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Where to go in OKINAWA? - A Fresh Travel Guide -

This travel guide is full of the charm and sights of Okinawa, a trendy distination right now.
Based on three different travel themes, a variety of spots have been carefully selected to allow you to customize your trip to suit your own style of travel.

Experience Okinawan culture and performing arts on Naha’s Kokusai Dori Street


Tenbusu Naha is a combined facility where visitors can experience the culture of Okinawa. Located on Floors 3rd & 4th, Naha Bunka Tenbusu Hall runs numerous reservation-type programs that enable visitors to learn about traditional culture. The sanshin demonstration class allows participants to learn to play a single piece of sanshin music with one hour and 30 minutes of practice time. The hall also runs a diverse range of other art performances every Thursday, including traditional Ryukyu dancing. The facility also has a Naha city tourist information center and various souvenir shops.

Naha Bunka Tenbusu Hall

Address: 3F & 4F, 3-2-10 Makishi, Naha-shi, Okinawa
Website: www.tenbusu.jp
Hours: 9am to 10pm (open until 6pm every 1st & 3rd Monday of each month, and 10pm when Monday is a Japanese national holiday)
Closed: Every 2nd & 4th Monday of each month (closed on the following day when Monday is a Japanese national holiday)
*Reservations are required for participation in Sanshin demonstration classes.


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