Tourist attraction

Shiobana Tsukasa


This is a venerable Utaki that local people hold in high esteem, even today.

Basic information

900-0005 1186 Ameku Naha Okinawa On the side of a large parking lot near a Bento lunchbox shop. A sign is on an apartment building's window.
Business hours
Nothing in particular
Close day
Nothing in particular
Access information
5 minutes by car from Tomari intersection.

Additional Information

Academic information
This is an historic Utaki in Ameku that is written in “Ryukyukoku Yuraiki (The Records of the Origin of the Ryukyu Kingdom).” The name of the God is Yoriagenomori no Goibe, and it was defied by the noro Tawata. Festivals are held every March 15th and on Taian, a lucky day, in August, under the leadership of a community leader.
Historic sites map of Mawashi Mai (Rekishi Sansaku Map Mawashi Ma-i), with commentaries (Kaisetsu-hen)