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Fukugi trees in Bise

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4.3 (2730)

389 Bise, Motobu, Kunigami District, Okinawa 905-0207, Japan

Sandy road lined with centuries-old fukugi trees, popular for biking & ox-drawn cart rides.

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Lyndonn Delarosa 2 months ago

It was a nice place to explore and take pictures. I rented a bike because i went to other places as well, but it was totally doable to explore by walking.

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Ben Hsu 2 months ago

Bise Fukugi Tree Road is composed of several narrow but well-maintained community footpaths which are also suitable for biking. It is highly recommended for visitors to spend 1 to 2 hours to walk the roads and enjoy the communities, including resorts or stores' decorations along the roads, such as Adan Resort- Lanter, Bise. Fukugi trees are windbreak trees which are also called happiness trees, with their biology name- garcinia subelliptica, and trees are not uncommon in several Asian island countries, such as Philippine, Indonesia, Taiwan. But probably NO other countries have ever successfully planted Fukugi trees in such organized chess-board structure as village windbreak. For visitors, there are road signs on various street corners to show the direction of stroll or sightseeing, Thus, there is NO fear for loss in the tall trees' roads. Parking lot for Bise Fukugi Tree Road is limited in space, and drivers may not find parking space easily in weekend, especially in summer time. There is free public toilet, and entrance to visit the Bise Fukugi Tree Road and Village is free of charge.

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Daylen Byrd 11 months ago

Trail with very scenic paths, old houses are cute with lots of Shisa’s to look at. You can walk the path all the way down to the end to see the water and then walk back along the water. There are places to eat and bathrooms with showers.

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D C (QBNTO1) 11 months ago

We went in the afternoon on a Monday. Parking was a mission however we were patient and slid into some rockstar parking near the main public entrance. The walks are fun and marked by stone arrows that tell you where to go. Now the local vendors have also picked up on this and made their own arrows directing walkers their cafes and souvenir shops. Kind of funny. On the outer loop of that walk is a concrete path ocean walk. Great views and amazing scenery. If you don’t like the heat stay on the tree walk as it gets hot on the ocean walk with no tree cover for shade. This was a bucket list item and now we have crossed it off. Okinawa is amazing.

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Claudia Villalobos a year ago

After eating at Pizza in the Sky we came here to check it out. Glad we did! Not only did we like it but our 3 and 11 year old loved it. There’s old traditional Okinawa houses, cafes spread throughout the path, historical post with information on different parts of the path, and some homes have cute decor. We went the second week of May and it was raining but it only made the experience for the kids better. The trees provided ample coverage from the rain. Lots of shade during those hot summer days coming up. It’s just very pretty and relaxing. We did the whole path (We Just followed the arrows On The stone markings) and on the way back we walked by the sea wall.