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Tokyo, the national capital, is located 970 miles to the northeast of Aguni.
Stretch out those weary muscles and go for a leisurely walk by the water. Kouri Beach, 50 miles to the east, and Odomari Beach, 50 miles to the east, are two great options.
Nature enthusiasts pass through Okinawa to explore its diverse natural attractions. Discover the magic for yourself at Tatami Ishi and Nagannu Island, 30 miles and 30 miles from Aguni, respectively.
Many travelers recommend heading over to Tera Limestone Cave Park.
Travelers staying here often head 16 miles south to Tonaki Island to experience Irisuna Island and Tonaki-jima Island.
Asa, a regional hub, is another popular place to visit. It's approximately 25 miles from Aguni and is home to a great selection of decent things to see, including Chishi Observatory, Furuzamami Beach and Zamami Port. Inazaki Observatory and Ama Beach are also safe bets for hours of fun.
It's pretty hard to be stressed after a day spent cycling. Sunbathing is another pleasant way to take it easy in the region.
If you want to broaden your knowledge of the region, there are a range of interesting tours you can jump on board, such as guided nature walks, cycling tours, city walking tours and culinary tours.
After you've been sky diving up with the birds in Okinawa, who knows what adrenaline-pumping activities will be next?
Have a break from traveling and cool off with a bit of swimming and snorkeling.
Spend some time exploring the region's art museums, nature museums, history museums, art galleries, theaters, indoor markets and palaces. These cultural institutions are well frequented by travelers, especially when the weather is unpleasant.
For something out in the open air that the whole family will enjoy, head out to the region's open-air museums, farms, open-air markets and gardens.
Visiting some of the region's historic sites will give you a deeper understanding of its past. Don't miss its ruins, castles, traditional villages, historic palaces and war relics and monuments.
No matter what your faith, you're sure to find something of interest at the temples and shrines of the region.
More often than not, a destination's true personality can be discovered in the flavors and aromas of its kitchens.
Of the many ingredients you'll come across during your dining discovery, beef and noodles are among the most prized.
Eat like the local people do by ordering tempura (deep fried seafood or vegetables) and hakata ramen (noodles in pork bone soup).
For a sweet encounter that will leave your mouth watering, try anpan (sweet roll), a delectable dessert.
If tasting a bottle or three of the local brew is high on your list of priorities, make your way over to the closest bar and order a round of Asahi Premium Beer Jukusen
If you'd like a non-alcoholic drink, genmaicha (green tea with brown rice) is always a popular option.
Hoping to try a local spirit? If so, have a few sips of junmaishu.
Authentic traveling encompasses so much more than simply being an observer. It's also about involving yourself in the stories and conversations of a culture. Your experience will be richer if you spare the time to learn a couple of handy expressions and greetings in Japanese. Hisashiburi is Japanese for long time no see. Gokoūn o inorimasu is also useful. It translates to good luck.
Visiting during the 23rd of December will give you a front-row seat for Birthday of Emperor Akihito.
As the final day of your vacation draws near, spend your remaining yen on last-minute souvenirs and bid "後でお会いしましょう (Atode o ai shimashou)" to the characters you have met and the places you've seen.
To catch your flight homeward, make your way to the nearest airport, which is 35 miles to the southeast.
Nestled on the beach, this Tokeshi hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Nirai Beach and Sango Batake. Zanpa Beach and Murasakimura are also within 2 mi (3 km).
Offering direct access to the beach, this Yomitan resort is within a 15-minute walk of Zanpa Beach and Cape Zanpa. Nirai Beach and Yokuda Beach are also within 3 mi (5 km).
Nestled on the beach, this Asa hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Chishi Observatory, Furuzamami Beach, and Zamami Port. Ama Beach is 2.4 mi (3.8 km) away.
Situated near the beach, this condo building is within 1 mi (2 km) of Zakimi Castle and Nirai Beach. Yomitan Museum of History and Folklore and Murasakimura are also within 2 mi (3 km).
Nestled on the beach, this Yomitan hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Murasakimura, Nirai Beach, and Sango Batake. Yomitan Museum of History and Folklore and Yomitan Cultural Center are also within 2 mi (3 km).
Situated near the beach, this hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Yokuda Beach, Blue Cave, and Cape Maeda. Ryukyu Mura and Nakadomari Site are also within 3 mi (5 km).
Situated near the beach, this luxury villa is within a 15-minute walk of Zanpa Beach and Cape Zanpa. Nirai Beach and Murasakimura are also within 2 mi (3 km).
Nestled on the beach, this Onna hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Yokuda Beach, Blue Cave, and Cape Maeda. Ryukyu Mura and Nakadomari Site are also within 3 mi (5 km).