Naha City

This park has a new combination playground and nice big hills to roll or slide down, so bring your cardboard!

Naha City

This is the largest of the five Uebaru parks. You can climb up and slide down from all directions. The stairs and walkway provide endless possibilities to chase after or run away from your friends and siblings.

Naha City

This park is unique, small, and usually quiet. There is a cement slide and interesting tunnel slide that is attached by metal straps.

Naha City

If you’ve ever wondered what an already fast cement slide would be like if you started the slide one story up, you should come here. This park adds another level to your fun.

Naha City

Gekko means “moonlight” and this park looks like a cross between a park and a temple to a moon god. This park gets a 10 out of 10 for uniqueness. The little details and endless possibilities make this a must see park if you go to Naha.

Naha City

Hiyodori is another small but unique Naha park. There is a maze that connects to a cement slide that connects to monkey bars. Whoever built this park had fun coming up with the design.

Naha City

This brightly colored park packs a lot into a small space. There are painted animals, a cement slide with a tunnel going through, and other stuff to swing and climb on.

Naha City

Yogi Chibikko Park feels like an art exhibit that you can play on. There are stairs that lead to nowhere, randomly shaped objects for climbing, and lots of bright colors. You have to see this park to believe it.