Kabira Bay on Ishigaki Island in the Yaeyama Islands of Okinawa, is Ishigaki's main tourist draw and is an awe-inspiring and beautiful natural site.
Miyakojima, or Miyako Island, is an island located in Okinawa. It is popular for its warm climate and beautiful beaches.
Ishigakijima, or Ishigaki Island, is part of the Yaeyama Islands in Okinawa. It is a popular spot among divers.
Ocean Expo Park
The Ocean Expo Park located in the north of Okinawa, the Motobu area, was constructed in 1975 in commemoration of the Okinawa international marine exposition held there in that year. The Expo itself was held partly in commemoration of the return of Okinawa to
Kokusai Dori Street
Literally meaning “International Road”, Kokusai Dori Street is also the street that never sleeps, with a host of bars, restaurants, cafes, hotels and souvenir shops catering to the throngs of tourists that head here to shop, eat and play. This 2km stretch ta
Nakagusuku Castle Remains
Nagagusuku Castle is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and was the castle of Gosamaru, master of the Ryukyu Kingdom during the 15th century.
Yachimun no Sato (Yomitan Kiln Cooperative)
Yachimun no Sato is a kiln cooperative in Yomitan, Okinawa, and even called a pottery mecca.
Okinawa Churaumi Aquarium
Most famous for its Kuroshio Tank which houses the rare whale shark, the Churaumi Aquarium (which means “Beautiful Aquarium” in the local dialect) is considered as one of the best aquariums in the world. The 4 storey aquarium’s main attraction, the Kuroshi
Katsuren Castle Remains
The UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Katsuren Castle Remains is located on the Yokatsu Peninsula in Okinawa.
Bise Fukugi Tree Road
Bise is a traditional area with old Okinawa-style houses and the beautiful tree road has over 20,000 fukugi trees (garcinias).
Jack's Steak House
Jack's is a popular steak house that's been serving locals and visitors since 1953.
Kouri Bridge, Kouri Ohashi in Japanese, is a 1960m long bridge that connects the islands Kouri and Yagaji.
Road Station Kyoda
Kyoda Road Station offers an incredible variety of Okinawa products, such as tropical fruits and brown sugar. In the food court, visitors can taste traditional Okinawa dishes as well as Western dishes with an Okinawan twist.