World Heritage and National Treasure

Tama-udun Royal Mausoleum Tama-udun Royal Mausoleum

Tama-udun Royal Mausoleum is a grave for the line of kings of the Second Sho Dynasty, with three burial chambers whose use is depicted by an epitaph that states: the central chamber is for the King and Queen before their bones are washed, the east chamber is their final resting place, and the west chamber is for other members of the Royal family. At the site, there is also a museum near the entrance and ticketing area. Prior to the Battle of Okinawa, guards were stationed around the tomb, as they had been during the Ryukyu Kingdom era. It became a World Heritage Site in the year 2000.

More details

Company name Naha City Cultural Assets Division
Street address 〒903-0815
Shuri Kincho 1-3, Naha, Okinawa
Access

Access
● 15 minutes on foot from the Yui Rail Shuri Station

Example price

Cost Adults ¥300 (group fee ¥240) Children* ¥150 (group fee ¥120)
*Middle school and younger. Elementary school children accompanied by a guardian will be admitted free of charge.

Website http://www.city.naha.okinawa.jp/kakuka/kyouikubunkazai/bunkazai/tamaudun.html
Payment methods
cash
Parking available
There is pay parking nearby
Internet environment
Wi-Fi (free)
Easy acccess
Accessible bathroom
Business hours

Operating hours 9:00-18:00 (last entry 17:30)

Closed

Open year-round

Contact

098-885-2861

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Area information

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