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Nago is a tourist town located in the northern part of the main island of Okinawa. Nago is particularly popular because of its beautiful beaches including the main beach, also known as Nago Beach, which features lifeguard and net to protect swimmers from dangerous sea life. Nago other attractions include Nago Castle ruins, Pineapple Park, Okinawa Fruits Land and the last remaining wild dugongs in Japan.

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  • Busena Marine Park

    Busena Marine Park just south of Nago Okinawa on Busena Cape features a narrow pier with an underwater observatory which places the viewer around 3 metres under the water. From this vantage point many fish can be seen. Busena Marine Park also has glass bottom boat tours where the viewer can see fish and colorful read more

  • Kouri Bridge

    Kouri Bridge is the longest open road bridge in Japan spanning 2,960 metres. Kouri Bridge connects Kouri Island at Nakijin Village to Yagaji Island at Nago City. Kouri Bridge is best seen from the observation deck on Yagaji Island.

  • Kouri Island

    Kouri Island is famous for its Kouri Bridge, which is the longest open road bridge in Japan spanning 2,960 metres. Kouri Bridge connects Kouri Island to the main island of Okinawa via Yagaji Island. Kouri Island attractions include the a beautiful beach which is great for swimming, snorkeling and diving. Kouri Island is also famous read more

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    Nago Beach

    Nago Beach is a pretty and very popular beach in the tourist town of Nago on the main island of Okinawa. Nago Beach is part of the 21st Century Park and features a lifeguard and sea nets for the protection of swimmers.

  • Nago Castle

    Nago Castle was a Japanese Castle built in the 14th century and in Nago on the island of Okinawa. Today only ruins remain of Nago Castle.

  • Nago Castle Park

    Nago Castle Park, in Nago in Okinawa, is famous for its cherry blossom and is considered one of Japan’s Top 100 Cherry Blossom Spots. Nago Castle Park features thousands of cherry blossom trees which normally come into blossom at the beginning of February. Nago Castle Park also contains the ruins of Nago Castle.

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