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Maibara Beach, Ishigaki Island

Photo by Yaeyama Kaito
http://yaeyama2009.blog99.fc2.com/

Maibara Beach is a very popular beach.
Here’s the beautiful photo taken when the tide was ebbing.

Yummy, yummy sata andagi shop in Ishigaki

Photo by Yaeyama Kaito
http://yaeyama2009.blog99.fc2.com/

“Sayoko’s Sata andagi” is the best sata andagi shop in Ishigaki.
The roof tiles are akagawara (Okinawan traditional style roof tiles) and the sign is hand-written!

*Sato andagi is the most popular Okinawan sweet which is like round-shaped donuts and loved by everyone.

Here’s the map!

The most popular sightseeing spot in Ishigaki; Kabira Beach

Photo by Yaeyama Kaito
http://yaeyama2009.blog99.fc2.com/

Photo by Yaeyama Kaito
http://yaeyama2009.blog99.fc2.com/

Kabiwa Beach is a very famous spot for tourists.
The color of the water is emerald green.
The Michelin Guide series has introduced this beach, so it may be well-know in the world!

The mangrove of Nagura Gulf, Iashigaki

Photo by Yaeyama Kaito
http://yaeyama2009.blog99.fc2.com/

Photo by Yaeyama Kaito
http://yaeyama2009.blog99.fc2.com/

The mangrove of Nagura Gulf, Iashigaki, taken when it didn’t have waves and the sun was setting at the same time.

Do you like his photos?

If you like his photos, he sells postcards, or you can go to PIXTA to buy his photos.
If you want a post card, go to his website and contact him directly (you can email him or just leave a comment).
If you want to get a picture, go to PIXTA and you can buy online.

How you enjoy Maibara Beach

At Maibara Beach, you can enjoy watching coral leaves and fish there. Since it’s a natural beach, you can really enjoy the beauty of the ocean, but they don’t have enough facilities for swimmers, so you should be careful. They have a shower but it doesn’t serve hot water, so it may be too cold for you if you go there off season.
You can also camp there!

Here’s the map!

How you enjoy Kabira Beach

At Kabira Beach, you’re actually not allowed to go into the water and swim.  But instead of that, you can enjoy seeing inside the ocean from the glass boat. Let’s go on a cruise and watch the tropical fishes and coral leaves!

Sata andagi

Sata andagi (サーターアンダーギー) is a sweet deep fried buns of dough similar to doughnuts, native to the Japanese prefecture of Okinawa. Traditional Okinawan andagi is made by flour, sugar and eggs.
Sata means “sugar” and andaagii means “deep fried”.

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