Okinawa Prefectural Peace Memorial Museum
- Museums & Exhibitions
About this sight
The Okinawa Prefectural Peace Memorial Museum is dedicated to the military history of Okinawa and WW2.
Himeyuri Peace Museum
Himeyuri Peace Museum is dedicated to the young girls of the Himeyuri Student Corps killed in the battles of Okinawa during WW2.
Ryukyu Glass Village
This "village" is the largest glass and crafts making factory in all of Okinawa, and there is so much to explore here. Their main workshop that they offer is making ryukyu glass products, which is an Okinawan specialty that you won't find anywhere else. They have tax/duty free shops as well and an online shop that you can browse for more products. If you want to make your own however, check their website to book your own glass-making experience. If you visit their website before you book, you can get their 10-15% off coupon that is good for all the items in their shop. Items you can make range from glass making, photo frames, accessories, gel candles, and painting. Photos found on their website
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Itoman Gyomin Shokudo is a cafeteria-style fish restaurant in the fisherman's town of Itoman.
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