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This is a memorial to Chinese lives lost in a California Gold Rush era ship mutiny. But at the same site is also a memorial to the 3 American lives lost in World War II on the island when the Americans were captured and executed....More
Ishigaki doesn't have a lot of must visit places, so a small thing like this easily becomes an attraction. However there is not much to see or do here. As a foreigner you cannot read anything since everything is Japanese.
We drove past this place...More
It's free for everyone, and near the Main Street to Ishigaki harbor. It is big grave of more than a hundreds Ishigaki ancestors. But here there's no any interested thing, But there are beach near this site is good for taking picture.
In 1852 a British ship ran aground in Ishigaki on the way to the USA where the British and American human traffickers killed many of the Chinese laborers. The rest ran away and were given refuge by the locals. Excellent memorial made in 1971 with...More