Introduction to Kin-Town
Kin-Town stretches along the east coast in the center of Okinawa Island, and is a town of rich scenery with many rice paddies and Okinawan Taro cultivation areas using the rich spring and river water, and a peaceful rural landscape. There is also a brackish water area in the Okukubi River, where four kinds of mangrove plants grow wild. In particular, the is rare, and Kin-town is the northern most town in Okinawa Island where it grows. The environment in Kin-town is home to a large number of creatures, and is a treasure house for wild birds in particular.
Here are some tours that allow you to observe the birds, plants, and animals of Kin-town’s various environments.