who was born in the clump generation (the first generation born after the war in Japan), and he said that the people of Yonaguni remained in Taiwan phone database until around 1960. , and also take a boat from Taiwan to visit relatives on Yonaguni Island. According to the Ryukyu government-related materials in the Okinawa Prefectural Archives, customs authorities investigated records on Yonaguni Island in December 1965, which stated that what customs officers heard from the police stationed on the island was "(for Yonaguni Island) before the war. The economic relationship with Taiwan is even closer than that of Okinawa.
About half of the residents of Yonaguni Island have lived in Taiwan, and many of the crew of Taiwanese fishing boats are relatives and friends of the residents of Yonaguni Island.” The fishermen of Taiwan and Yonaguni) use small boats to make contact at night, and the purpose should be barter." For example, when Yonaguni established a sister city with Hualien City in 1982, Kazuo Nagahama (deceased), who attended the signing ceremony as the chairman of the town council, was involved in "smuggling". The "prosperous frontier town" of the "prosperous frontier town""
will work together to start the exchange of sister cities. Exchanges with Taiwan have brought prosperity to the island. Not only does this slogan continue to be used at the administrative level, but it is also hoped that the high-speed boat utilization business will be launched on this extension line. Educational exchanges that take root The sister-city relationship with Hualien City has always been a ceremonial exchange of sending visiting groups on commemorative festivals. In fact, this is also positioned as one of the island's future revitalization strategies. In 2008,