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Gallery HaraisoGallery(ギャラリー)はらいそ

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This boutique is located in a corner of the foreigner district of Ishikawa, Uruma City, and it does a great job showcasing the appeal of its hometown of Uruma. The shop name comes from the Spanish word “paraiso,” which means “paradise.” It offers a wide selection of goods crafted by local artisans, including “yachimun” pottery, Ryukyu glass, crafts made from seashells, dyed goods, and various other items.


Okinawa Pref. Urumashi Ishikawakebono 1-9-24

phone 0989893262

[Permanent exhibition] 11:00-16:00
[Exhibition] 11:00-17:00

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Okinawa Pref. Urumashi Ishikawakebono 1-9-24 [map]



[Permanent exhibition] 11:00-16:00
[Exhibition] 11:00-17:00
Wednesday, Sunday
[Admission fee]Free
Parking Lot
Credit Card
Available (available only for VISA, MasterCard, AMEX)

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