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The Okinawa Classic Car Association (沖縄クラシックカー協会) has a small showroom atop a garage specializing in, you guessed it, classic cars. All visitors welcome. ガレージルマン (Garage Le Mans) 沖縄県宜野湾市大謝名2-3-3 In Ginowan on the main island, not far from the US Army base, so I imagine they've had the odd long-nose visiting in the past. Open Mon-Sat 8:30-18:30, map ...
This website is a mini search engine of all Automobile Museum in Japan, by prefecture. It doesn't say how many total museums there are in Japan, but it appears they have quite a lot listed. However, there are "no results for Okinawa-ken" so I'm going to go ahead and say unfortunately the answer to this question is "No"
I can't prove a negative, but as far as I can tell by looking at the sites of A-Line and Marix, the answer is no, they don't offer any sort of hop-on-hop-off ticket, nor do you get any "stopovers" if you buy a longer ticket. There's a third option from Amami to Kagoshima, the once-weekly Tokara Ferry via the tiny and obscure Tokara Islands (long on my ...
Here's a blog post about it, including a pointer to the location on map.goo.ne.jp. As you can see, it's hard to find and there's barely anything there aside from a few overgrown stone walls. The last couple of photos are of a shrine along the way, not the ruins.
A-Line goes from Motobu (本部) to Kagoshima (鹿児島) around twice weekly, but the price difference is marginal: Naha to Kagoshima: ¥15,200 in 2nd class Motobu to Kagoshima: ¥14,300 in 2nd class And by remarkable coincidence, the prices on competitor Marix are precisely the same.
The problem is that I can only provide the site that lists the Ferries running to/from various locations in Okinawa. It lists 2 lines that make a stop at Motobu, Marix line and A Line both of which provide daily service from Motobu. Both sites are in Japanese and I currently have problem with online translation.
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