Try your hand at fishing from a raft off Araha, set up by the Chatan Fisheries Cooperative. The raft is large enough to accommodate up to 40 people, participants rarely complain of seasickness. You can show up empty-handed and join in the fishing, as equipment rental (including rod, reel, lure and bait) is included in the price. A variety of fish ranging from horse mackerel to damselfish (suzumedai) can be caught. Enjoy the sights on the peaceful sea, away from the hustle and bustle of the city.
Catch fish on a half-day fishing tour with an experienced captain! The boat departs from Hamagawa Fishing Port and is captained by a man who is both Uchinanchu (Okinawan) and Uminchu (fisherman). The captain will use his wits and fish detecting equipment to find the best place for participants to catch plenty of fish. The tour will be open to other groups when there are fewer than 2 participants.