At the planetarium theater in the Oceanic Culture Museum, you can enjoy local Okinawan folktales featuring celestial bodies on a screen filled with 140 million twinkling stars. The planetarium show is updated to reflect seasonal changes in the starry sky, and the museum offers a variety of displays through which you can learn about the important role the ocean has played in the lives of the people of Okinawa and the South Pacific.
*Free audio guide is available in English, Korean and Chinese at the reception desk.
424 Ishikawa, Motobu-cho
Hours: 8:30-17:30 *Last entry 17:00; Mar-Sep 8:30-19:00 *Last entry 18:30
Admission: Age 16 and over ¥170, ages 6-15 ¥50, under 5 free
*Free audio guide is available for certain programs in English, Korean and Chinese at the reception desk.
From 1 April 2018, new admission prices will apply
Admission: High school students and older ¥190; free for children aged 15 and under
- Area： Motobu Town