We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
Nakagusuku Castle is visible evidence of the Ryukyu kingdom and is a perfect reflection of that period of time in Okinawa’s history.The natural rocks and the land surrounding the castle are in perfect harmony with the curving walls, this amazing...more
All reviews stone walls east china sea the pacific ocean original state commodore perry panoramic view walk around unesco world heritage snails wonderful spot entrance fee haunted hotel above sea level century brochure history sites
One of the beautiful places I visited. Nakagusuku castle is about one hour and half drive from Naha airport. The castle is situated on the top of a mountain and provides beautiful view of both Pacific Ocean and East China Sea.
UNESCO heritage site, there’s not too much left of an original construction though. After ticket purchase, short golf cart ride brings you to a start of a sightseeing route. There are good views of both sites of Okinawa from the top. Most of useful explanation...More
We visited the castle on a rainy and windy day, which was an ideal time to visit because there weren’t many other people there, and it allowed us to take our time as we walked through the area. The ruins were divided into six enclosures...More
My wife and I were visiting our son who was stationed on the island and had never been to these ruins, so we all decided to explore the site. It was actually really nice, the views are spectacular and it isn't very hard to navigate....More
Beautifully preserved castle ruins and worth visiting. It sits high above sea level where you can have a 360 degree view of the ocean. Generally takes you a couple of hours to visit each stop and enclosures of the castle, especially if you enjoy taking...More
I quite liked these ruins - somehow felt a little more authentic than Shuri castle which has been almost fully reconstructed. Nakagusuku isn't in such good condition (as it hasn't had the benefit of such extensive reconstruction) but it has great views out over both...More
There are 5 UNESCO World Heritage castle ruins in Okinawa – Shuri, Nakagusuku, Katsuren, Zakimi and Nakijin. My family and I were at Naha and had about 4 hours to spare at one castle ruin before we head to the airport. There are two castle...More
May I suggest you look into a page called U Ride on facebook. Taxis can be expensive. As mentioned in another comment you can also get an international drivers license and rent a car so that you can travel more freely.