Island Countryside Settlement, Taketomi-jima Taketomi-cho
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  • Ishigaki Island from 10 minutes by high-speed boat. When we arrived there just nothing landscape. There is a shuttle bus from there. One-way 200 yen. In less than 5 minutes from the magical world. Are pulling Buffalo bus, hibiscus and bougainvillea coral stonewalls. A world of excitement.  Forget about all that. Can't say enough about the word. Come again.
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  • Feeling in the world, but I ended up in the rain, good atmosphere. Laid back blindly. I don't want to go back, now.
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  • In Okinawa is that everyone saw in the picture, you plateau landscape feel. Because the village is not so widely comfortable enough walk. It is recommended because it overlooks the village if you climb the lookout climbed 100 yen because no second floor built more buildings.
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