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Full of charms of wonderful Okinawa! Endless blue sky, tropical flowers blooming under the shiny sun and sweet smell of the southern wind. Okinawa, where the unique Ryukyu Kingdom florished from the olden times. Vibrant traditional artifacts and...more
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The cave was not outstanding (not sure if it would be better if there was some audio guide to explain). Following the path, we went through the village after that and I felt the set up had too much of touristy element over having some...More
I assume these caverns were gorgeous once upon a time. And while you can still tell that to some degree, unfortunately they have been carved through and modified to put lights and scaffolding in to the degree that it has ruined much of the natural...More
The attraction offers different packages for visitors e.g. Kingdom village / village with cave / village with cave and reptile museum. This is great because visitors are not forced to purchase the whole package when they may not desire to visit some sites. The cave...More
This was to be my 3rd visit. I first went in 1981 and far less had been opened to the public. On this occasion I went with my wife and son. Both of them thoroughly loved the caves. It really is quite magical. It was...More
First they do not accept credit cards at the ticket counter which is a sin buy your ticket at Lawson about 200m before you reach the park entrance and you can buy with cc card and for cheaper. Now the cave.
There is nothing special...More
This theme park, while nothing impressed us as a theme park, its cave may be the true reason to visit here. The long, well maintained cave has a boardwalk to walk around and the cave itself is beautiful. Don’t miss the cave cafe just opposite...More
Had a day pass to explore the whole park, generally just walkabout to look at the cultural artifacts, or cave walk. But the real attraction of the whole park is actually the Okinawa Cultural drum performance. Unfortunately, no videography or photographs can be taken during...More
A wondrous cave to visit. We have a delightful time looking at stalactites and stalagmites formation. There is proper walkway but have many steps up and down so not ideal for older folks with mobility issues.
Okinawa World ticket also includes Kingdom Village and watching...More
Gyokusendo cave was the highlight of Okinawa World. The 300,000 year-old cave spans 5km from end to end and was full of stalactites and stalagmites. However, it is very visitor-friendly as there are stairs, steel walkway and even escalator at the exit. It takes about...More