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Address: Shurikinjocho, Naha 903-0815, Okinawa Prefecture
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not that difficult to find once you have the right leaflets; good shoes an advantage

for me this is an interesting must - i never set out to explore the retail parks, rather i want to see and feel a bit of history - the atmosphere in these little back streets... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
extrempilgrim
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Xinbei, Taiwan

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Xinbei, Taiwan
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6 reviews
5 attraction reviews
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

for me this is an interesting must - i never set out to explore the retail parks, rather i want to see and feel a bit of history - the atmosphere in these little back streets definitely takes me back in time; best done on a different day than a share castle and zuisen distillery unless you like a lot... More 

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8 reviews
5 attraction reviews
common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 1 helpful vote
Reviewed 8 April 2017

Leave your flip flops and high heels at home. This is a very steep stone path that is quite difficult to walk up. So my advice is to walk down it from the castle then get a short cab into Naha or its around a 4km walk back into Naha city. Lots of information on the path. Some fantastic buildings... More 

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HK
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46 reviews
35 attraction reviews
common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 7 helpful votes
Reviewed 15 February 2017

A fascinating place to visit if you enjoy history and photography. There are many information spots along the route that explain the roads significance in local history. A nice self guided walk.

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Thank Craig M
Singapore, Singapore
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1,037 reviews
627 attraction reviews
common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 168 helpful votes
Reviewed 3 February 2017 via mobile

This is located slightly more than 1km from the castle and is a great place to take a slow walk. This is also the path which lead to the 300 year old tree.

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Thank JustLoveToFly
Osaka, Japan
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13 reviews
4 attraction reviews
common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 8 helpful votes
Reviewed 13 January 2017

This is fascinating walk but much better to walk down than up. We walked down and had plenty of time to enjoy the surroundings. Passed others walking up who were too busy with the exertion to really enjoy it.

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Thank OsakaWino
Naha, Japan
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33 reviews
15 attraction reviews
common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 5 helpful votes
Reviewed 19 December 2016

Take a step back in time with a walk down the old cobblestone street in Shuri. It is very near Shuri Castle, so it is easy to add to your trip. If you go all the way down the road, you will have to hike back up, or just continue your journey into Naha City.

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Thank William D
Singapore, Singapore
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183 reviews
102 attraction reviews
common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 48 helpful votes
Reviewed 17 December 2016

it is a place that was also not easy to find... but very cool to see. a stone cobbled road in the middle of a residential location. that is historical and yet... functional.

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Thank Nicholas L
Cagnes-sur-Mer, France
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287 reviews
116 attraction reviews
common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 86 helpful votes
Reviewed 30 November 2016

It's a nice enough stone path to walk on, but I wouldn't say it's interesting or picturesque enough to merit being a tourist attraction. I suppose it goes to show how much of the local historic heritage was destroyed during the battle of Okinawa in 1945, that this place is considered a "tourist attraction"... Still, worth checking out if you... More 

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Thank teturtia
Okinawa, Japan
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193 reviews
111 attraction reviews
common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 299 helpful votes
Reviewed 16 November 2016

This is a great place to do some hiking and, visit historical landmarks from the days Okinawa was known as the Ryukyu Kingdom. It wouldn't be interesting for young children and, is not stroller or, wheelchair friendly. The stone pathway can be slippery even, when it's dry so, sturdy walking shoes would be advisable.

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Hong Kong, China
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95 reviews
69 attraction reviews
common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 20 helpful votes
Reviewed 5 November 2016

I forgot the history of this place but it is quite picturesque! It actually reminded me more of a Korean pathway instead of a Japanese one.

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