Okinawa Island Guide

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Okinawa Island Guide

Activities & attractions


Hiji Falls

781-1 Hiji, Kunigami Village
Tel: 0980-41-3636
Hours: 9:00-18:00 *Last entry 16:00; Nov-Mar until 17:30 *Last entry 15:00
Admission: Adults ¥500, ages 6-15 ¥300


Yanbaru Discovery Forest

1301-7 Aha, Kunigami Village
Tel: 0980-41-7979
Canoe up a river on a subtropical jungle tour: Departure: 1st: 9:30-13:00 / 2nd: 13:30-17:00
Price: Adults ¥6,800 / ages 4-12 ¥4,500
Admission: Adults ¥300, ages 6-12 ¥200, ages 4-5 ¥100


Cape Hedo

Hedo, Kunigami Village
Tel: 0980-41-2101 (Kunigami Village Office)
Hours: 24 hours
Open daily
Admission: Free

Cape Hedo is the northernmost point of Okinawa’s main island. From here you can enjoy one of the most breathtaking views on island. You’ll see both the Pacific and the East China Sea in one glance from the 230-foot-high cliff.


NEO Park

4607-41 Nago, Nago City
Tel: 0980-52-6348
Hours: 9:00-17:30 (Last entry 17:00)
Open daily
Admission: Adults ¥660, ages 13-18 ¥330, ages 4-12 ¥220
Barrier-free accessibility

Be at one with nature in this environmental oasis. The park is home to 87 species of birds, 30 species of fish and 20 species of mammals. Feed some birds, and you may get a flock to gather around you.


Himeyuri Monument / Himeyuri Peace Museum

671-1 Ihara, Itoman City
Tel: 098-997-2100
Hours: 9:00-17:25 *Last entry 17:00
Open daily
Admission to the museum: Adults ¥310, ages 16-18 ¥210, ages 6-15 ¥110

The Himeyuri Monument was constructed here in memory of the young girls and teachers who served as nurses for the Japanese Army and who lost their lives during the Battle of Okinawa. The Himeyuri Peace Museum displays a full-size replica of a bomb shelter, books of testimonials and portraits of the victims.