Nunen is located in Nakijnson Village, Kunigami-gun, northern Okinawa. It is a guest house renovated from an old traditional folk house in Okinawa.
Nunen and its surrounding village retain the good old style of Okinawa. Nunen was created for tourists to enjoy the true nature of Okinawa as it is. The name Nunen is a word in the Okinawa dialect, meaning ‘there is nothing.’ The layout is a single-floored, single room of about 16 meters squared. The facilities include a kitchen with a gas stove and fridge, and a shower room. Here you can enjoy Okinawa’s abundant nature as if you were living there yourself.
The ruins of a castle, Nakijinjyo, that was the residence of King Hokuzan, who governed the northern part of Okinawa in the 14th century, is located nearby. The premises retains the ancient stone wall and gate, and It is a great place to learn about Okinawa's history.
〒905-0428 3194 Imadomari, Nakijinson, Kunikami-gun, Okinawa
From Monday through Thursday: 8,000Yen Weekends (Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays) and the pre-Statutory holidays: 12,000Yen ※Up to 6 people/room（For the group of more than 6, extra charge will apply.）
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