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Our tour brought us to Yonekoyaki but we were only given half an hour to explore the place. I would have preferred more time since there were lots of colorful Shisas at the back of the shop which I wanted to look at more closely....More
We stopped here on a whim after I noticed the statues out of my car window. So glad we did! It is a truly unique and strange place worth a stroll around for 30 minutes or so to check out all of the different shisa....More
Interesting center and the focal point is a park-like setting at the foot of the mountain. Numerous shisa or lion dogs of various sizes are scattered all over the place, invoking a very colorful atmosphere. Interesting concept!
This place was so surreal! I loved the statues outside, they just made me smile. We took some great photos. I regret not going into the shop, it must have been closed when we went there. But the park was absolutely worth it!
Came across this by chance as it's just across the road from Yonehara Beach. The shop sells some great little statues, at very reasonable prices (and much better quality than we'd seen in town). Behind the shop is a little park with giant Shisa. A...More
Wow, what a surprisingly fun place to visit! It's right across the road from Yonehara Beach where we did snorkelling, so we came across this place by chance. There is a shop with those Okinawan traditional Shisa figurines (cats/lions/whatever they are), which features prices noticeably...More