Cape Maeda: Spectacular cliffs and blue cave│Okinawa Japan

Cape Maeda is a tourist spot in Okinawa Prefecture that boasts magnificent cliffs and beautiful sea.

There are plenty of activities to do, such as blue cave diving and winter whale watching.

It is easily accessible, and there are plenty of sightseeing spots and accommodations nearby. Introducing the charms of Cape Maeda.


Overview and characteristics of Cape Maeda

Cape Maeda is a natural jewel located in Maeda Ward, Onna Village, Okinawa Prefecture.

The cape is formed from Ryukyu limestone and is characterized by sheer cliffs. From the cliffs, the deep blue sea spreads out, and the raised coral reefs form a beautiful triangle.

Blue cave

Of particular note is the cave known as the “Blue Cave“.
This cave is a dream come true for diving enthusiasts and its brilliant blue color is a sight to behold.
However, in case of bad weather, swimming may be prohibited, so check the official website for sea conditions.


There are many other activities you can enjoy at Cape Maeda.

Snorkeling, scuba diving, canoeing, and whale watching in winter are popular.

Information about Cape Maeda

Basic InfoCape Maeda
 469-1 Maeda, Onna Village, Kunigami
 District, Okinawa Prefecture

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Cape Maeda is a scenic spot that condenses Okinawa Prefecture’s natural beauty, and its charms are wide-ranging.

The beautiful sea and blue caves that spread out from the cliffs are a dream-like experience for diving enthusiasts, and whale watching can be enjoyed in winter.

It is easily accessible and there are many attractive sightseeing spots and accommodations nearby.
When you visit Cape Maeda, you will be able to enjoy Okinawa’s paradise, where you can enjoy both the splendor of nature and fun activities.

Please come and enjoy its charm.

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