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Yonaguni Guest House Fiesta
1 Stars  
(3 Rooms)

Yonaguni 1080, Yonaguni (Map)

Just a 5-minute walk from north Yonaguni Island’s beautiful beaches, Guest House Fiesta features barbecue facilities, a shared kitchen and a terrace with coastal views. Simple air-conditioned accommodation with free Wi-Fi is provided. Yonaguni Guest  more...


Villa Eden no Sachi
2 Stars  
(15 Rooms)

Yonaguni 4022-253, Yonaguni (Map)

Offering simple air-conditioned rooms with an attached bathroom and free Wi-Fi, the completely non-smoking Villa Eden is a 5-minute walk from Kubura Ferry Port. Restaurant Southern Call serves Western dishes, and on-site parking is free. Rooms at Vi  more...


Yonaguni is a town located entirely on Yonaguni Island in Yaeyama District, Okinawa Prefecture, Japan. It is the westernmost municipality in Japan, and is known for billfish fishing and as a diving spot. Recently, a megalith known as the Yonaguni Monument was discovered on the seafloor off the southern edge of the island and has been in the spotlight as possible man-made, underwater ruins. It is also home to two Ryūkyūan writing systems, pictographic "kaida-di" (also used on Ishigaki and Taketomi islands where it is called "kaida-ji") and the symbols used to indicate family names, "dāhan" (also used on Ishigaki Island where they are called "yāban").

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