Sango Batake: Culturing Coral

Japan's largest aquaculture of coral reefs.

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Coral reefs make up one of the most complex marine ecosystems on earth and are essential to literally millions of plant and animal species. At Sango Batake, visitors can observe the farming of more than 50,000 coral reefs in an area of the ocean, where water temperature is four to five degrees lower than the surrounding waters.

Address Coral reefs make up the most complex marine ecosystem on earth which is essential to literally millions of plant and animal species. At Sango Batake, more than 50,000 of coral reefs can be observed growing in the small ocean with water which is 4 to 5 degree lower temperature than outside waters.
Access 1 hour drive from Naha (27 km)
Phone 098-958-3940
business hours 10:00~18:00 (March - October)
9:00~17:00 (Novenber - February)
Holidays Junuary 3rd
Price Adult ¥900
Student ¥600
Up to five junior high school students or younger are free when accompanied by an adult.

* Tickets are available at the counter at Gala.
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Payment Methods Cash only
WiFi Available
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Notes

You may need an umbrella or raincoat due to the facility being outdoors.

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さんご畑~陸上のサンゴ礁~ 26.408843, 127.715544 さんご畑~陸上のサンゴ礁~/Sango Batake – Culturing Coral-/珊瑚田~陸上珊瑚礁~/珊瑚田~陆上珊瑚礁~/육지의 산호밭915 takashiho, Yomitan-son, Nakaguni-gun, Okinawa 904-0323 (Directions)