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Refresh your body and mind with an early morning walk along the Fukugi trees in Bise!

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Near the Okinawa Churaumi Aquarium, there is a row of Fukugi trees in Bise. Although it is popular as a healing spot, it is actually recommended to go early in the morning.

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More mysterious than daytime! Stroll along the Fukugi trees in the early morning

Bise's Fukugi tree lined with 20,000 Fukugi trees is perfect for a stroll.

The sunlight shining in and the swaying leaves of the trees sparkle and soothe your soul.

Just walking through the tree-lined streets with clear, fresh air will refresh your mind and body!

"Bise Bay" is nearby

There is a place where you can see the sea just a short walk from the Fukugi trees.

Just looking at the gradually brightening sky and sea will calm your mind.

An early morning walk is an experience that can only be experienced by staying at an inn near the Fukugi tree lined area.

Stay at a nearby hotel or inn and discover the charm of Fukugi.

Access to the Fukugi trees in Bise

[Address] Village in Bise, Motobu Town, Kunigami District, Okinawa Prefecture

[Access] Approximately 3 minutes by car from Okinawa Churaumi Aquarium.

Rent a car from Naha Airport

[Usage fee] None

[Parking] There is a parking lot at the entrance of Fukugi Namiki

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