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Well, please keep in mind, Shinto or Buddism are not the native ryukyu religion. Shinto shrines were imposed here by japanese occupations. But it is an interesting mix of things here , and okinawan, in their peacefull approach can accept / tolerate maybe also this...More
It's a santoist shrine! It's beautiful cause it has the sea above, a little bit small thou, but full of color and meaning. It's s good visit if you are in the island. Remember come and visit before 16:00 hours or u are gonna find...More
Most of the culturally significant sites were taken over by the Japanese at the Meji Restoration in the mid 1860's as Shinto Shrines. This shrine is Okinawan for those who understand the cultural and religious diferences. It also holds a Buddhist shrine for miscarried children.