Buried Memories Naha


Message from POC

Greetings! We are punichanko and sakinoriya, serving as the Points of Contact for Buried Memories NAHA.

In Okinawa, the significance of human connections is deeply cherished, where individuals sharing the same name are affectionately referred to as ~Chu (Chu meaning a person). A well-known local proverb, "Icharibachode," reflects the sentiment that upon meeting, we become akin to brothers.

Today, I extend a warm invitation to all members of the RESISTANCE, affectionately dubbed Aonchu (meaning "a blue person"), to join us in Naha. Let's unite our strengths for the triumph of the RESISTANCE, fostering camaraderie within our Aonchu community.

We eagerly anticipate the arrival of all Aonchu in Naha, where we can create cherished memories together, sharing in moments of laughter, tears, and camaraderie.

Let's rally together as Aonchu, awaiting your presence in Naha.

Matchondo Aonchu (We eagerly await all Aonchu)
Ichundo Aonchu (Let's go, Aonchu)

Let's ensure a delightful anomaly experience while basking in Okinawa's azure skies and tranquil seas!

Attractive Okinawa

The picturesque contrast between the Okinawan sky and the azure ocean is bound to captivate every visitor's heart. Naha City, the focal point of our upcoming Anomaly, stands as the vibrant economic and cultural hub of Okinawa, boasting an array of attractions.

Kokusai-dori, Naha's bustling main street, epitomizes the city's charm. Adorned with traditional Okinawan craft stores, restaurants, and souvenir shops, it offers visitors a glimpse into the lively essence of Okinawa. Immerse yourself in the island's rich heritage as you explore architectural marvels dating back to the Ryukyu Dynasty and witness captivating performances of traditional arts like eisa and kumiodori.

This encounter promises to be an unforgettable journey, etching precious memories that will endure.

Okinawa Gourmet

Okinawa's culinary culture is a rich bounty of subtropical nature, a veritable "treasure trove of food".

From the steakhouses lining Kokusai-dori Avenue in Naha City to the delicate taste of Soki-soba, you can enjoy the unique culinary culture of Okinawa. Drinkers can also quench their thirst with a glass of heated Awamori while indulging in rafte.

Let's visit this gourmet treasure town and experience it with all of your senses!


Access to Naha Airport

Domestic Flight List

  • Sapporo, Sendai
  • Tokyo (Haneda, Narita), Ibaraki, Niigata, Komatsu, Shizuoka, Nagoya, Osaka (Kansai, Itami), Kobe
  • Iwakuni, Okinoerabu, Hiroshima, Okayama, Matsuyama, Takamatsu, Fukuoka, Nagasaki, Kumamoto, Miyazaki, Kagoshima, Amami, Yoron
  • Ishigaki, Miyako, Shimojishima, Kumejima, Kitadaito, Minami Daito, Yonaguni

International Flights List

  • Seoul, Busan
  • Beijing, Tianjin, Nanjing, Shanghai, Hangzhou, Qingdao, Chongqing
  • Taipei, Taichung, Kaohsiung
  • Hong Kong
  • Singapore
  • Bangkok
Naha Airport Access

Access to Kokusai Dori

Yui Rail (Monorail)

The "Yui Rail" monorail system offers a quick and convenient way to get to the destination on time.

This runs about every 10 minutes, and it is convenient to get off at Makishi Station (about 16 minutes) on the north side of Kokusai-dori and at Kencho-mae Station (about 13 minutes) on the south side.
The Yui Rail can be taken directly from the 2nd floor of Naha Airport to "Naha Airport Station" through a connecting passageway.

A one-day pass costs 800 yen for adults and a two-day pass costs 1,400 yen.
One- and two-day passes can be purchased in advance from the Okinawa MaaS website using a VISA or Mastercard credit card.

Yui Rail also accepts Suica, PASMO, PiTaPa, ICOCA, Kitaca, manaca and other transportation system IC cards.

Yui Rail Timetable (Naha Airport Station)
Okinawa MaaS (Ticket purchase site)

*Okinawa MaaS can not be used with a smartphone with Mobile Suica or Mobile PASMO.


For those opting for buses, head to the bus stop directly outside the Domestic Passenger Terminal on the 1st floor of Naha Airport.

Local buses can be boarded from stops No. 2 to No. 4. If you're taking the Ryukyu Bus, catch either "No. 120: Nago Nishi Kuuko Sen" or "No. 190: Chibana Line" and alight at the "Matsuo" stop, which will place you conveniently on the south side of Kokusai-dori.

The journey typically takes around 25 minutes and costs 260 yen.

Additional bus options are available, so be sure to verify the specifics prior to your arrival.

Nori-mono NAVI Okinawa (Traffic infomation site)

*IC cards such as Suica can not be used for buses.