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Story of the splendor of the Ryukyu Kingdom

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Suimuikan Underground Parking Lot Hours

Apr. to Jun. 8:00 to 20:00
Jul. to Sep. 8:00 to 21:00
Oct. to Nov. 8:00 to 20:00
Dec. to Mar. 8:00 to 19:00

Suimuikan Parking Fees

Bus ¥960(Set of 11 tickets:¥9,600)
Small Vehicle ¥320(Set of 11 tickets:¥3,200)
 

*Parking reservations are available only for school trips.(Buses only)

Surrounding Private Parking Areas Information

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No. Name Capacity
1 Shuri Parking 1 30 cars
2 Shuri Parking 2 70 cars
3 En Park・Shuri (parking) 9 cars
4 Shurijo-mae Chushajo (parking) 6 cars
5 Shurei Chushajo (parking) 15 cars
6 Jonan Chushajo (parking) 7 cars
7 Shurijo-iriguchi Chushajo (parking) 20 cars
8 Shurijo-mae Parking 40 cars
9 Ryutan-mae Himawari Parking 5 cars
10 Times Chushajo Shurijo-mae (parking) 21 cars
11 Mitsuinori Park Shurijo-mae (parking) 13 cars

Surrounding Cultural Assets

Visit the cultural assets surrounding the Castle conveying the elegance of the ancient capital

Sonohyan-utaki Stone Gate

Sonohyan-utaki Stone Gate

The king would pray in front of this stone gate and pray for a safe journey upon his departure from the Castle.
※World Heritage Site

Bezaitendo Shrine and Enganchi Pond

Bezaitendo Shrine and Enganchi Pond

A shrine built to store Housatsu-zokyo, or precious Buddhist scriptures received from the king of Korea.

Ryutan Pond

Ryutan Pond

This man-made pond was created in 1427, upon suggestions from the Chinese envoys.

Enkakuji Temple and Hojo-bashi Bridge

Enkakuji Temple and Hojo-bashi Bridge

The family temple of the Royals. The relief carvings on the Hojo-bashi Bridge in the temple grounds is a designated Important Cultural Heritage of Japan.

Shureimon Gate

Shureimon Gate

Built during the reign of King Sho Sei (1527-1555).On top it says inscribed “Shurei no kuni,” meaning “the Ryukyu Kingdom is a country that values courtesty”

Tamaudun

Tamaudun

The royal mausoleum of the 2nd Sho Dynasty. Succession of kings and their families rest in peace within the three chambers of this tomb.
※World Heritage Site

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