Tourist attraction

Matsuyama Park (Including monuments of Matsuyama National Elementary School, cradle of Kume Village, Shiraume Girls, Kensei Higaonna Kanryo Chojun Miyagi, and Well of Yuna)

Historic sitesHistory

The park is across from the Fukushu-En which is a popular site among foreign tourists. Trees grow luxuriantly, and people gather around the fountain to cool off on summer days. Rental tennis courts and large athletic tracks are the best place for sports. The park is a resting place for local people to escape from the bustle of the city. Memorial monuments are in the park such as a cradle of Kume Village, the Matsuyama National Elementary School site, a monument of Chojun Miyagi a founder of the Karatedo Gojuryukai, a monument of the wise man Kanryo Higaonna, Kensei Chojun Miyagi. A statue of Shiraume Students (Shiraume no otometachi) is at the Second Girls High School site.

Basic information

900-0032 1-17-1 Matsuyama Naha Okinawa
098-951-3239 Park Administrative Office
Business hours
Nothing in particular
Close day
Nothing in particular
Access information
A 7-minute walk from the monorail Kencho-mae station.