Okinawa Island Guide

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Okinawa Island Guide

Mibaru Beach

1599-6 Hyakuna, Tamagusuku, Nanjo City
Tel: 098-948-1103

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Yama-no-Chaya Rakusui

19-1 Tamagusuku, Tamagusuku, Nanjo City
Tel: 098-948-1227
Hours: 11:00-18:00 (Last order 17:30)
Closed: Thu

This café is nestled on a mountain in Tamaki. The most popular menu item here is a healthy vegetarian set meal called the Rakusui set.


Miibaru Beach

On this shallow beach stretching over two kilometers, you can enjoy a glass-bottom boat, BBQ, sea kayaking and various marine activities. Many locals gather at the beach for clam digging at low tide.

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Hyakuna Beach

Hyakuna, Tamagusuku, Nanjo City

Hyakuna Beach is an east coast beach located in the southern part of the island. Hyakuna Beach and the adjacent Mibaru Beach together make up a two-kilometer-long expanse of white sand. Hyakuna Beach is considered a sacred place by the Okinawans, and it boasts a unique atmosphere.


The Yuinchi Hotel Nanjo

1688 Shinzato, Sashiki, Nanjo City
Tel: 098-947-0111

Category: Resorts & hotels
Features: Outdoor pool, indoor pool, hot spring, family friendly, resort
Price range: Moderate


Niraikanai Bridge