Hand Dye Traditional Okinawan Cup Coasters tours, activities, fun things to do in Okinawa Main Island(Okinawa)|VELTRA
Hand Dye Traditional Okinawan Cup Coasters
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What to expect

Experience hand dying traditional Okinawan cup coasters for you to take home as a souvenir. Learn to paint using techniques from the 15th century Ryukyu Kingdom.
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Package Details
USD 23.43
USD 23.43
USD 23.43
USD 23.43
Child (Age 4-15)
USD 17.70

Child (Age 4-15)
USD 17.70

Overview

Morning, Afternoon
2.5 hour(s)
Available Daily
Without pick-up
Inclusions: Experience Fee / Admission to Okinawa World / Tour guide

Schedule

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Start time :
08:50

Meet at Okinawa World

Hand Dye Coasters (Approx 30 min.)
jm-bingata03 (1)
Gyokusen Cave (Approx 40 min.)
main-gyokusendo
Ryukyu Village (Approx 50 min.)
main-gyokusendo
11:00

Tour Ends in Okinawa World

Transportation add-ons

Not available

Location

Pick-up/Check-in Time & Location

Drop-off/Check-out Time & Location

Notes

Restrictions

  • Child fare is from 4 years of age to middle school.

Booking requirements (# of participants, vehicles, hours, etc.)

  • You can book a maximum of 5.

Additional notes

  • The admission fee for Okinawa World does not include the Okinawan Viper Park. The entry fee will be 620 JPY for adults and 310 JPY for children.
  • This tour is operated entirely in Japanese.

Reviews

Bingata

2017/10/28 Friends Alicia

Clear and easy instructions for a fun and interesting bingata painting experience

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Activity Provider Okinawa World

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Payment / Cancellation Policy

Payment Methods
  • Credit card payment
Cancellation Policy
  • Any cancellations made after 15:00 local time, 1 business days prior to the activity will be subject to a charge of 100% of the total amount.

Hand Dye Traditional Okinawan Cup Coasters
Experience hand dying traditional Okinawan cup coasters for you to take home as a souvenir. Learn to paint using techniques from the 15th century Ryukyu Kingdom.