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Day Trip To Shuri Castle Okinawa, Japan

Morning guys!!! Guess where I am!😄😄🐻🐻

Got my Okinawa card and now I’m ready to go explore! My first time in Japan!

On the way to Shuri castle. It’s such a beautiful sunny day. Let’s walk to the castle with me, guys! 😊🐻

Finally arrived at Shuri Castle. Let’s go get tickets and see inside! Mama, you go buy tickets, I don’t hink I need it! Bears always travel for free hehe

Shuri Castle is a Ryukyuan gusuku in Shuri, Okinawa. Between 1429 and 1879, it was the palace of the Ryukyu Kingdom, before becoming largely neglected. In 1945, during the Battle of Okinawa, it was almost completely destroyed.

Did you know? Shuri Castle is registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Listed site under the title Gusuku Sites and Related Properties of the Kingdom of Ryukyu.

Did you know that Shuri Castle is registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Listed site under the title Gusuku Sites and Related Properties of the Kingdom of Ryukyu.

If you are interested in stamp collecting rally, there are a lot of stamps around Shuri Castle. You can pick up this kind of stamp poster for collecting stamps at two points which are near the ticket office and Shureimon. It’s fun!

If you are interested in stamp collecting rally, there are a lot of stamps around Shuri Castle. You can pick up this kind of stamp poster for collecting stamps at two points which are near the ticket office and Shureimon. It’s fun!

While mama is busy collecting all those stamps for me, I am sitting here to enjoy the tea in the castle grounds! It’s a must-do experience at Shuri Castle in Okinawa.

The tea room was remodeled to reflect how the kings at the time would entertain their guests. 🍵🍪Sanpin tea and egg based Japanese cookies…love it🌸 I am the king’s guest now hee hee😂☕🍵🍪

During the tea service, the kimono clad staff explains (in Japanese) the tea ceremony and some history, there’s a booklet in English explaining the menu and the history behind the cookies served.