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From this lookout point you can see the narrowest point of the island, which is only 200 metres wide. One side is the Pacific Ocean and the other side is the East China Sea.
NIce views. Few people when we were there.
It was a relaxing drive from the airport to this observatory, which sits on top of a mountain. The views of the ocean and mountains were spectacular. There were plenty of opportunities for picture taking. A must visit!
Tamatorizaki observatory point was close to our hotel, so we visited on a clear day. From the observatory you have splendid views of the east coast and lagoon of the island, as well as parts of the western coast. Apparently the observatory point is also...More