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Okinawa Japan photography group featuring unique pictures of Okinawa
Situated at the tip of Okinawa main Island, Cape Hedo also referred to as Hedo Point is the meeting point for the Pacific Ocean and East China Sea. The cliffs of Cape Hedo rise 70 meters (230 feet) above the crashing waves of both oceans giving a good vantage point to see Yoron Island in the distance on clear days.
Only a 45 minute drive from Okuma beach Hedo Point is a popular destination because of the museum and memorial tower erected in commemoration of the Okinawa people who use to light bonfires during the campaign for Okinawa’s revision to Japan. Cape Hedo is also an important memorial sight where the many people who died during World War II are remembered. Cape Hedo also offers one of the best scenic ocean views in all of Okinawa and because of this you will find restaurants, snack stands and souvenir shops near by to fill all your tourist needs.