Packages in Shimajiri
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Shimajiri Vacation Packages
Shimajiri Vacation Packages
Around 920 miles southwest of Tokyo, the nation's capital city, you'll find Shimajiri.
Interesting places not far from Shimajiri are Iheya-son, 2 miles to the northeast, and Gakiya, 2 miles to the northeast.
To locate Okinawa Churaumi Aquarium, the Ocean Expo Memorial Park and Motobu Genki Village, travel south from Shimajiri for 25 miles to Motobu. Don't turn back without having also gone to Sesoko Beach and Cape Bisezaki.
Have some fun while enjoying the great outdoors while you're in the region. Your options include mountain biking and hiking.
The region provides tourists with a wide range of leisurely ways to enjoy the great outdoors, including cycling and sunbathing.
Explore the places and stories that shape this area by taking part in one of the local tours, including cycling tours, city walking tours and culinary tours.
If you think you have experienced everything on the ground, you might want to try sky diving so you can get an aerial view.
Swimming and snorkeling are just a couple of the fun water activities you can take part in while you are here.
Take your tastebuds on a journey through the flavors and aromas of Kyushu and Okinawa.
Beef and noodles are just two popular ingredients throughout this region.
Every area has its own dishes, so, here it's worth sampling tempura (deep fried seafood or vegetables) and hakata ramen (noodles in pork bone soup).
Anpan (sweet roll) is a lovely way to bring your meal to a close.
The restaurants in this region will certainly offer Asahi Premium Beer Jukusen, so order one if you enjoy trying the local ale.
If you're keen to try a non-alcoholic drink that the locals enjoy, be sure to try genmaicha (green tea with brown rice).
You'll probably see many people enjoying junmaishu, a popular spirit here.
When you have spent the last of your yen and it's time to pack up and check out, remember to say a final "Sayōnara" to Shimajiri. You'll forever cherish the good times you've had.
When you're ready to head home, remember that the nearest airport is 60 miles away.