|Coordinates||24°26′46″N 124°8′25″E / 24.44611°N 124.14028°E|
|Native name||川平湾 (Japanese)|
|Settlements||Ishigaki, Okinawa Prefecture|
Kabira Bay (川平湾, Kabira wan) is located on the north coast of Ishigaki Island, Okinawa Prefecture, Japan. Renowned for its white sands, turquoise waters and dense vegetation, the bay forms part of the Iriomote-Ishigaki National Park. Alongside Mount Omoto, it has been designated a Place of Scenic Beauty. Black pearls are cultured in the bay.
Kabira Village is located near the bay. Its traditional culture was studied by American anthropologists in 1950-52.
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