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Cape Chinen Park, Nanjo
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Stop at Cape Chinen Park and observe 270-degree views of the Pacific Ocean. A perfect location for picnicking, the clean, well-manicured park affords vistas of the islands in the distance; at night, it makes a clear spot for stargazing. Be sure to leave the area as clean as you found it. Locals favor this eastern-facing spot for watching the first sunrise of the year. Plan to visit Cape Chinen Park during your Nanjo vacation using our convenient Nanjo itinerary planner.
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  • Utaki sacred sites world heritage registration after the dash has become popular tourist destinations and and funeral crowds sideways, forward ahead of the parking lot and another world. It is a bright, airy and great views you can enjoy quiet spots. Also overlooking the parking lot immediately, while overlooking the Park step lower from the gazebo on the side of the vast Pacific Ocean, views of yonabaru katsuren, miyagijima, scuba, Tsuken Island, Mainland East Coast area as well. Very nice (especially the weather is nice,) is a park. The cat is one living (nowadays in 2016).
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  • Visit the seifa-Utaki, 1 min. by car from the parking lot! The view was cloudy. Park was great, feels good.
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  • Is the same island, but differ in deep green and North Sea. Compared to the northern part of emerald green, here is it. Beyond that for the Pacific ocean atmosphere more feel. There is a parking lot in front of the entrance is free of charge. Many stumbled, many visitors enjoy paragliding.
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