Bise Fukugi Tree Road, Motobu-cho

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Next to a traditional village consisting of around 250 homes you will find Bise Fukugi Tree Road, an exotic escape that relieves both heat and stress. Tread on the soft sandy path as a lush fukugi canopy blocks the sunlight, and distant ocean waves break against the shore. Observe the old fishers' homes, complete with traditional shoji doors and tatami matted flooring, which have utilized the surrounding trees to protect them from the typhoon season. You can also examine the green scenery by renting a bike, or better yet hitch a ride on a water buffalo-drawn cart and listen to folk stories from your eager guide. To visit Bise Fukugi Tree Road on your trip to Motobu-cho, use our Motobu-cho travel itinerary maker.
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  • August 17, 2017
    I went swimming I rented a bicycle ago, took a walk, then sea was beautiful. Was the beginning of July, but was very warm water. Also a lot of fish, is satisfied. Shop one and then Vela shower. At 3-3-400 was like feel is vague memories. A few people swimming in the Japanese, there were several groups from Korea. There are famous for.
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  • August 16, 2017
    Years Buri to try a well full of people who I have become. Flowing time in Okinawa, still time has stopped in the past and scenery areas could somehow more shops, well into the alley where foreign tourists popular feeling was long gone.
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  • August 15, 2017
    Now, Okinawa 5 days are cloudy. Today's "couple's trip around the Okinawa", have visited the headquarters town of the northern part. In the morning the Churaumi Aquarium tour. Here is spectacular. Re-entry can be like a transparent stamp stamped on the wrist. And lunch away from Ocean Expo Park, went by bus all the way now up to Novembers near Nakijin Village Hall. Our juicy and sagebrush near you are looking for. But we are here. Very nice, my wife and I are very happy! I'll go now, no umbrella. Road from the nearest bus stop, go back in the No. 66 bus. In the Middle now Nakijin castle passes in the rain. But want to see the Bise Garcinia trees. It's a distance also came down without mercy, and is right next to the Ocean Expo Park managed to civilisation. Bus stop at the entrance of Bise, Garcinia tree-lined walk straight two. And for a while ran into another road, turning to the right "めnnso, and Bise fuku木 tree-lined street" of signs came into view on the left. We are now walking the road from the waiting with trees, on both sides. Of that the Garcinia. It's going much beyond this closer view map information boards and not just this vertical run road one, it intersects the narrow side streets. Garcinia trees seems apparently started the first side street. Let's turn rely on tags is written separately. Stand at the starting point and look the Garcinia tree-lined tunnel. ...
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Most visitors to Motobu-cho opt to spend their time by the sea, so accommodations have positioned themselves accordingly. Choose from a number of beachfront hotels, resorts, and guesthouses located close to the aquarium and botanical garden, and on Sesoko Island. By the harbor in the main urban area, a few homestays and guesthouses dot the largely residential part of town. As a general rule, urban areas farther inland offer more budget-friendly rooms, whereas lodgings in non-urban areas farther inland tend to be pricier retreats making the most of the scenery and seclusion.
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