Traveling around the island you will notice a bright yellow and a little scary-looking sign. It means that the area is where the cattle cross the road during their daily commute to and from the pasture. Japanese cattle raised for producing beef are called wagyu, literally meaning "Japanese cow" and Ojika is one of the wagyu producers. Here you can find cows grazing in the vast green pastures surrounded by the sea looking as happy as a cow can be. The best place to see the gentle giants is the Nagasakibana Pasture.