“Hirakubo Lighthouse”, standing on the northernmost tip of Ishigaki Island, which was used as a pasture from the Ryukyu Kingdom period and still preserved unspoiled nature.

You can see a white lighthouse on the cape on the northernmost tip of Ishigaki Island. It has
a beautiful contrast between the emerald green sea and the white lighthouse.
Tarama Island, which is located between Ishigaki Island and Miyako Island, may be seen on a clear day.
There is a ranch around the lighthouse and you can feel relieved.

Hirakubo Lighthouse


The photograph provided by Ishigaki-city tourism exchange association

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Hirakubo Ishigaki City, Okinawa Prefecture

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Address Hirakubo Ishigaki City, Okinawa Prefecture
Access By car: 85 minutes drive from the city center By bus: Hirano Line (free get on and off section): Get off the bus at “Hirakubo (for lighthouse)” stop and 15 minutes walk