Miyara Farm (宮良農園)
This direct sales parlor is part of the guava farm run by the Miyara family all on western Ishigaki Island. Guests can enjoy seasonal items such as guava, shima pineapple, and other fruit juices made fresh to order, frappes, herbal teas, and more while taking in views of the ocean. They also sell processed products made with fruits and herbs grown on the farm. The family's daughter and son, who happen to be potters, run the attached pottery, Anpal Tobo. Visitors can view and purchase the works on display in the shop.
Okinawa Ishigaki-shi Arakawa 1134 (Ishigaki / Miyako / Iriomote IslandArea)
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