Hedo no misaki
- Japanese: 辺戸岬 (Hedo no misaki)
Hedo is believed to have been a notable stopping-off point in the progression of southern migration into Okinawa Island in the ancient and medieval periods. Both deities such as Aoriyae and Amamiku and legendary/historical figures such as Minamoto no Tametomo are said to have come into Okinawa from the north via Hedo no misaki.
- Gregory Smits, Maritime Ryukyu, University of Hawaii Press (2019), 32-33, 96-98, 109.