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Fiserman's Guest House

Seaside Serenity Terrace

smile diver
butterfly fish
beautiful corals
red coral

Fresh seasonal fish and Garden herbs
​Enjoy our Healthy Okinawa Cuisine!

Immerse yourself in the mystical realm crafted by the sea and islands, enveloped in the enchanting Kerama Blue.

The Kerama Islands are located west of Naha and consist of over 30 islands of various sizes. In the highly transparent sea known as Kerama Blue, you can see a variety of colorful corals and fish.In the summer, sea turtles lay eggs on the white sandy beaches, and in the winter, humpback whales visit to give birth and raise their young. You can also see forests and creatures unique to the subtropics, as well as majestic cliffs and strata.

​The Kerama Islands were designated as the 31st national park on March 5, 2014, an area with a magnificent landscape where the sea and land come together.

Aka Island is a small village with a population of about 260 people. We are actively working to conserve subtropical nature and coral through island events and various activities that preserve history and culture.

Guest house is on the beach

As for activities on the island, you can enjoy scuba diving throughout the year. A few minutes walk from the beach, you can see coral reefs and colorful fish, making it one of the world's most beautiful snorkeling spots. Feel the charm of the island through sea kayaking, SUP, cycling, hiking, etc.


The guesthouse is located on the foreshore at the western end of the village, surrounded by the sea and mountains. It's quiet, with the sound of waves and chirping birds as background music, and a starry sky at night.
This is an Okinawan island guesthouse run by a family and with a homely atmosphere.

Enjoy healthy creative Okinawan cuisine made with fresh seasonal fish, organic vegetables and herbs at one of the few fishermen's inns.

Escape the hustle and bustle of the city and unwind in the secluded paradise of the tropics, where the soothing sea awaits to rejuvenate your tired body and mind.

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