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Naminoue-gu Shrine

1-25-11 Wakasa, Naha 900-0031, Okinawa Prefecture
+81 98-868-3697
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Small but lovely

This is a beautiful little temple. The outside is very pretty, very nice for pictures. And there is... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Chloe P
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Okinawa Prefecture, Japan
Amazing gem!

I found this shrine when visiting a local beach at Naminoue. The beach itself wasn't much to see... read more

Reviewed 12 April 2017
Donna W
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4 weeks ago
“Small but lovely”
5 Mar 2017
“Make you wish come true here.”
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1-25-11 Wakasa, Naha 900-0031, Okinawa Prefecture
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+81 98-868-3697

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This is a beautiful little temple. The outside is very pretty, very nice for pictures. And there is a small cave that you can go into for free, which is fun to see and visit. I've gone here a couple of times now, and I...More

Thank Chloe P
Reviewed 12 April 2017

I found this shrine when visiting a local beach at Naminoue. The beach itself wasn't much to see, but had a few areas that allowed a good picture (without the monrail bridge) but when you explored in the woods, you find this shrine and purification...More

Thank Donna W
Reviewed 11 April 2017

I enjoyed my visit to Naminoue-gu Shrine. It is a beautiful place and friendly toward tourists. There are English instructions on how to purify yourself with the water upon entering and how to pray. There is also a little gift shop. It is a great...More

Thank Jamesehd
Reviewed 5 March 2017

essential place to visit, a shire that located on the top of the hill by the sea. Small shrine but worth to visit for your luck and fortune.

Thank Dolawat V
Reviewed 31 January 2017 via mobile

This is a nice shrine to visit. Other than watching how people pray, one can also buy a piece of wood for 300 yen and write down one's wishes. Worth visiting.

Thank JustLoveToFly
Reviewed 29 January 2017

Nice little temple, on a cliff very close to the local beach. Certainly worth a visit (there really aren't that many things worth visiting in Naha).

Thank Cliffie_D
Reviewed 24 November 2016

This is the only Shinto shrine that is located in Naha, and is very easy to get to from Asahi-Bashi rail station, or taxi. Lovely red building, not really bog but is still Japanese nonetheless. Not to the scale of what you might see in...More

Thank la_speranza
Reviewed 22 November 2016

We loved this small shrine next to the ocean. It´s very quiet with locals going there to pray and just a place to witness local culture. It´s also ery easy to reach, close to the city center and also to the beach. I highly recommend...More

1  Thank wife_of_fisherman
Reviewed 2 November 2016 via mobile

This shrine is next to the beach by the waters. There was some praying going on whilst here so was interesting to observe. I won't go out of my way to come here but if you are coming this way, you will cover the shrine...More

Thank Tweetcoz
Reviewed 8 October 2016 via mobile

A small shrine that is placed on a klif. It does not take too much time to visit. It offers some shadow, space to sit and meditate. As usual there is a talisman shop.

Thank Monika B
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