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Water Buffalo Poster
Yubu-jima is a small island in Okinawa. The water between Iriomote-jima and Yubu-jima is so shallow that you can easily walk across but most peopel use the water buffalo to save getting their feet wet

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24" x 17" $14 $16 $29 $100 $99
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The water buffalo were introduced to these islands in Japan from Taiwan. Today in Taketomi you can travel around the island on a water buffalo drawn cart.
From Iriomote Island to Yubujima you can walk or take the much slower water buffalo taxi.
On remote Okinawan island, Taketomi jima you can be guided around the island on a buffalo drawn cart. Taketomi is one of the most sparsely populated islands in Japan and it is also one of the most bea