Ueno German Culture Village

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Ueno German Culture Village


The Ueno German Culture Village found its origin in the Meiji Era (1868-1912), when a shipwreck occurred on the Miyako coastline. Locals rescued the German crew, and a theme replica was built to commemorate this event. With a replica of the German Marksburg Castle, this theme park intermixes German culture with the beauty of Miyako Island to create an Okinawan German fairy tale. Various amenities are available on the side such as underwater observatory boats and a heated pool.

Facility Information
Fully enjoy German culture and Miyako Island's nature together
Business Hours
Last entry: 17:30
Kinder House: 200JPY
Children (Elementary and Junior High Schools) 100 yen

Seas Sky Philanthropy Boat Fee: 2000JPY
Children (Elementary and Junior High Schools) 1000 yen
775-1, Ueno Miyaguni,Miyakojima-City, Okinawa Prefecture, 906-0203
Parking Area
100 cars
Transportation Access
Approximately 35分 from Hirara Port by Car (open road)

Approximately 10分 from Nearest bus stop : Miyaguni-kouminkan-mae by Walk