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Like giant spider legs, bridges tie the islands of Irabu, Ikema, and Kurima to Miyako. Within the Okinawa prefecture, the Miyako Islands are among a group of 7 islands with Miyako as the main island with some 50k residents. These islands are on the same...More
We drove over this as part of a coach tour. It's a bridge. By far the best part of it was, while I was idly looking out the window and wishing I could be swimming in those absolutely crystal-clear waters, seeing a large sea turtle...More
Water is shallow around the bridge between Miyakojima and Ikema. Gorgeous colors. We were in a taxi so we could look all we wanted. There is a small parking lot before you drive over to stop and take pictures as well as a parking lot...More
As bridges go, this one's nice. It doesn't go anywhere exciting, but it's nice. You'll come across a rock formation shaped like a heart on Ikema Island, maybe have a sugar cane juice and then drive right back.