There are many beautiful sights on Ishigaki Island but only one has earned the coveted three-star rating in the Michelin guidebook. Visitors make the trek to the northwestern coast of Ishigaki to marvel at the turquoise-colored waters here, framed by Ishigaki's jungle-green mountains. While you can't swim in the clear waters, you can enjoy a glass-bottom boat tour to get a close-up look at the ocean's inhabitants. There is a small shrine on the hillside above the beach and a few food and souvenir stalls near the parking lot.
Was this article helpful?