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Akasaki Boardwalk (赤崎遊歩道)

A 15-minute drive from Kozushima Port. This wooden walkway is located a short distance west along the road from the island's northernmost tip. Along its 500-meter-long length, you can take in views not only of the area's deep-blue sea but also the Izu Islands and other islands, and even Mt. Fuji. A shop (only open in the summer) is located nearby and there are steps along the walkway which extend down to the sea, making it possible to use the inlet along which the walkway is built for swimming. There's also a diving platform! The walkway is also a popular destination to take photos of the area's star-filled skies at night.

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Tokyo Kozushima Mura Kobe Yama 1 (Izu Shichito Islands / Ogasawara IslandsArea)

phone 0499280011

Review of Akasaki Boardwalk

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Reviewed:2016/03/20 Totally worth the trip
We went on a rainy and windy day, completely out of season. The place was, as expected, dead, but it is so easy to imagine what this place is like in summer. The wooden structures are well build, and...
Reviewed:2015/05/25 Fun place to visit
Kozushima is an excellent place to visit. Especially the Akasaki jumping spot is so much fun. The site is perfect for snorkelling and diving as well. It gives a broad view of the breathtaking ocean...
Reviewed:2020/04/01 朝がおすすめ
人が少ないので思う存分飛び込めます笑。午後再訪すると人が多すぎでしたが、それはそれで楽しめます。駐車場やシャワーも完備もされています。

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Tokyo Kozushima Mura Kobe Yama 1 [map]
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Izu Shichito Islands / Ogasawara IslandsArea
Phone
0499280011
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