Nobu Eto cooperated to restore Shuri Castle and cooperated on December 14 at 15:59
Mr. Eto, Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries visited the Shuri Castle in Naha City, where the main building was burnt down due to the fire, and expressed his intention to make full efforts to support the procurement of timber and lacquer that will be needed for future restoration.
On the 14th, the Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries of Eto visited Shuri Castle and inspected the “Bonjinmon” on the west side of the burned “Shododen”.
The government decided the basic policy for the restoration of Shuri Castle on the 11th of this month, and as much as possible in accordance with the plan when it was restored in 1992, the government united to procure necessary materials such as wood and lacquer I will work on it.
After the inspection, Minister Eto said, “Despite the time from the fire, I felt a very disappointing situation where I still had a burnt smell and felt that I had to deal with it again.”
On top of that, “Restorations that all people in Okinawa have to cooperate with should be supported. The parts that can be cooperated, including the procurement of necessary timber and lacquer, will be handled by the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries. I would like to respond to people's feelings. "