A winding cobbled lane flanking the south side of Shuri Castle, Shrikinjocho Stone-Path Road once represented a major thoroughfare frequented by high-ranking samurai. Constructed during the 16th century to link Shuri with the Naha port and southern side of Okinawa, the path was originally 10 km (6.2 mi) long. Today, only 300 m (984.2 ft) of this historic route remains. Tread carefully along uneven ground, past 300-year-old akagi tree groves. At the base of the slope, take a break at the open-air rest house, where you can relax on tatami mats and listen to the soothing sounds of the nearby spring. Use our Naha road trip planning website to arrange your visit to Shrikinjocho Stone-Path Road and other attractions in Naha.
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那覇バスターミナル、県庁北口、泊高橋（泊埠頭）などのバス停から7番の路線バスで、石畳入口で下車、すぐに先にある下り方向の小道が石畳道です。本当に短い道なので、首里城周辺の観光と合わせたほうが良く、その場合、７番バスで、より高台の首里城前まで先に行き、守礼門や玉陵を見学後、首里城前に戻り、道なりに下りショートカットになる真珠道から石畳道に入ると良いと思います。帰りは、石畳入口の反対側のバス停から、国... more »From the bus stop such as Naha Bus Terminal, prefectural exit, and Tomari-Takahashi (Tomari-Takahashi), take the route bus No. 7 and get off at the cobblestone entrance, and the downlink path immediately ahead is the cobblestone road. Because it is a really short road, it is better to combine it with sightseeing around Shuri Castle, and in that case, i think that it is better to go ahead to Shuri Castle in the higher ground by bus 7, to visit Moriremon and Tamaryo, return to Shuri Castle, and enter the cobblestone road from the pearl road which becomes a shortcut down the road. On the way back, you can also take bus 7 from the bus stop opposite the cobblestone entrance to the Night Pier on Kokusai Street, the north exit of the prefectural government office, and the bus terminal. If you leave Shuri Castle, you will be on the climb, so be careful.
足腰が弱い方にはお勧めできません。 体力がないときついです。 ただ、石畳は雰囲気がよく、ローカル気分を味わいながら散歩ができます。 なぜか訪問のたびにここを通ってしまっている気がします。 more »It is not recommended for those with weak legs. It is time when there is no physical strength. However, the cobblestone has a good atmosphere, and you can take a walk while tasting the local mood. For some reason, I feel like I'm passing through here every time I visit.
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