At 257m this cliff boasts stunning views of the sea and the Oki Island coastline.
This coastline is one of the more famous sights of Oki, and can be explored on land
or from the sea.
The “Bridge to Heaven” is best viewed from the rocky shore.
Sunflowers cover this lookout from June – September. Views of Nishinoshima are amazing from here.
Visitors can enjoy spectacular views of the Kuniga coastline and stunning sunsets from here. Horses and cows graze peacefully in the surrounding farmland.
6km course along the Kuniga Coastline, starting and ending at either Matengai or Kuniga Coast. This course is listed in the Top 100 walking courses in Japan.
This historic shrine is home to the god of fishing and the sea guardian. During spring the cherry blossoms are beautiful. Every winter many squid come into the harbor “Ikayosenohama” (Squid Calling Harbor) adjacent to the shrine.
This historic shrine is located in a cave at the top of Mt. Takuhi. Enjoy a short hike through the forest to the shrine. Spectacular views of the island can be seen from here.
Kato-san and his wife run this pottery school and café. Lessons are available. Takuhi Pottery is for sale here.
Here you can learn about the history and culture of Nishinoshima.
This canal was built in 1915, allowing boats to travel from the inner harbor to the ocean.
Information kindly provided by the Nishinoshima Tourist Association.
If you have any questions about sightseeing in Nishinoshima, please contact the Nishinoshima Tourism Association
08514-7-8888 or email@example.com
If you have any questions about sightseeing in Ama, please contact the Ama Tourism Association 08514-2-0101.