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Experience Naha Like Never Before on July 8, 2024 – Naha Day!

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Mark your calendars, folks! July 8 isn’t just another mundane Monday—it’s “Naha Day” in Naha City, and guess what? You’re all invited to crash the party… for free! That’s right, open doors, no cover charge, and a whole day to rub elbows with history without spending a dime.

Naha Shuri Castle

What’s Cooking in Naha? 🍳

For one day only, four stellar spots are throwing open their gates without charging you a penny. Whether you’re a history buff, a culture vulture, or just someone who forgot to cancel their free trial and got charged anyway—this is your chance to soak up some serious vibes!

Shikinaen (aka Shichinanuudun)

Fancy a stroll where kings once roamed? This ain’t just any old backyard. Built in 1799, Shikinaen is the Ryukyu royal family’s swankiest pad, where they chilled out and entertained high-brow guests. And let me tell you, the view from the top? Instagram-worthy!

Naha Shikinaen Okinawa


This isn’t just a tomb; it’s a monumental slice of history! Created by King Sho Shin, the cool cat of the Second Sho Dynasty, this spot got its World Heritage stripes in 2000. It’s old, it’s grand, and it’s definitely worth your time.

Tamaudun Naha Okinawa

Naha City Museum of History

Here’s where you can pretend to be an archaeologist (without the dirt and brushes). Dive into the Ryukyu Kingdom’s past with all sorts of relics that tell tales taller and truer than your last fishing story.

Naha City Museum of History, Okinawa

Naha City Tsuboya Pottery Museum

Ever wondered where that funky pottery in your local sushi place comes from? Well, wonder no more! Tsuboya pottery is as Okinawan as it gets, and here’s where you can learn all about its clay-ful history.

Naha City Tsuboya Pottery Museum

    Event Details (Because Timing is Everything!) ⏰

    Remember, folks, I’m just the messenger spilling the beans on where the party’s at! So pack your curiosity and maybe a sandwich or two, and enjoy a day packed with culture, history, and freebies. Don’t forget to thank Naha for being such a generous host! 🎈

    Want to Make an Epic Trip to Naha?

    Check out the helpful articles below to help you get the most out of your day in the heart of Okinawa.

    Free Okinawa Day Trip Plan Naha Okinawa

    Free Printable One Day Road Trip Map

    If you’re planning to explore the old and modern capital of Okinawa – Naha City, we have a one day tour map to help you cover most of the grounds in Naha in on day. Get the printable map for your visit to Naha.


    ⚠️Disclaimer: Our passion for supporting local businesses drives us to share information about events in the Okinawa area. Please note that Oki Social is not responsible for hosting this event. It’s important to be aware that the event’s host reserves the right to make changes or even cancel the event without prior notice. Some photos and videos may come from various sources on the internet, whether official or unofficial. It is possible that some photos and videos may have been taken from the same event in previous occurrences.

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