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Ishiganto Stone

Naha 900-0000, Okinawa Prefecture
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Take a walk on this stone street that is part of history.

Known by a few different names, this stone street or what is left of it after WWII destroyed a... read more

Reviewed January 11, 2018
Robert_Avery_13
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Okinawa City, Japan
Something to look for while walking around Okinawa

It is always interesting to find out what and how different cultures believe can ward off evil... read more

Reviewed December 26, 2016
dimsumcafe
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Taiwan
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Jan 10, 2018
“Take a walk on this stone street that is part of history.”
Dec 25, 2016
“Something to look for while walking around Okinawa”
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Naha 900-0000, Okinawa Prefecture
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Reviewed 11 January 2018

Known by a few different names, this stone street or what is left of it after WWII destroyed a large segment of it was once the main road or street leading to Shuri Castle. This street is a part of Okinawa Honta or Ryukyu History....More

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Reviewed 26 December 2016

It is always interesting to find out what and how different cultures believe can ward off evil. While aware that the stone with Ishiganto written on it is supposed to ward off evil in Okinawa (along with the Shisa lions), looking at their placement/location to...More

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