Manzamō, A Cliffside Wonderland with Oceanic Majesty

Onna 2871, Onna Village, Kunigami District, Okinawa Prefecture
The view of the sea is still beautiful


Manzamo is located on a cliff by the sea in Onna village, Kunigami district, Okinawa, Japan. Its name comes from King Shō Kei's praise of it as "a plain where ten thousand people can sit", because in the Okinawan dialect, "man" means "plain". This place is made up of limestone, its unique shape resembling an elephant's nose. The cliff is constantly eroded by the sea, forming a special landscape. The sea is blue, with large coral reefs in the deep, and the cliff top is a vast green grassland. Here, the true meaning of "vast" is referred to as "Manzamo". Standing here, you can hear the sound of the waves crashing against the cliff, and see the expanse of the sea and sky in front of you. Starting from the parking lot, follow a U-shaped trail. In the first half, you can enjoy the panoramic view of Manzamo extending into the sea; in the second half, you can see the distinctive ANA InterContinental hotel and several calm bays dotted with exposed rocks. The beach around the bay is a filming location for the drama "Ren Sen Okinawa".

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There is a parking lot
Free parking
Onna 2871, Onna Village, Kunigami District, Okinawa Prefecture
Opening hours
24 hours
Take bus 20 or 120 from Naha Airport to Enna Village Yakuba-mae stop. Walk in the direction of the bus, turn left at the first intersection and walk for about 600 meters (passing a parking lot and souvenir shop). It takes about 20 minutes on foot.