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Ishigaki Island


"Quaint Japanese Islands"

An amalgamation of Japanese and Taiwanese cultural influences, the Japanese island of Ishigaki is tropical heaven with unmatched beauty. The second largest island of the Yaeyama archipelago, the breathtaking landscape of the jewel-toned blue waters surrounding the velvety white shoreline of the island, is a surprising contrast to the urban buzz of its namesake city and administrative center. Harboring some of the most scenic beaches, the charm of Kabira Bay’s pristine aquamarine waters and fine sand strip triumphs over any other of its kind. With Manta ray dominating the diving waters of the Manta Scramble, it has been one of the most popular destinations for scuba and snorkeling enthusiasts. While the island’s specialty lies in its beaches and waters, the port area and promenades are dotted with boutiques and souvenir shops selling traditional items. Housing some of the best Japanese restaurants and eateries serving delicacies made of the famous Ishigaki beef, the island is a gastronomer’s dream come true. Basking under the Japanese sun, the island comes alive with karaoke bars and bustling lounges come nightfall.
Ishigaki, Ishigaki, Japan, 907-0004
"Quaint Japanese Islands"
An amalgamation of Japanese and Taiwanese cultural influences, the Japanese island of Ishigaki is tropical heaven with unmatched beauty. The second largest island of the Yaeyama archipelago, the breathtaking landscape of the jewel-toned blue waters surrounding the velvety white shoreline of the island, is a surprising contrast to the urban buzz of its namesake city and administrative center. Harboring some of the most scenic beaches, the charm of Kabira Bay’s pristine aquamarine waters and fine sand strip triumphs over any other of its kind. With Manta ray dominating the diving waters of the Manta Scramble, it has been one of the most popular destinations for scuba and snorkeling enthusiasts. While the island’s specialty lies in its beaches and waters, the port area and promenades are dotted with boutiques and souvenir shops selling traditional items. Housing some of the best Japanese restaurants and eateries serving delicacies made of the famous Ishigaki beef, the island is a gastronomer’s dream come true. Basking under the Japanese sun, the island comes alive with karaoke bars and bustling lounges come nightfall.
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