Ishigaki Seaside Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... place, when the waiter cross the arms in front of his body, that means his place is full and it makes no sense to wait for a free place. Our recommendation, make a reservation a day before. Then you are on the safe side. Our favorite restaurants, sorry we don't have the names, but just take a look at the picture. One is in the heart of Misakichou area. From the main road, enter the gate to Misakichou district and follow the road till nearly to the ...
... in counter, I was informed I did not have a reservation. WHAT!? I was certain I made a reservation, but I had no confirmation email or printed itinerary. I had simply memorized the flight date and time. How could it be? Furthermore, I was told I had only 13 minutes till departure, not 45 minutes that I had remembered. I practically threw my credit card and told them to run it and put me on the flight. I will deal with the missing ticket later. I ran through ...
Taketomi town covers seven islands of the Yaeyama Islands; its town hall is located in Ishigaki City. Strange as it may sound, but considering the islanders' convenience, that is very reasonable. Incidentally, Yonaguni Island, the westernmost inhabited island of Japan, has their own township. The population of Taketomi Island is about 350 and the area is much smaller than that of Ishigaki or Iriomote. However, it's very popular among tourists, because its very accessible from ...
... I was watching all the buildings on my left and so I didn't miss the signboard "Iriomote Onsen". By the way, the Onsen was closed, although it was one of the best tourist attractions of the island. It was a pity. Painu Maya Resort was located in a forest and I knew that there was a maintained walk in the forest. So after I left my luggage in our room, I went for a walk there. The walk was a little muddy, so I couldn't walk long, but it was nice. Wifi was available ...
... 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. ...