Okinawa World(Limestone Cave)& War Memorial Sites

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Okinawa World (Sightseeing duration about 120 minutes)

Tourist facilities where you can experience Okinawan nature, entertainment and its culture.
Gyokusendō Limestone Cave which is a mind-boggling natural creation of 300,000 years and said to be made of coral.
Gyokusendō caves have several types of stalactites with a variety of colors and shapes that are said to be the best in the world.
"Ryukyu Kingdom Castle Town” a beautiful townscape which has been designated tangible cultural national property.
You will be able to experience various traditional crafts making.
“Yellow-spotted pit viper Museum" with the theme of a poisonous snake that inhabits in Okinawa, and attractive Okinawan traditional folk performing arts such "Super Eisā" performed every day.


Okinawa Peace Memorial Park ・Cornerstone of Peace(Sightseeing duration about 60 minutes)

In order to convey "the wishful heart of peace" of Okinawa to the world, in 1995 prayers were offered at Mabuni Hill commemorating the 50th anniversary of the end of the battle of Okinawa. Monumental stones with all the victims’ names engraved, without making any distinction among nationalities, soldiers or civilians, but including all the people who died during the war in Okinawa. However, it is not limited to those who died in Okinawa only, but dedicated to all those who have died in war.


Himeyuri Memorial Monument (Himeyuri Peace Museum Optional) Yubido Restaurant(Lunch Venue)(Estimated time 80 minutes)

During the Battle of Okinawa in March 1945 (Showa Year 20) the Himeyuri unit was formed as a military's request and 320 High School students were assigned as special volunteer nursing unit for the Japanese at the Army Hospital in Haebaru. They continued their nursing activities in a narrow cave where the ground was soaked, 17~18 year old students were working under very difficult circumstances, hungry and exhausted, caring for the injured soldiers in the cave. As the troops went south, casualties amongst them began to happen. The cave nearby was surrounded by enemy troops at the place where there was a Third Surgical Unit and it was impossible to go out even one step. About 200 people were killed by suicide and the poisonous gas attack of the US military. Himeyuri Memorial Monument enshrines together 211 female students and 16 staff members that lost their life, consoling the spirits of the dead.


Iias Okinawa Toyosaki (Sightseeing time 80 minutes)

In June 2020 Japan’s southernmost large shopping center opened.
There are more than 130 stores, including DMM Kariyushi Aquarium
and an indoor miniature theme park among other attractions.

* (Admission fee to Kariyushi Aquarium is not included.)

「Recommended points of Tour」

Picturesque and beautiful scenery in the south, Gyokusendo Caves, which boasts an outstanding natural beauty in the east, as well as the lively and magnificent Okinawan traditional folk performing arts “Eisā”.

The Peace Memorial Park where you can visit Mabuni and see the inscriptions of those who died in the Battle of Okinawa. Other historical places such as Himeyuri Memorial Monument.

Also enjoy shopping at Iias Okinawa Toyosaki, the southernmost large shopping center in Japan!

Sightseeing Day Tour A course Okinawa World and Battle Sites

Departure time 8:30 am
Time required 7 hours and 30 minutes
※Please be aware that the tour duration estimate time varies
depending on the traffic conditions.
Service day The tour operates everyday.
The first Sunday of December there is no service due to Naha Marathon traffic restrictions.

Boarding Place

Course map, click here

Adults 5,200 Yen
Child (6 years old-under 12 years old) 3,100 Yen
Infant (5 years old or under) 1 infant par adult is free of charge
Child fares for 2 infants or more are charged.
* Infants meals and entrance fees are charged.
4 to 5 years old children Okinawa World admission fee
will be charged
Includes Okinawa World admission fee and meal. However, entrance fees for the Okinawa Peace Memorial Museum and Himeyuri Museum are not included (Optional)


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・Injury/Disease due to passenger’s negligence at the tourist destinations.

・Actions that are or may be offensive to public order and morals.

・Damages that occur due to acts in which our company is not responsible.

*Please be aware that the return arrival time may vary due to delays caused by weather, traffic conditions or other unforeseen circumstances. We will not be held responsible for any delays.

*If you have a flight, we recommend to give yourself 2 hours extra time on the day of the tour.  If for any reason you miss the flight, we will not bear any responsibility.

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Okinawa World(Limestone Cave)& War Memorial Sites

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