”The Chinen Castle Ruins” Preserved By The Nation Of Japan

The Chinen ruins are in Okinawa's oldest compilation of ancient poems and scripts, "Omoro-soushi". The Chinen ruins (also known as Agariumai) have been one of the sacred eastern paths since the age of the Ryukyu kingdom. It was constructed with stones in two parts, the ‘old castle’ (guusuku) and the ‘new castle’ (miigusu), which consist of a stone arch.

The Chinen Castle Ruins Preserved By The Nation Of Japan


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Okinawa Prefecture, Nanjo-shi, Chinen aza Chinen

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Address Okinawa Prefecture, Nanjo-shi, Chinen aza Chinen
Access 45 minutes by car from Naha air port. 20 minutes from the closest interchange.