This monument was built in commemoration of the 300th anniversary of Chokun Tamagusuku who completed Ryukyu Kumiodori. It was built at Manju Temple, in Sueyoshi Park, where Wakamatus, the lead character of the Shushin-kaneire, escapes to this temple in the play. The monument was designed by Okinawa’s renowned artist, Kazuo Kishimoto, Sadao Nishimura and, Houn Toyohira. It is considered a modern art work.
- 901-0141 1 Sueyoshi Shuri Naha Okinawa In Sueyoshi Park
- Business hours
- 9:00 - 21:00
- Close day
- About 39 Free parking spaces available. (Parking at 2 locations. Shiritsu Byo-in side and the Mori no Ie Minmin Side.)
- Access information
- Take the "Yui Rail" from Naha Airport. Get off at the Naha Shiritsu Byoin-mae station. A 10-minute walk away. By bus, take the (No. 9, No. 11, No. 17, No. 25, No. 33) and get off at the Taira bus stop. A 3-minute walk away. (From the Yui rail head towards the Sueyoshi Temple, from the bus stop, the entrance is on the Mori no Ie Minmin side.)