Situated in Ishigaki, this hotel is close to Torin-ji Temple, Miyara Dunchi, and Yaeyama Museum. Also nearby are Awamori Museum and Ishigaki Port.
Located in the heart of Ishigaki, this hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Torin-ji Temple and Miyara Dunchi. Yaeyama Museum and Ishigaki Port are also within 10 minutes.
Offering direct access to the beach, this Ishigaki resort is next to a golf course and within 3 mi (5 km) of Yaeyama Museum, Ishigaki Port, and Miyara Dunchi. Nobumoto Ohama Memorial Hall and Southern Gate Bridge are also within 3 mi (5 km).
Nestled on the beach, this Ishigaki resort is within a 10-minute walk of Tojinbaka and Kannonzaki Lighthouse. Fusaki Kannon-do Temple and Ishigakijima Astronomical Observatory are also within 3 mi (5 km).
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Travelers to this part of Okinawa will be sharing space with about 45,000 residents.
The national capital of Tokyo is located 1,200 mile northeast of Ishigaki Island, while Taketomi lies 13 miles to the southwest.
Pack a picnic hamper and take some time out in the tranquil, green surroundings of Banna Park and Kabira Park. Ishigaki Island Limestone Cave and Cape Hirakubozaki are two more pleasant spots to while away the day and catch up on some reading.
If you'd like to take a break from your daily routine, head to Yonehara Beach or Kabira Bay Beach. Wander along the coast, watch the seabirds fly overhead or just sit back and relax on the shoreline. You could also splash around at Sukuji Beach and Shiraho Beach.
Take a long, deep breath and admire the natural world at Cape Ongasaki and Miyara River Hirugi Grove. Your mind and body will be grateful for taking some time out at Mount Omoto.
If you like to learn new things when you go on vacation, you should check out the Awamori Museum or the Yaeyama Museum, two stimulating cultural institutions. Walk the halls at your leisure as you study the collections, or just enjoy a moment in one of the quiet spaces.
The science museums here contain diverse collections of artifacts and displays. Examine the wonderful field of science when you visit Tamatorizaki Observatory or Ishigakijima Astronomical Observatory.
History lovers will have a ball at Ishigaki Yaima Village, Miyara Dunchi and the Nobumoto Ohama Memorial Hall. Consider a guided tour, take some photos and learn about the significant moments in time that made this region what it is today.
Religion often provides a window into a destination's heart and soul. Here, holy places like the Fusaki Kannon-do Temple and the Torin-ji Temple show us this region's spiritual side.
To learn more about the story of Kannonzaki Lighthouse and those stalwart souls who kept its light shining bright, inquire about tours.
Take the time to commemorate the experiences of Ishigaki Island's past inhabitants at one of its notable memorial sites. The Tojinbaka and Southern Gate Bridge have plenty of tales to tell.
Yonekoyaki Craft Center is a great destination to check out if you love shopping or you want a bite to eat.
If you are looking for a hotel in Ishigaki Island itself, you may find that the range isn't extensive.