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Kayauchi Banta, Kunigami-son

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  • When going north to 58, street signs, in front of the tunnel heading to the road on the right and I can't go to the Observatory. I walk a road from the parking lot to the Observatory. Sun looks clean when there is color.
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  • Route from the Nago city go thin with care. Climb the narrow streets. You can see slowly from the car park. You can see beautiful walking from the parking lot and go in the back.
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  • I went to 3/2017. It is a cliff located near Cape Hedo, Okinawa island's northernmost edge. In the Okinawa dialect means "Cliff" and "Banda". Cliffs overlooking the gazebo, is wild and beautiful Ocean stretches.
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  • In the Okinawa north place ~ Banta it's a good place.
  • Nice place to stop on road trip with great view
  • Amazing view of the ocean and north Okinawa!
  • An interesting viewpoint, with parking and toilets available; there's one more thing, you don't want to miss. There's a historical marker sign, just outside the parking lot. Modoru-Michi (pictured on the sign) is just a short way downhill if, you turn right, exiting the parking area. Snap a shot of the picture on the sign and, drive a bit farther, downhill. Then, turn around and, you will see the rock formation, almost identical to the way it was 100 years ago.
  • beautiful viewpoint