I visited three museums this trip. The first was the Naha City Tradional Arts and Crafts Museum, which is connected to the Center where I took the weaving class and the bingata class. Photos were not allowed and it was a museum of Okinawan Traditional Crafts. It was small and although the exhibits were nice, once is enough for this museum. I'd do the hands-on classes again though.
The second and third musuems are side by side - The Okinawa Prefectural Museum and Art Museum. I have been to both before, but exhibits change and it's very interesting with a lot of information and displays, so a second visit is good. Photos were not allowed in the Art Museum, but I did get some photos of interesting displays in the Prefectural Museum.
These photos are from outside the museum.
I'm always interested in the clothing and textiles!
If I live to be 88, I want this.
There were many interesting displays, but I didn't take pictures of all of them.
If you are in Naha, I highly recommend visiting this place.