Tourist attraction



Miya Mo was a small hill, so when there was misfortune in the village, the bell was rung to let everyone know. The stone there is engraved with the characters 「ふ くし原(バル)」[Fu Kushibaru(Baru)].

Basic information

901-0146 2-17-9 Gushi Naha Okinawa Next to the Uehara House
Business hours
Nothing in particular
Close day
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Access information
About 1.7km from "Yui Rail" Akamine Station. About a 22-minute walk.
Take the bus route No. 56, or No. 89, and get off at Takara bus stop. About a 7-minute walk.

Additional Information

Academic information
Near the Gushi Jichikaikan(self-governing hall), there is a narrow path up the hill, and on the side of the stone wall that is hilly, on the embankment, grows a pine tree. This is the Miya Mo. Rough stones called Haruishi have been set up there, the rough stones were placed on the bank. It is a valuable place where the 「印部土手(Shirubido-uti)」remains. The rough stones were used for measurement, as a benchmark, and were very valuable as markers during the Ryukyu Kingdom era.
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