Izu Oshima Island

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Oshima, located 120 kilometers from Tokyo in the Pacific Ocean, is the largest of the Izu Islands. The 758-meter high Mt. Mihara deified by the locals as gojinka-sama features a central cone in the caldera at the summit.
Camellias that produce camellia oil and higher hydocarbons, and women dressed in traditional anko costumes, are long recognized as symbols of Oshima.

Detailed information

Basic information

Address

Oshima-machi

Postal code:100-0101

Contact information

Name:Oshima Tourism Association

Telephone number:04992-2-2177

Fax number:04992-2-1933

Website:Oshima Tourism Association( External link )

Access

From Haneda Airport:New Central Airservice: 25-min. (flight from Chofu Airport)
* ANA has discontinued flights from Haneda Airport to Oshima Island. Please use New Central Airservice.

By train:JR Hamamatsucho Station to Tokyo Takeshiba Terminal (approx. 7-min. walk)
Ships(Tokai Kisen) to Oshima (minimum 1 hr 45 min.)

For

Children | Students | Groups | Couples | Families | Seniors |

Views/scenery

Viewing spots/floors | Beautiful sunrises | Beautiful evening scenery | Beautiful starry skies | Views of the Mt. Fuji | Views of the ocean |

Map information

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