The main island of Okinawa is known to have the most varieties of flora, including a mangrove forest that extends about 25 hectares from the mouth of the river and includes Black, Kandelia, and Yaeyama mangroves.
In recent years, kayaking tours up the Okukubigawa River have become popular, making it possible to enjoy the unique nature of the subtropics without leaving the island.
Also, the riverside has been fitted with a promenade and a deck which allow for the enjoyment of bird watching and the observing of various animals without the need to go in the river.
You can also enjoy listening to the sounds of the samisen while going for a stroll riding a water buffalo.
|Aza-Kin, Kin-cho, Kunigami-gun, Okinawa
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