UTSUNOMIYA, Japan – Shuri Castle, a symbol of Okinawa located at a UNESCO World Heritage Site that burned down in the prefecture in 2019, has been re-created in miniature form at a theme park in Nikko, a popular tourist spot north of Tokyo.
The 1:25 scale replica of the castle, which is currently being reconstructed, has been on display since April 24 at Tobu World Square that features models of world-famous landmarks.
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