Underwater observatory and glass bottom boat
1744-4 Kise, Nago City
Hours: April-October 9:00-18:00; November-March 9:00-17:30
*Entrance permitted up to 30 minutes before closing time.
Combination admission (underwater observatory & glass-bottom boat):
2,060 yen for adults 1,650 yen for ages 16-18 and university and college students, 1,030 yen for ages 4-15
1,030 yen for adults, 820 yen for ages 16-18 and university and college students, 520 yen for ages 4-15
1,540 yen for adults, 1,230 yen for ages 16-18 and university and college students, 770 yen for ages 4-15
4-19 Nishizaki-cho, Itoman City
The Fish Center on the Itoman Roadside Station premises sells the catch of the day and accompanying items. Priced between ¥200 and ¥500, offerings include sashimi, sushi, shrimp or octopus skewers, scallops and lobster with sea urchin sauce.
410 Hamamoto, Motobu Town
This is a complex of wellness and recreational facilities where you can enjoy a wide variety of activities, ranging from swim-with-the-dolphins programs and hands-on cultural and craft workshops. Located right next to Motobu Genki Mura is Marine Piazza Okinawa, which is operated under the same ownership.
11-2 Minato, Chatan Town
Island Life Concierge's wide array of services ranges from limousine hire and vehicle arrangements to sunset cruises and marine activities. Island Life Concierge is happy to help you plan your ideal vacation in Okinawa but also can provide coordination services for your Okinawan wedding.
The ruins of Urasoe Castle, which served as the royal palace before the capital of the Ryukyu Kingdom was relocated to Shuri, are located on Maeda Kochi, a steep hill 120 meters above sea level in Urasoe City that was depicted in the Hollywood movie “Hacksaw Ridge.”
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: 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.
Okinawa Zoo & Museum is home to about 150 species, a total of more than 1,000 animals, including elephants and lions. The facility features a petting zoo, a merry-go-round, kids ride-on cars and a wonder museum with workshop exhibits and a hands-on experience corner for children.
Glass Craft Okinawa's biggest glass workshop and gallery, which offers the opportunity to take a look at the glass making process and try your hand at creating your own Ryukyu glass. Numerous kinds of glassware exhibited in the facility are available for purchase.