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Long stretched and beatiful beach close to Club Med in Ishigaki island. Favoured by locals with kids, common to find (as elsewhere) a net in the Crystal clear and very warm water, to protect from dangerous box jelly fish. No assistance provided, neither long chairs....More
We stayed in Kabira and since we were not allowed to swim here, we decided to go to Sukaji. This beach was only 2km away.
It is quiet and a nice place to stay. Water is stronger than other beaches (like Sunset beach and Fusaki)....More
There are resorts, camping facilities, restaurants closed to this beach. However, it really depends on the climate. We arrived on a windy and cloudy day.....so we've been blow to hell......hahaha
And nothing much to see relatively speaking.
However, those young people seems enjoying a lot...More
Compared to all the other beaches you can go to on Ishigaki this is definitely no in the top 10. It is an average beach which isn't good for snorkeling or swimming.
The only thing we liked about this beach was the sunset since it...More
This was very disappointing. I'm not sure if the beach is permanently closed or just during the low season. The place was completely deserted. Nature had taken over and it almost felt like a ghost town. Broken playground and bathrooms. Not worth a visit!
Beautiful and quiet beach, with trees that provide a nice shade, a safety net in the water and basic facilities. Only one hotel is visible from the beach, the rest of the landscape is very pretty with only trees and mountains. The beach is shallow,...More
This is a decent beach, but the sand is coarse and the ocean floor is rocky. The beach by the Intercontinental is much better as far as a swimming beach is concerned. Do stop for a dip if driving around the island. The road has...More