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There is a national park situated in Yomitanson (village) in the middle of Okinawa's main land. Zampamisaki is a famous spot for watching the great view of Okinawa situated inside the park. There is also a beach called Zanpa beach with great transparent water of the Okinawa sea. While you relax inside the spacious park, you can easily visit many tourist places around. Because Zanpamisaki is made of natural coral reef, we recommend you wear comfortable shoe when you visit.
- 1861 Uza, Yomitanson, Nakagami-gun, Okinawa
- Contact No.
- Take local bus No.28 from Naha bus terminal. Get off at Yomitan bus terminal and walk for 30 min walk.
- Opening Hours / Holidays
- Open all year round
- Official Website
- Time Required
- 60 min
- Admission fee
- Free to walk around
※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.
Watch a beautiful sunset from Zanpamisaki, the east end of island!
The coastline is made of natural coral reef cliffs measuring 30 m high and 2 km long. This cape, situated at the east end of Okinawa, is one of the unique scenic spots in Okinawa offering panoramic sea views and beautiful sunsets.
Zanpa beach, a popular resort in Okinawa
White sand, blue sea, sunset, shadows of islands far away - everything you wish from a resort beach is here. You can enjoy many water sports such as diving, water skiing, jet skiing, parasailing, kayaking, riding glass-bottom boat or playing beach volleyball. There are also places to have light snacks. The bathing season is from April to October. You can easily reach here on foot from the park.
The biggest Shisa in Okinawa in Ikoino Hiroba
Inside the park, there is a place called Ikoino Hiroba which has a large field with a lawn, barbecue equipment and sports field. The place is filled with locals and tourists relaxing. Here, you can also find the biggest statue of Shisa in Okinawa, a perfect spot for a picture.
Statue of Taiki, the god of business
When Ryukyu kingdom ruled the islands of Okinawa, Taiki was a forerunner among traders who officially traded with China in 1373. He traveled to China five times. This was a time when many people died at sea. Praising his business skill and global outlook, his statue was built in his hometown as a "god of business."