Tsuboya Pottery District

Tsuboya Pottery District

Tsuboya (壺屋) is an area in downtown Naha home to Tsuboya Pottery, Okinawa’s most well-known pottery kind. Tsuboya Odori Pottery Street and the Tsuboya Pottery Museum are two of the neighborhood’s many attractions. Okinawan pottery dates back to the Ryukyu...
Sefa Utaki 斎場御嶽

Sefa Utaki 斎場御嶽

The mainland Japanese language didn’t influence the name of this site. It comes from two ancient local terms, “Sefa,” meaning “highest point.” And “Utaki,” which denoted a sacred site in the Ryūkyū Islands faith. So the name...
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