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Ou-jima Island, Nanjo
(4.1/5 based on 130+ reviews on the web)
Famous for its fresh-from-the-sea tempura, Ou-jima Island enchants visitors with its relaxed atmosphere and picturesque setting. Walk across the bridge linking the mainland with this small island, where anglers repair their boats and stretch their nets out to dry. Take a walk along the rocky beaches with scenic views of the ocean, and be sure to explore the island's narrow streets to gain a glimpse of lush private gardens, serving the locals as their own secret hideaways. Put Ou-jima Island into our Nanjo family vacation planner to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Nanjo.
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  • Oh that can drive around in between. Tourist attractions but seemed deep-fried to visited. Capped at the tasting and was treated a lot of squid, dried squid is as famous scenery and boiled squid are tender and delicious.
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  • OU beaches are prevalent that diver receives training in the Bay in a quiet relaxed mood. Round the island is about 10 minutes on weekends and is brimming with Tempura lures tourists (lol on-street parking matrix's car rental and local people waiting for Tempura. Panic was not one, many people of Asian countries. To the drive enjoyable sea even Tempura island.
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  • Market is nice, cheap sashimi and delicious. Buy and eat on the spot. Acanicigai and the giant clam. Went the Tempura shop. 65 Yen is gurukun, shrimp and ASA. Did stroll the streets. October is still hurts Sun, sunglasses are necessary.
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