|Okinawa Monorail Yui Rail ゆいレール|
|Okinawa Electric Trolley Car (1945)|
|The Yui Rail Travels Above the Street Level|
|Conductors are Available to Assist You|
|Purchase Your Ticket on the Platform|
|Put your Ticket in the end of the Turnstyle|
|Your Ticket Will Pop Out the Other End|
|Your now Ready to ride the Monorail. |
Have Fun and enjoy the Festival!
There are 15 stations on the line.
Station name Japanese Total distance Location
Naha-kūkō 那覇空港 0 km Naha, Okinawa
Akamine 赤嶺 1.95 km
Oroku 小禄 2.71 km
Ōnoyama-kōen 奥武山公園 3.68 km This is the stop where the festival will be held
Tsubogawa 壺川 4.52 km
Asahibashi 旭橋 5.33 km
Kenchō-mae 県庁前 5.91 km
Miebashi 美栄橋 6.63 km
Makishi 牧志 7.61 km
Asato 安里 8.2 km
Omoromachi おもろまち 8.95 km
Furujima 古島 9.96 km
Shiritsu-byōin-mae 市立病院前 10.88 km
Gibo 儀保 11.84 km
Shuri 首里 12.84 km
Other Okinawa monorail Yui Rail ゆいレール Information
The monorail is a business venture between the prefecture and a private enterprise.
How to ride the Yui Rail
- The first train starts each day at 06:00 and the last train departs at 23:30
- During rush hours 08:00 – 09:00 trains arrive at stations at 6.5 minute intervals
- The rest of the day trains arrive at station at 7.5 – 15 minute intervals
Regular Ticket (Futsu Joshaken)
Pre-paid card (Yui card)
Multi-ride Ticket (Kaisuu Joshaken)
Multi-ride tickets are another way to save a bit of money on monorail fare. These passes are good for 6 month after the date of purchase.
To buy a multi-ride ticket put coins or bills (Yui cards can’t be used) into the ticket vending machine and press the "Kaisuuken" button and then the station button. Muli-ride Tickets are good for 10 rides.
If you are traveling around Naha for the day and plan on using the Yui Rail to see the sights, an open ticket might be your best option. These tickets allow for unlimited use of the monorail for one, two, or three days for a set price.
To purchase these tickets simply press the button on a ticket vending machine labeled "One day open ticket" and then the "1 day" “2 days” or “3 days” button.
If you have problems purchasing an open ticket and need to ask the station staff for help here are the Japanese names for them:
One day open ticket: "Ichinichi Joshaken"
Two days open ticket: "Futsuka Joshaken"
Three days open ticket: "Mikka Joshaken"
God Luck and Have Fun!