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Wake up early after a well needed sleep at the Nikko Airport Hotel to catch our flight to Ishigaki, a sub-tropical Island over a thousand miles from Tokyo. The island is famous for manta rays and hammer head sharks.
These islands were independent until the 1970s and still have a local island vibe - its very much Japan mixed with the South Pacific.
The weather forecast is not great for the next few days but ...
Ishigaki is the most southern city in Japan. Legislatively it is in the same group as the disputed (with China ) Senkaku Islands. That could explain the sight of 10 Japanese Coastguard boats when I opened the curtains this morning! It's a small island, you can circumnavigate it by car in 4 hours. It has lovely beaches, coral reefs, ...
Sorry Folks, from the very beginning Ishigaki Island was our place for relaxing and rest our bones and muscles. But of course we will write some recommendation. Restaurants: first of all, Ishigaki is one of the hotspot for Japanese tourist. Every year 600.000 people visit the island. Because of that, it can be difficult to found a free place in the good restaurants. Additional, most of the places serving food "last order" 22:00. Just give it a try, ...
... in my trip, not 7 months into it. On a happier note we spent the last 2 days exploring two islands, Ishigakj and Taketomi. Ishigaki had some breathtaking panoramic views, while Taketomi had an incredible historic charm and ambience. The "village" in the middle of the Taketomi island hosts visitors on a water buffalo carriage and took us around their cute village. The island has a whopping population of 340! There was yet another stunning beach on this tiny island. ...
... there are a lot of traditional Yaeyama-style houses left in the village.
We arrived at Taketomi Island in the late afternoon of the third day of the trip. A guest house staff picked us up at the ferry port, so my mum didn't walk much for the day. Immediately after we arrived at the guest house, I went out, because I predicted it would rain on the next day. I visited Taketomi Primary and Junior High School, Nagomi Tower and Nishi Sanbashi Pier. I enjoyed strolling in the ...