Furusato-en (Okinawan traditional house), registered as a Tangible Cultural Property
Okinawa Furusato-en is a farm village recreating the end of the Meiji era (about 1910) to the beginning of the Taisho era (1912-1926), with houses that suit the Okinawan climate.
The Texas train ride: 200 Yen / Go-karting: 100 Yen / Merry-go-round: 200 Yen / 3D Theater Dinosaur World: 300 Yen
Rental boat (10 minutes): 1,000 Yen / Fishing pond: 200 Yen
*Only open on weekends and national holidays
Water Field Area
Located in the middle of the facility; an area with an abundance of greenery.
This is located on the first floor of the Children’s Center. Enjoy the lunch buffet which starts at 11 am and the a la carte menu in the late afternoon.
11:00 am – 5:00 pm
*The restaurant is available for dinner reservations for large groups. Please inquire in advance.
Lunch buffet: 11:00 am – 3:00 pm
*The restaurant may close early when there are no customers. Thank you for understanding.
Adults: 1,150 Yen (junior high school students and older)
Elementary school students: 700 Yen
Toddlers (3 to 6 years old): 450 Yen
This stand has Okinawa soba noodles, curry and rice, stir-fried noodles, corn dogs, hot dogs, shaved ice, and soft drinks.
Selling soft drinks, snacks, stuffed animal toys, other toys, and original Zoo and Museum products.