Located Southeast of Namisato-Buraku, this water supply has served as an indispensable existence to the daily lives of people in the region; providing drinking water to every home, water to use for laundry and bathing, to wash their food and produce, and more.
Behind the spring lives a lush, scared forest ground, a women and men’s bath separated by a concrete wall, and on the opposite side of the road there’s a place to wash vegetables. In it’s original form, this long-standing water well is very precious and remains even to this day.
Kintagaa was desinated as a Kinchou historical landmark on December 24th, 1991.
[Kinchou Cultural Assets (Historical Landmarks) Committee]
|Address||919 Aza-Kin, Kin-cho, Kunigami-gun, Okinawa|
|Contact Details||Kin town board of education|
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