Ishigaki City Yaeyama Museum
This modest museum has exhibits on the culture and history of the island, which are quite well presented with English explanations....
Founded in 1614, the Zen temple of Tōrin-ji, near the intersection of Shimin-kaikan-dōri and Rte 79, is home to the 18th-century...
This little Ishigaki City izakaya has warmth and natural ambience. Local treats are sliced steak of Ishigaki beef (¥1280) and the...
Asian Kitchen KAPI
Next door to Mori-no-Kokage (look for the English sign), this trendy Pan-Asian bistro is a good choice if your Japanese is limited. In...
Lonely Planet review
The unique home of a Ryūkyū kingdom official dating from 1819; walk north along Sanbashi-dōri until you see signs in English. The house is still an actual residence, so you can only peer into the open rooms from the outside and enjoy the small garden.