ULTRAMAN SERIES
(Syofuen/Archive of Tetsuo Kinjo)
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Haebaru Town, Okinawa Pref.

ULTRAMAN SERIES
(Syofuen/Archive of Tetsuo Kinjo)

Kinjo Tetsuo, famous for his scripts for Ultra Q, Ultraman, and Ultraseven, was born in Haebaru, Okinawa Prefecture. In his old birthplace, there is a traditional Japanese restaurant called "Syofuen" that was once Kinjo's study room and now used as his museum (reservation is required in advance). Not only are there valuable documents, such as Kinjo's hand-written scripts for the Ultra Series, but also photographs and autographs of related celebrities. This is the place where his classical special effect fans cannot miss.

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Sightseeing Spot in This Area

Haebaru, where the Kinjo Tetsuo Museum is known as the "textile town" producing ryukyu kasuri and Haebaru hanaori fabrics. There are numerous textile workshops and related facilities around the Ryukyu Kasuri Hall, thus it is recognized as the "Kasuri Road". At the Ryukyu Kasuri Hall and some workshops, a cultural experience session is available when reserved in advance. Haebaru is located southeast of Naha, about 30 minutes by bus from Asahibashi Station of the Okinawa Monorail (Yui Rail). The access is convenient from the city centre of Naha and from Naha Airport.

Japanese Anime 88-Spots Certification Plates & Memorial Stamp

【LOCATION】
(Syofuen/Archive of Tetsuo Kinjo
【ADDRESS】
1384,Tsukazan,Haebaru-town,Shimajiri-gun,Okinawa Pref.

Memorial Stamp