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Tama-udun

tamaudun

  • It is a long line of huge imperial mausoleums from the Second Sho Dynasty. It is said that King Sho Shin built it to transfer his father King Sho En’s remains in 1501.  <br>PHOTS provided by OCVB
Address 〒903-0815
Okinawa Naha City Syuri Kinjyocho 1-3 [MAP]
MAP CODE 33 160 716*18
Parking
Hours of
Operation
9:00〜18:00 Admission closing 17:30
Regular
holiday
Open all year

Information

  • It is a long line of huge imperial mausoleums from the Second Sho Dynasty. It is said that King Sho Shin built it to transfer his father King Sho En’s remains in 1501.  <br>PHOTS provided by OCVB

    It is a long line of huge imperial mausoleums from the Second Sho Dynasty. It is said that King Sho Shin built it to transfer his father King Sho En’s remains in 1501.
    PHOTS provided by OCVB

Detailed Information

Store Information

Shop Name tamaudun
Tama-udun
Shop Name(JPN) 玉陵
Address 〒903-0815
Okinawa Naha City Syuri Kinjyocho 1-3
Access
About 2mins on foot from Syuri Castle
TEL 098-885-2861    (International number:+81-98-885-2861)
Hours of Operation 9:00〜18:00 Admission closing 17:30
Regular holiday Open all year
Parking -  
Wi-Fi None

Accepted Methods of Payment

Payment Method Cash

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Entry fee (Adult)

¥300

Entry fee (Children)

*Junior high students and under

¥150