A quiet road in Kudaka. The residential village in Kudaka is no different than many residential areas other parts of Okinawa. Here you will see farms and modern and old building structures.
A view of an entry way to someone's residents. You can see an old style stone wall.
A quiet alley way in Kudaka
Interesting spectacle of water bottles. It's not certain why these bottles were set up in such an array. It has been said that plastic water bottles help keep help cats away.
One of many prayer sites on Kudaka.
Housing structure and prayer site
Another set of prayer sites. Most of these sites are in the southern part of Kudaka.
A very interesting set up. The metal roads were entangled with the tree like bush near this prayer area
This is lodge were you can stay over night. You have to make reservations at least 3 days in advance.
The lone post office is Kudaka
Inside the gift shop at the Kudaka Port.
One of the many wells in Kudaka
An inscription on a stone wall. This was near one of the wells (previous picture). This is where it is handy to have an older Japanese or Okinawan accompany you to read some of the Japanese signs you will see in Kudaka.
Close up of a well.
Another stairway leading to another well.
Close up (of the previous picture)
Another well further north along the westside of Kudaka.
Close up the well in the previous picture.
Another prayer site next to a well.
One of the stairways that takes you to a small prayer site. This stairway is slightly damaged, but is passable. There is another set of stairs that was too damaged to risk any weight on it.
A view of the western side of Kudaka (looking south).
Sign that directs you to the entry way of Fubo Utaki. Once you see the entry way, the general public is not permitted to enter.
A view of the entry way to Fubo Utaki.
These two signs are at the entry way of Fubo Utaki. However, there is one more sign about 15 feet further that marks the 'no passing line'. It is a small brown sign that has an arrow pointing diagonally downward. That is the 'no passing line'. See next photo.
Brown sign that marks the 'no passing line'.
Further up north on the western side you will see this rock and path. Take it. It takes you to a cabana like structure for shade and to relax. There is good view of the Kudaka cliff side.
View of the western side of Kudaka looking south.
A view of the western side of Kudaka looking north.
A small cave and prayer site you will see along the way as you head up north.
The lone road that takes you to the northern most point on Kudaka.
At the northern tip of Kudaka.
The wave crashing in at the northern tip in Kudaka.
Waves crashing in.
A view of the norther tip of Kudaka Island.
This is the eastern side of Kudaka looking north.