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This is the gate to the entrance of Shuri Castle. Great place to get some photos. But it is crowded and difficult to get a photo without other people in your pictures. If you want to get photos without other people go first thing in...More
This restored wooden gate marks the main entrance to Shurijo Castle. It's a popular place for photos and as a result it's not easy to get photos without people in them. The gate itself is not original but has been restored to model the way...More
The Syureimon Gate is one of the main iconic features of the Shuri Castle. I was told it's so famous that it's picture is on the Japan currency so its significance is obvious. While the gate itself was nice to look at, it certainly wasn't...More
You would pass through this gate before entering the Shuriji Castle. If you want to take good photo of this gate you would need to wait patiently as thousand of tourists would pass through this gate every day and most of them would stop there...More