From the 730 Intersection landmark, head southwest along the waterfront to get to the ferry terminal.
The unique home of a Ryūkyū kingdom official dating from 1819; walk north along Sanbashi-dōri until you see signs in English. The house...
Adjacent to Tōrin-ji is Gongen-dō, a small shrine rebuilt after being destroyed by a tsunamiin 1771.
This little Ishigaki City izakaya has warmth and natural ambience. Local treats are sliced steak of Ishigaki beef (¥1280) and the...
In one of the covered arcades, Ishigaki-jima Kids serves good Ishigaki-style cafe fare – sōki-soba, taco rice and the like – all...
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This hole-in-the-wall in Ishigaki City is a shrine to 1950s actor Akagi 'Tony' Keiichirō. Tony Soba, as it's known, is one of the cheapest places on the island for yaeyama-soba (thin noodles in broth; ¥300), though we recommend the stinky (but tasty) yagi-soba (goat soba; ¥500). Look for the blue building with Tony's visage illustrating the wall.