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Kaichu Road

Yonashiro Yahira, Uruma 904-2427, Okinawa Prefecture
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One of the road you can view the most beautiful seascape from your car window

勝連半島と平安座島を結ぶ道路。沖縄本島と平安座島・宮城島・浜比嘉島とを行き来するための重要な道路となっているが、その道路から望む海や景色が、季節を問わず素晴らしい。途中の道の駅で車を停め、休憩がてらし... read more

Reviewed 14 October 2017
Cyber0515
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Tokyo, Japan
An Oasis on the way to an island of History and Culture

I travel over to Hamahigajima every time I come to Okinawa. It's a wonderful little island chock... read more

Reviewed 13 March 2017
Okinawaphile
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Great Falls, Montana
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  • Very good51%
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13 Mar 2017
“An Oasis on the way to an island of History and Culture”
13 Oct 2017
“One of the road you can view the most beautiful seascape from your car window”
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Yonashiro Yahira, Uruma 904-2427, Okinawa Prefecture
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Reviewed 14 October 2017

勝連半島と平安座島を結ぶ道路。沖縄本島と平安座島・宮城島・浜比嘉島とを行き来するための重要な道路となっているが、その道路から望む海や景色が、季節を問わず素晴らしい。途中の道の駅で車を停め、休憩がてらしばし周辺を散策することをお勧めする。道の駅では文化資料館や観光案内程度で、これといった名所は無いが、遮るものが無い真っ青な海とそこに浮かぶ1本の道路だけでも充分見ごたえがある。 潮が引くと、砂浜に降りて歩くことが出来る。砂の波紋が美しく、ゴミも全くといっていいほど無く清浄なため、ただ散策するだけでも穏やかな気分になれる。うるま市に来たら必ず訪れたい場所の一つだ。 The road is only maritime road connecting Katsuren Peninsula and Henza Island. Because it is a straight road over 5km, the seascapes from this road is very wonderful! I recommend you to stop your car at the roadside station and taking a walk...More

Thank Cyber0515
Reviewed 13 March 2017

I travel over to Hamahigajima every time I come to Okinawa. It's a wonderful little island chock full of history and culture. The causeway, Kaichu Duoro, is the island's modern-day lifeline and is a most pleasant drive. It is the longest causeway in East Asia...More

Thank Okinawaphile
Reviewed 31 December 2016 via mobile

This place is really neat. There is plenty of parking for access to crystal clear beaches. The overlooks to both sides of the water is awesome.

Thank sammcdaniel1
Reviewed 18 December 2016

seeing roads like this with the sea on both sides... makes you feel that we really must take care of this planet. else sights like this will only be in our memories.

Thank salohcini
Reviewed 18 July 2016 via mobile

Go to the North! Kouri Island is better!! At firstday I visited the north part of okinawa (kouri island and tiinuhama beach in that island)and second day I went to here. Kouri is million times better!! Both have long over sea bridges, Ocean color is...More

1  Thank Jules H
Reviewed 28 November 2015 via mobile

Both sides of road are ocean. If you are driving there,you feel not driving,cruising. Beautiful scenery.

Thank 鏑木 虎
Reviewed 3 July 2015

A great scenic drive. The bridge is long and with a parking in the middle where you can stop, take some nice photos of the islands and have a relaxing walk around. Great start for a trip to Yagaji island and further island hopping.

1  Thank sashkello
Reviewed 26 October 2014

a road with nice sea-view which you can easily found in Okinawa. there are passing bays where you can stop your car and get some pictures. i don't have strong feeling during the ride probably I've been there after the visit of the underwater observatory...More

Thank ESY222
Reviewed 27 February 2011

Good road to ride bicycles on, shoulders, no problems with drivers.

Thank mjacostausmc
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