Top Things To Do In ishigaki-shi


Special Things To Do to travel in ishigaki-shi that Japanese travelers and locals recommend.

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Kabira Bay

The World Of Coral And Tropical Fish! Three Michelin-Starred Sea On A Glass boat

Kabira Bay has an exceptional beauty and won three Michelin-star. Looking through a glass boat, there spreading the coral sea of tropical fish.


At the Northernmost of Ishigaki Island, a Superb View of the Ocean in 2 colors and White Lighthouse Standing Still

Located in the northernmost in Ishigaki, Cape Hirakubo-zaki has an attractive viewing of a white lighthouse looked beautifully in the sea of coral. After it rains, you can sometimes see the rainbow.

Mount Nosoko

Panoramic Landscape Of Ishigaki Island From Mount Nosoko Observatory

The landscape seen from the Mount Nosoko (Nosoko Maapee) is extremely beautiful in Ishigaki Island. What is more, you can access by car to the halfway, then walk up only 20min to the top. Such easy mountain climb is one of the attraction of this spot.

Tamatori-zaki Point

Like A Picture Postcard! Blue Gradation Scene Weaved From The Sky & Ocean

The scenery seen from the lush plants of southern countries is like an art the nature has created. White waves between the shallow beach and the deep sea. Gently curved horizontal line makes us realize the sphere of the earth.

Banna Park

Like Ancient Jungle! A Lively Forest Of Subtropical Plants

A park on the 230-meter land. Southern plants grow and unique birds and insects live here. Looking tree nymph butterfly floating in the air, could feel calm in my mind.

Tamatorizaki Observatory

With Beautiful Red Tiles In The Blue! An Observatory Commanding The Northeast Ocean Of Ishigaki Island

Tamatorizaki Observatory is located in the northeast shore of Ishigaki Island, and has red tiles for its roof with full of Okinawa mood. You can see many hibiscus around the observatory, Hirakubo Peninsula in the north, and the whole view of the ocean in the east.

Ishigaki Island Linestone Cave

Illumination Inside The Ishigaki Island Limestone Cave

Ishigaki Island Limestone Cave was born from coral reef. And some parts of the cave are illuminated mysteriously. It's an unique scene for the dark limestone cave and worth seeing once!

Fukido River

Mangrove River Filled Up With Tropical Mood

The mangrove grows closely along Fukidou River. If the tide is low, you can walk very near the mangrove and see their strong figures.

Ishigaki Island

Dignified Figure Of King! The Eagle Designated As An Endangered Species

The crested serpent eagle is designated as an endangered species. Though there're less places to see this eagle in the world, you can have many chances to see its handsome figure in the northern part of Ishigaki Island, particularly around Nosoko.