Tourist attraction

Seiko-ji Temple

HistoryTemples and shrines

It is located near the Gibo Yui Monorail station. The temple enshrines Dainichinyorai Buddha, which is a guardian deity for people who are born under the Sheep and Monkey years of the Chinese calendar. Seiko-ji Temple is one of the four temples in Shuri, which is designated for the twelve pilgrimage Shuri temples (visiting twelve signs of the Chinese zodiac temples).
People visit a temple which enshrines guardian deity of the zodiac sign representing the year of their birth .
Seiko-ji Temple was also well known for selling “No manju” (a bun with a red bean-jam filling, and there was a Japanese hiragana character “No” marked on the surface of the bun).

Basic information

903-0821 3-19 Gibo Shuri Naha Okinawa
098-884-3869 (English is not supported)
Business hours
7:00 - 18:00
Close day
Open all year.
Varies, depending on the content.
Parking is available.
Access information
A 2-minute walk from the Yui Rail Gibo Station.