Apa Hotel Ishigakijima
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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. ...
... when I arrived at the guest house, the landlady was complaining because I was late for the dinner time. The old lady was friendly and talkative. She knew that their guests liked her talk. The old gentleman was showing folk-arts making, but we were not interested. Some young Japanese love the air of island guest houses and come back to the island again and again, but that will never happen to me.
Anyway, in the next morning, we tried a buffalo car ride. That was the ...
... Because the number of tourist attractions of the island was limited, it was no wonder. I saw many blue butterflies near the beach even in winter and they made me happy.
After we tasted Yaeyama buckwheat noodle in a restaurant near the rental car shop, we finally took a cruise to the Nakamagawa River. The cruise was supposed to be operated three times a day, but because the number of the visitors to the island was very small on the day, the ferry ran only once on ...
... the right time. Then we headed north to Tamatorizaki Lookout. Although we had to walk a little bit to the lookout, a view from there was wonderful. I thought my mum couldn't walk to the lookout, but she walked all the way with some breaks. On the way, some hibiscus were blooming. Then we drove to Hirakubozaki Lookout at the north tip of Ishigaki Island. A view from there was also gorgeous and we had lunch on the steps to the lighthouse. ...