The Island of Hahajima

Hahajima lies 1,050km south from Tokyo.

The island is a natural world heritage with a pristine natural environment,
surrounded by spectacular blue waters and covered with majestic forests.

Humpback whales travel to the sea of Hahajima to raise their calves in the winter,
while green sea turtles return in the summer to lay their eggs.

The forests are home to many birds that can be found only on Hahajima,
such as the Bonin Honeyeater and Ogasawara Kawarahiwa (endemic greenfinch),

as well as local tree ferns
such as the Maruhachi (Cyathea mertensiana) and Hego (Cyathea spinulosa).

Come and experience Hahajima,
the most distant island in Japan, lying 26 hours away from Tokyo!

Ogsawara MAP

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11/27(Fri.)
Weather Rain
Temperature 25.9°C
Wind direction S
Wind speed 4.2m/s
Sunrise 05:59
Sunset 16:40

The Island of Hahajima


The island is a natural world heritage with a pristine natural environment, surrounded by spectacular blue waters and covered with majestic forests.

Humpback whales travel to the sea of Hahajima to raise their calves in the winter, while green sea turtles return in the summer to lay their eggs. The forests are home to many birds that can be found only on Hahajima, such as the Bonin Honeyeater and Ogasawara Kawarahiwa (endemic greenfinch), as well as local tree ferns such as the Maruhachi (Cyathea mertensiana) and Hego (Cyathea spinulosa).

Come and experience Hahajima, the most distant island in Japan, lying 26 hours away from Tokyo!

Ogasawara MAP