1020-1 Takashiho, Yomitan Village
Hours: 9:00-18:00 (Hours vary by attraction.)
Admission: Adults ¥600, ages 13-18 ¥500, ages 6-12 ¥400, under 6 free
263-1 Hiji, Kunigami Village
Closed: Mon, holidays (Except for May 4, 5)
5-7-1 Goya, Okinawa City
Hours: April-September 9:30-18:00 (last entry 17:00); October-March 9:30-5:30 (last entry 16:30)
Closed: Tue, Dec. 30-Jan. 1 (open daily during Golden Week and Japanese school holidays)
Admission: 200 yen for adults, 100 yen for ages 4-12, free for under 3. *The Wonder Museum is located on the premises of the Okinawa Zoo & Museum, and visitors must pay separate entry fees for both facilities. (Admission to Okinawa Zoo & Museum: 500 yen for adults, 200 yen for ages 13-18, 100 yen for ages 4-12 and free for children under 3 years of age)
This is a hands-on museum located on the grounds of the Okinawa Zoo & Museum. The museum reopened its doors in April 2014 after an extensive renovation with 34 fun and interesting interactive exhibits for everyone to enjoy.
9-20 Mihama, Chatan Town
Admission: 800 yen for adults, 500 yen for ages 7-18, free for under 6.
Akara is a shopping, dining and art complex run by Okinawa's prominent woodblock artist Bokunen Naka. With a curved, dynamic roof and a spacious design that invites seasonal breezes, the building, which features an Okinawan motif, was designed by Bokunen the prodigy. Habu Box, the long-established fashion brand specializing in T-shirts, Bokunen's art museum and gallery, and café and restaurant Janosz can be found at Akara.
170 Ou, Kumejima Town (Kume Island)
Admission: 300 yen for ages 16 and over, 200 yen for ages 6-15.
The facility was established for the purpose of preserving endangered sea turtles, with panels and video clips about its mission. You can watch turtles swimming slowly in the water tank.