Ishigaki Island, where Kabira Bay is situated, is one of Okinawa's bigger islands. Kabira Bay is situated on the island's southwest side.
Chosen as one of Japan's 100 landscapes, it is a popular place frequently connected with Okinawa. It is always included in Ishigaki Island's guidebooks. It is also one of the few places where black pearls are grown.
The car park, which marks Kabira Bay's entrance, is situated slightly above sea level. This is what you first see when you exit the vehicle.
Kabira Beach (no swimming!) You can't go swimming at the beach because of the black pearl cultivation in the bay. But feel free to take off those your shoes and feel the sand between your toes as you enjoy the tropical countryside on a pleasant stroll on the white sand. There are glass bottom ships departing from around 9:00 to 17:00 for those who want to have a look below the surface without getting wet. At the stores near the large vehicle park, you can purchase the tickets (which cost about 1000 yen).
Maximum Temprature: 24 C
Clouds: scattered clouds
sunrise: 2019-12-14 22:19:18
sunset: 2019-12-15 08:57:18