Tokashiki-son Village

Tokashiki Village

Tokashiki-son Village includes more than ten islands, such Tokashiki Island, Mae Island, Kuro Island, and Keise Island (Chibishi atoll). The biggest one is Tokashiki Island, to which it takes 35 minutes by passenger speedboat or one hour by regular ferry from Okinawa Main Island (Tomari Port). Most parts of the island are covered with forests, where rare species such as Ryukyu Black-breasted Leaf Turtle and Spotted Ground Gecko inhabit. Tokashiki-son Village provides you with a great view of cliffs and the shrubby vegetation of a windswept site. The village is surrounded by colorful coral reefs and the crystal clear sea, where people enjoy marine sports, such as scuba diving and skin diving (snorkel). Furthermore, Chibishi atoll is a key area as a breeding ground for tern.

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This recreational ground is located in the southernmost part of Tokashiki Island, being provided with a sidewalks and a view deck.
From this recreational ground, you can enjoy a view of a beautiful white coral sand beach as well as the transparent sea.
Teruyama Recreational Ground
This recreational ground is provided with a sidewalks and a view deck, where you can enjoy the panoramic scenery of the sea around Tokashiki Island, Tokashiku Beach, and Aharen Beach.
Commemorating the Okinawa's reversion to Japanese administration on 15 May 1972, this facility was built on Tokashiki Island as a symbol of peaceful use of old US military bases.
Hanari Island
Hanari Island is located in the East China Sea, and belongs to the Kerama Archipeligo in the Okinawa Archipeligo. The area is about .0917 square km.
Aharen Beach
In the south of Aharen Village there is Aharen Beach, and it is surrounded by a lot of mysterious stones and rocks which were formed by wind and rain.
Tokashiku Beach
Tokashiku Beach can be found roughly in the center of the western part of Tokashiki Island. It is a great spot for those wishing to spend time leisurely in a fairly quiet environment.
A Sabani Boat Berthing at the Harbor
A Sabani Boat Berthing at the Harbor Tokashiki Island floats on the East China Sea, 32 km west of Naha.
Coral Fences Remain
Coral Fences Remain on the Island Tokashiki Island has a tragic history of war that burned the entire island, including houses and mountains, wherein 329 inhabitants committed mass suicide.