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Ojika And Nozaki Island: Bikes, Beaches and Abandoned Islands Close to Nagasaki

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19. February. 2020

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Ojika is an island idyll best explored by bike and with hidden connections to Noto’s history. Part of the Saikai National Park, the Ojika area has a population of just 2500 people, spread across seven of its seventeen islands. The main island of Ojika is a laid-back and unusual town, with small cafes, restored kominka to stay in and beautiful scenery. Nearby, the unin-habited Nozaki island is a perfect day-trip or an unusual overnight-stay. An ideal start for those looking to explore the Goto Islands or a simple mini-break from Kyushu, the Ojika Islands have plenty to explore.

Ojika And Nozaki Island: Bikes, Beaches and Abandoned Islands Close to Nagasaki

contents

  • Explore Ojika By Bike
  • Visit Neighboring Nozaki Island
  • Admire the Former Nokubi Church
  • Spend a Night at the Nozaki Nature School
  • Getting to Nozaki Island
  • Transport on Ojika Island
  • Getting to Ojika Island

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