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Hachijo Visitor Center (八丈ビジターセンター)

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Tourism Information Office

This facility introduces the nature of Hachijojima Island. The visitor center was constructed with the island itself as a motif. Here you can learn about the nature of the island, the origin of the island, the history, the lifestyle and living things. Because there is an approximately 22-hectare large botanical garden next door, many tourists visit both facilities. Aside from the displays, events allowing you to experience nature, such as treks across Mt. Mihara and tide pool exploring, are regularly held.

place

Tokyo Hachijomachi Okago 2843 (Izu Shichito Islands / Ogasawara IslandsArea)

phone 0499624811
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9:00-16:45

Review of Hachijo Visitor Center

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Reviewed:2016/01/09 Great informative spot in the botanical garden
The visitor center is located in the botanical garden. It is strongly recommended to visit during your relaxing walk to learn about flora and fauna on the island. Dont forget to see shiny mushroom...
Reviewed:2020/01/03 楽しい
皆さん親切で色々親切に興味の有ることに答えてくれます。時間によって八丈島紹介のビデオショーもあります。玄関の入り口にある太鼓も叩かせて貰って楽しかったです。
Reviewed:2019/11/20 植物園も
八丈島の自然が分かる展示が沢山あります。
温室の植物園もあり、見応えがありました。
中にカフェもあり、疲れた時にひと休み出来るので、八丈島初めての人にオススメしたいです。

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Address
Tokyo Hachijomachi Okago 2843 [map]
Area
Izu Shichito Islands / Ogasawara IslandsArea
Phone
0499624811
Hours
9:00-16:45
Closed
open everyday
Fees
Free
Parking Lot
Available
Smoking
Other (Smoking space available outside)
Wi-Fi
Not available
Estimated stay time
60-120 minutes
Wheelchair accessible
Available

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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