Tucked away down a narrow footpath, very few tourists know about this hidden gem of a beach.
The Amami Islands are located between Kyushu and Okinawa, southwest of Yakushima, and their abundance of beautiful coral and tropical fish make them a destination especially popular with divers and snorkelers. The largest city is Amami, on the main island of Amami Oshima.
TOKYO (NARITA) TO Amami Islands
Things to Do in the Amami Islands
Kasarizaki Lighthouse sits at a scenic spot on the most northern point of the island, known as ‘Yo Misaki’ Cape to the locals.
This park is more than just a pretty spot to take in the sunset – it is also an important historical site.
Take in some local arts and culture at the Amami Park, located just a few minutes from Amami Airport.
The Amami Nature Observation Forest lies in the lush Nagakumo mountains, and is full of fun activities to help you connect with nature.
A secret ‘power spot’ that only appears at low tide, this beautiful heart-shaped tide pool lies on the east coast of Tatsugo Town.
Long-loved by locals, Materiya Waterfall is a great place to relax and swim in the clear waters which tumble from the forests and mountains above.