Tour to "Hacksaw Ridge" & More War Historic Sites!
The battle of Okinawa was the longest, bloodiest and the largest sea-land-air in the Pacific War. That is how American people describe the battle.
Okinawan describe it as "the typhoon of steel and bombs!" About one in four Okinawan people perished their lives.
Join me, a history-loving local guide, on my tour around the war historic sites.
Maeda Kochi (Hacksaw Ridge)
The Former Japanese Navy Underground Headquarters
Okinawa prefecture peace memorial museum
Start/End time can be changed according to your plans and interests.
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Cruise Ship Port, Airport, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building
End Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Cruise Ship Port, Airport, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building
Duration: 8 hours
Duration can be changed according to your plan or your departure time at a port in Okinawa.
*Clean, spacious, comfortable Toyota Vellfire 2015 with A/C (3 to 6 persons):22,000 yen for 8 hours with a driver
*Clean, spacious, comfortable TOYOTA Crown with A/C (1 to 2 travelers): 19,000 yen for 8 hours with a driver
* Clean, spacious, comfortable TOYOTA Hi Ace with A/C (7 to 8 travelers): 28,000 yen for 8 hours with a driver
!!This is an additional service and the cost of the vehicle is not included in the tour price and needs to be paid in cash on the spot, due to local restrictions.
- Guiding Services
Estimated Local Cash Needed
2100 JPY - - 450 yen per adult: Admission Fee for The Former Japanese Navy Underground Headquarters
- 350 yen per adult: Admission Fee for Abuchiragama
- 1,000 yen per group : Fee for tour guide at Abuchiragama (they have their own guides)
- 300 yen per adult: Admission Fee for Okinawa prefecture peace memorial museum
- personal shopping
- Personal Expenses
- Food, Drinks, Snacks
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Kumiko-San is an amazing tour guide. She provided many insights and so much information. She really made history come alive for our family. It was so nice to have her along and she not only provided information about our WWII tour but also about the area and culture as well. She also took us to an amazing place for lunch. It was a fantastic meal of local Okinawan cuisine at a very quiet and peaceful restaurant on the side of a hill overlooking the ocean. It was such a beautiful, unforgettable restaurant!