ryukyu style and combines the characteristics of Chinese and Japanese traditional buildings. It has a magnificent shape and bright colors. Entering the main hall requires a ticket of 820 Japanese yen. We slowed down here before we knew it. It took us several hours to walk around. We not only learned about Okinawa's history, but also appreciated the beautiful natural scenery. When I came to Okinawa, I didn't come to see the noisy cities and high-rise buildings, but to experience the ancient traditions and natural countryside scenery.
Seoul City is an important historic site of the Ryukyu Islands. It is a Tang Dynasty style building replicated by the prototype that remained after the war. Seoul is the palace building of the Ryukyu Kingdom. It was the place where the King handled state affairs, received envoys and held important celebrations. It combines the architectural features of China, Japan and Okinawa. You need to take off your shoes barefoot when you enter. The waiter puts them in a plastic bag and takes them away. Finally, plastic bags will be recycled. There are also stamps for gifts.
The city of Seoul, originally built between the end of the 13th century and the beginning of the 14th century, is a symbolic building of the Ryukyu Kingdom. Destroyed in the Okinawa War, the current capital city was rebuilt in 1992. The main hall of the most striking building in Seoul was originally the place where King Ryukyu handled the work and held important ceremonies. It is one of the largest wooden structures on Okinawa Island. It has a distinct Ryukyu style and combines the characteristics of Chinese and Japanese traditional buildings. It has a magnificent shape and bright colors.
In the backyard of Seoul, there is an imperial garden, where they open a tea room for tourists to experience Japanese afternoon tea. I remember that the price per person is 4/500 yen, which is not too expensive. It includes a cup of jasmine tea and some snacks. I feel that jasmine tea is also a special product of Fuzhou. That snack also tastes like New Year's Candy Cake in Fuzhou. I feel that the relationship between the Ryukyu Kingdom and Fuzhou in the past is really close.
Taking the archway of China as the prototype, it mixes the architectural style of the Tang Dynasty and the traditional techniques of Ryukyu. There is a plaque of a state of propriety, given by a Chinese emperor, which is really backward and will be beaten. It was originally a subsidiary country of China, but China has slowly declined, and they have not been able to defend their own territory, and they have been occupied by Japan. Some things may be rarely mentioned, but they will never be forgotten. Only when the motherland is strong, can we have a stable life.
It is believed that all tourists to Okinawa will go to the old site of the Ryukyu Empire, which has destroyed the country. Because of the Pacific War, the buildings of the Ryukyu Empire were destroyed and only the walls remained. However, the Japanese government rebuilt the old Ryukyu Palace. If you only look outside and take photos, free tickets are required to enter the main building of the new Ryukyu Palace. 820 yen per adult and fewer children are required. When entering, take off your shoes and send them in a bag. This place in Japan is quite similar to Lhasa in China, but not as brilliant as the Potala Palace, much simpler. During the tour, the feeling is very general. This place should belong to China. They used to use Chinese, until the early 20th century was destroyed by Japan, now many things are in Chinese, license plate numbers are written'Okinawa 705'and so on. The Qing Dynasty was impatient. Otherwise, Okinawa is China, and the country that killed Ryukyu should be China's Qing Dynasty. It's a pity!