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Yomitan-son

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Geologic Formations · Beaches · Gift & Specialty Shops
Yomitan-son, a village located on the western coast of central Okinawa Island, possesses cultural and natural attractions. In fact, the history of the area has left it with a number of cultural attractions, perhaps disproportionate to its size. Such attractions of Yomitan-son include Ryukyu ruins, and sites relating to the harrowing experience of the village during World War II. Its history of folk crafts also shines through, with the pottery and glass-blowing skills of the locals something to behold. And then, of course, people come here for the beaches--unspoiled, large, and picture-perfect. Use our Japan trip tool to arrange your visit to Yomitan-son and other destinations in Japan.
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