Hamahiga-jima Island, Uruma

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Explore the peaceful islet of Hamahiga-jima Island, offering an array of natural and cultural attractions. Spend some time on the unspoiled beaches (with some striking rock formations) and dip into the clear waters. See the two cave shrines--dedicated to the Ryukyu gods Amamichu and Shirumichu--credited with creating Okinawan civilization. Round out your trip in the culturally rich islet fishing village, busy with nets and boats. Bring along your camera to capture the picturesque views. Make Hamahiga-jima Island a part of your Uruma vacation plans using our Uruma travel route site .
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  • October 4, 2017
    I think sea AMA michu's tomb around very laid-back. What's car park near the fishing slowly, no need to worry about parking in unique island, guess,.
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  • September 7, 2017
    Unlike the touristy places, very quiet, you can relax. Not many tourists. Nature is intact. It is a good idea.
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  • August 30, 2017
    Featured in summer only in fair weather. Come and bring a swimsuit and touch the energy of nature on the beautiful rocky coast.
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Several resorts and mid-range hotels dot the coast of Uruma, or lie on one of its offshore islands. You can also find a number of budget-friendly lodgings nearby. Most establishments offer cozy, private rooms, indoor or outdoor pools, and spa treatments. Some visitors opt to stay outside of town at one of the bustling resorts on Okinawa's coast, overlooking the South China Sea.
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