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Chichijima Island (父島(二見港船客待合所))

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"Chichijima Island is a sub-tropical island in the Pacific Ocean that lies approximately 1,000 kilometers south of Tokyo. There are regular sailings to Chichijima Island by the vessel Ogasawara-maru, departing from Takeshiba Pier in Tokyo; the journey takes around 25 and a half hours. Chichijima Island is the largest island in the Ogasawara Islands (also known as the Bonin Islands), which have been designated as a natural World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Visitors can enjoy marine leisure activities such as scuba diving or swimming with wild dolphins in the sea, which is a deep blue color known as ""Bonin Blue,"" or enjoy a range of on-land activities including cycling, star-gazing and eco-tours. Between February and April, visitors can see whales from Weather Station Observatory."

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Tokyo Ogasawarashotouogasawaramura (Izu Shichito Islands / Ogasawara IslandsArea)

phone 0499822587
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[Tourist Association] 8:00-12:00/13:30-17:00
* Free to explore the island

Review of Ogasawaramura Tourist Association

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Reviewed:2020/01/08 出向前の荷物の預かり場所
船のチケット売り場の真横にあります。係員の方はとても親切な人ばかりです。出向前に荷物を有料ですが預かってくれます。宿を早めに追い出されるのでとても助かりました。
Reviewed:2020/01/07 まずここで
初めて小笠原に着いた人は、こちらでアクティビティの一覧やバスの時刻表などをもらうのに、大変いい場所にあると感じられると思います。
ここは港ですから!
Reviewed:2019/08/15 小笠原滞在パスポートがもらえます
小笠原滞在パスポートは島中にあるスタンプを押すための冊子。記念になるので、到着したらもらいに行くといいと思います。

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Address
Tokyo Ogasawarashotouogasawaramura [map]
Area
Izu Shichito Islands / Ogasawara IslandsArea
Phone
0499822587
Hours
[Tourist Association] 8:00-12:00/13:30-17:00
* Free to explore the island
Closed
open everyday
Fees
Free
Parking Lot
Available
Credit Card
Not available
Note
* Telephone is connected to Ogasawara Village Tourism Association.

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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